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Great, simple, healthy breakfast. I only had sweetened vanilla yogurt, so I just put a little drizzle of honey on top of each serving. I loved the zing from the nutmeg.This was a really nice satisfying breakfast. Not too heavy, not too light or sweet. Thanks for sharing the keeper recipe!

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Lucky in Bayview December 26, 2014

Very good! DH and I liked it and we both had seconds. I used the usual size grater.

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Cookie in Ontario January 04, 2011

Healthy and yummy! I omitted the oat bran as I didn't have any. I used a Balkan (thick) yogurt, Fuji apple, anjou pear, sliced blanched almonds, dark raisins, local honey, the cinnamon and rather than nutmeg, less allspice as we don't consume intoxicants. I would make this again.

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UmmBinat April 21, 2010

I hate cooked oatmeal since it tastes like paste! This way I will eat oatmeal and reap all the benefits from it.

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Chef John in Lakewood, California March 13, 2008

Really yummy. I cut the recipe into a pretty small portion for a snack, so I only chilled it for 10 min. I used low carb vanilla yogurt & since I just love bananas, I used that for my fruit & didn't use any nuts since I didn't have any! The honey was great & the cinn, too. I really enjoyed this!

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LUVMY2BOYS November 07, 2007

Nice quick breakfast. I obviously didn't put enough yogurt in though because it completely dried out while it was standing for the 30 minutes. I added extra milk when i put the fruit in and it came out fine. Thanks for the recipe!

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Ginger Rose October 09, 2007

This was fantastic! I love oatmeal in the colder months and now I can get my oatmeal in the warmer months, too! I just took a 6 oz. container of vanilla yogurt and added in 1/4 quick oats and put it in the fridge for 30 minutes and then added 1/2 a grated apple, 20 raisins, a drizzle of honey and a couple shakes of cinnamon and nutmeg. I will be eating this often. Can't wait to try it just as the recipe states. Will have to buy some oat bran, pears, and plain yogurt. Fabulous recipe! Thank you!

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MaMa's Apprentice May 08, 2007

This was so delicious, I just had to have seconds. I think the apple and pear definteley complimented each other in this recipe. I doubled the portions so the recipe can last a little bit longer.

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Studentchef December 10, 2006

I had made muesli overnight before and disliked the pasty texture. I decided to try your quicker way and I love it. I've had it two days in a row. I added some fresh raspberries and omitted the nutmeg. I love the Premium plain yogurt by Dannon in it. Roxygirl

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Roxygirl in Colorado June 08, 2006

This is the best cold oatmeal/musli I have tried yet. I loved that the yogurt used was plain, as the other ingredients such as the pear, apple and cinnamon got to shine though. My yogurt was fat-free, I julienned my pear and grated my apple. I found the serving size to be perfect. This will definitely go into my summer breakfast rotation!!!!

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LUv 2 BaKE June 02, 2006
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