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A lovely filling brekky with that lovely hinto of vanilla, I topped with parline pecans & vanilla yoghurt, thanks CD!
Oh my.....ANOTHER winner from Scoutie! You don't want to miss this breakfast delight. It smelled so good I could hardly wait to eat it. It absolutely is like eating an oatmeal cookie and a lot easier to make. Thanks for sharing this, Scoutie!!!!!
I made this last friday and forgot to rate it. My 11 yr old inhaled his oatmeal. My 3 & 5 yr olds ate about half. This was so easy to make and smells wonderful. I did have to cut the recipe in half I didn't have enough oats to make the full amount. I will be making this again for sure. Thanks so much for posting!
I made this in the microwave for a quick breakfast this morning. I was all out of walnuts, so I used toasted chopped pecans and I don't do the 'milk on top' thing (my DH does, but not me) so I omitted that part. I didn't really appreciate the nutmeg in this one - so would probably skip that the next time. Used golden raisins and enjoyed the brown sugar - it did remind me of oatmeal cookies. Made for Photo Tag.
Well, this was served to just 2 of us, who devoured it with no trouble at all! I actually uped the amount of raisins to a rounded 3/4 cup, & the cinnamon to 1/4 teaspoon (LOVE 'em both!) & breasfast was WONDERFUL! Thanks for sharing a great recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for my 'raisin' theme in the current My-3-Chefs event]
Very nice oatmeal. I think that the cinnamon could be a lot stronger but thats just me. For the sugar I used Sugar Twin Brown and reduced the amount of raisins to 6 to trim back the sugars. I made a single serving using 1/4 cup of oats. All in all quite tasty and will surely make it again.
I was looking for a way to jazz up my morning oatmeal and this is it!! I just made this today and it was a great change. Adding the walnuts makes it an excellent way to incorporate some protin too. My two and a half year old loves it as well. Thanks for the needed change!