Baked Applesauce Oatmeal

"Comfort food!! If you are a lover of oatmeal, try this wonderful dish! A good breakfast item and very satisfying. An easy fix-ahead dish with leftovers warmed in the microwave."
Baked Applesauce Oatmeal created by Seasoned Cook
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  • Mix all wet ingredients and combine with dry ingredients. If raisins are use, plump by letting raisins sit in warm water for 10 minutes. May add more cinnamon to taste.
  • Pour into greased 9 x 9 inch baking dish. Place in refrigerator overnight for oatmeal to dissolve into liquid.
  • Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes.
  • Top with brown sugar and milk when served.
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"<p>Thanks for taking the time to stop by My Page! I am married to a quiet, but fun loving guy who cleans up the kitchen!! I have grandchildren who I adore. I am retired from being a paralegal and a real estate agent. I have also been a substitute teacher for the elementary grades in the public school system. All of my recipes are the tried and true type. Many of them have come from my 48 years of cooking, my mother's recipe box or other relatives. I like Taste of Home magazine and I am a big fan of foodnetworkTV. I am a southern girl and enjoy comfort foods!!! I am a big cookbook collector and have been for years. I enjoy baking desserts most of all. I also enjoy games on my laptop, growing flowers, lunches with friends, babysitting grandchildren, photography and traveling. Since life is so short I try to count my blessings each day and give to the less fortunate. I had gotten into a rut on what to cook. Therefore, I am so happy I found the Recipezaar site. Pet Peeve: People with a negative attitude. MY RATING SYSTEM: 5 stars - Excellent in taste. May have minor change. 4 stars - Adjustment in ingredients for flavor. 3 stars - Fair, but not sure whether I would repeat. 2 and 1 stars - I do NOT give. Zaar EVENTS IN WHICH I PARTICIPATED: Aus/NZ Swaps #15,#16 April, May 2008 Aus/NZ Swaps #20#21#22 Sept Oct Nov 2008</p>"

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  1. PaulaG
    I try to have oatmeal a couple of times a week and the quickest way is to bake it and then warm it in the microwave. The brown sugar was reduced to 1/3 cup and the butter to 2 tablespoons. Old fashioned oats was used. The end product was a little dry but nothing that a splash of milk didn't fix. Made for the Diabetic Forum and *Heart Healthy Eating*
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  3. internetnut
    I gave this recipe 3 stars. This was good. I made it for breakfast. I cut the recipe half. My 5 yr old newphew did not like this with milk but decided later he liked it as a breakfast bar to snack on. My 7 yr old niece and I did. Neither my niece or newphew cared for the raisins I did add about 1/4 cup to my recipe. I made a few other changes to the recipe. I used Splenda brown sugar, Log Cabin sugar free maple syrup, natural applesauce. Overall this was good and I'll make it again. Thanks for posting a good recipe. Christine (internetnut)
  4. ElizaJam123
    A really wonderful breakfast; such a nice change from the usual oatmeal. Made this for my family on the w/e and they loved it!!! Only changes were to reduce brown sugar to 1/4 cup and leave out the maple syrup, also no raisins...came out perfect, since I served it with syrup on the side. P.S. Makes GREAT leftovers, reheated! Thanks!
  5. UKfoody TONI
    We had this for desert with custard last night. My kids loved it and my DH had second helpings. we want to try it with ice cream next time. I prepared it in the morning and left it in the fridge all day and i found the recipe very easy. thanks for a great recipe.

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