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Chocolate Oatmeal

Chocolate Oatmeal created by Geema

Yep...chocolate for breakfast. I created this recipe trying to get my grandkids to eat their oatmeal. Now it's my favorite way to fix this healthy start breakfast. I use my rice cooker to make oatmeal...fast and easy!

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  • Place all ingredients in rice cooker and turn on.
  • Serve with maple syrup, brown sugar or sweetner of your choice, along with some milk if desired.
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"Yep...chocolate for breakfast. I created this recipe trying to get my grandkids to eat their oatmeal. Now it's my favorite way to fix this healthy start breakfast. I use my rice cooker to make oatmeal...fast and easy!"
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  1. Ransomed by Fire
    I made this in the microwave, scaled down to one serving. I used milk instead of water, omitted the blueberries and salt, and concocted my own "cocoa powder" using 1 tsp. cocoa and 2 tsp. sugar. (I would not recommend using straight cocoa in this recipe.) After tasting it, I added about a tablespoon more sugar. It was just a little bit more chocolatey than I'd like, being a milk chocolate person. So, next time, I'll try using 1/2 tsp. cocoa and 2 tsp. sugar. In the future, I am also considering tinkering with the addition of bananas OR just a little bit of orange juice, but not together.
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  2. Ransomed by Fire
    I made this in the microwave, scaled down to one serving. I used milk instead of water, omitted the blueberries and salt, and concocted my own "cocoa powder" using 1 tsp. cocoa and 2 tsp. sugar. (I would not recommend using straight cocoa in this recipe.) After tasting it, I added about a tablespoon more sugar. It was just a little bit more chocolatey than I'd like, being a milk chocolate person. So, next time, I'll try using 1/2 tsp. cocoa and 2 tsp. sugar. In the future, I am also considering tinkering with the addition of bananas OR just a little bit of orange juice, but not together.
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  3. Bobbiann
    This was really good! I substituted milk for 1/2 the water and served it with maple syrup and additional milk.
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  4. Bobbiann
    This was really good! I substituted milk for 1/2 the water and served it with maple syrup and additional milk.
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  5. Cooking Mom of 7
    My kids really liked this (except for my 5 year old picky boy who doesn't like anything good for him) My daughter who refused to eat oatmeal in the past loved it. I'm not crazy about the chocolate part but they are eating a hot breakfast.....I may slowly cut down on the amount of chocolate. I used 1 tablespoon cocoa and 1 tablespoon homemade hot cocoa mix.
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