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Fantastic! I added wheat flakes and some frozen berries as well. I really enjoy it as a dessert and breakfast.

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jessieng August 26, 2003

I just tried this for breakfast. It was wonderful!! It wasn't what I expected, but then, I don't know what I quite expected. I like oatmeal but I get tired of the "same old thing" This is delightfully different and it lends itself to endless possibilities - different flavors of yogurt, different spices, etc. Thank you for a great new way to enjoy breakfast. I will be making this a lot more.

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Bonnie / Shortie Rishling August 08, 2003

I'm loving this. I don't use the cinnamon or nuts, but I think that it would probably taste great with those as well.

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Kate Cooks June 20, 2012

Unexpected and yummy. I made it twice- once using strawberries, once blueberries. I like it using more yogurt than oatmeal. Thanks for a great recipe I would have never thought of myself!

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Island Girl 525 May 30, 2010

Fantastic breakfast. I used mixed dried fruit, whole almonds, ground flax, and added more cinnamon. Also, because it was so thick in the morning, I added some 1% milk to make it creamy. Definitely something I will be making again, thanks!

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haven't the slightest January 15, 2010

Very good - tastes better than it looks. I've made this almost every morning for the past week and a half and really enjoy it. I make just one serving and have used several different flavours of yogurt (love them all so far) and usually use more than 1/4 cup of fruit. Using old fashioned or steel cut oats definetly makes this not too soggy (hubby tried it with instant - not as good). Thanks for posting yogabead

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bud's mom August 10, 2009

This is one of those "I can't believe I didn't think of this!" recipies. I usually cut the recipe by 1/4 right in a container I can take to work. I've been using apples but, now that berries are in season, have some new optons. Thanks for posting!

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LaJuneBug May 10, 2009

I love the flavors in this, but like a couple of the others I had trouble with the texture. I find that if I let it sit for 30 minutes to an hour, the texture is much better for my tastes. It's also great with a spoonful of fruit preserves.

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Kim_150 July 12, 2008

I loved the creamy texture of this oatmeal. I used my own homemade yogurt which is way less tangy than store bought. Also used 2 diced peach slices, 3 pecan halves chopped and a packet of splenda. A very satisfying, filling and healthy breakfast and one I will make again and again. Made this for one. So easy to put together the night before and have breakfast ready in the morning. I do not see why (other than nutritional value) that instant oatmeal could not be used.

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Miss Annie in Indy March 06, 2008

I really like the ease of this. It makes for such a quick and easy breakfast the next morning and doesn't taste bad either! It's a nice change of pace from hot oatmeal and a different flavor sensation altogether. My kids and DH like this, too.

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patsyzettle November 15, 2007
Summer Oatmeal