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No More Boring Oatmeal!

20 Ways to Turn Ordinary Oats into Something Special

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ELRIDDICK
3/9/2018 5:40:32 AM

Thanks for sharing
TRIMNUP
3/5/2018 7:56:48 PM

For breakfast; I use Quick Oats, a dash of sea salt, ground cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice. Sometimes, I add juice from half of my halo mandarin orange. Sometimes, I add 1T raisins.
3/5/2018 10:02:39 AM

HOLLYM48's SparkPage
Great article
3/5/2018 8:22:03 AM

MBPP50's SparkPage
Great!
3/5/2018 12:07:21 AM

CHERIRIDDELL's SparkPage
interesting
TWOTONTESEE
3/4/2018 8:19:55 PM

I make overnight oatmeal 3 times a week. Put in different fruit each time. Love it!
3/4/2018 7:46:58 PM

CHRIS3874's SparkPage
I've eaten rolled oats COLD with milk for years.
3/4/2018 1:41:56 PM

RHVICK's SparkPage
Somehow I've never seen this article before. I love oatmeal and there's some really great new ideas for me to try. Thanks!
3/4/2018 12:16:57 PM

GETULLY's SparkPage
I love thick cut and Dearly Beloved eats steel cut oats.
3/4/2018 10:14:39 AM

ELIZACG9's SparkPage
I do eat it everyday. Mostly steel cut.
3/4/2018 9:55:43 AM

AALLEY2's SparkPage
I love oatmeal! Great ideas here that I also have used to add more fiber and variety to my bowl.
3/4/2018 9:24:45 AM

LBEACH742's SparkPage
Oatmeal is the only cereal that doesn't leave me hungry in an hour or so. I always forgo the sugar and add dried fruit to the cooking water to plump them and spread the natural sugar through the water. Adding slivered almonds or chopped walnuts makes it extra hearty! When making meusli, I usually use yogurt for the dairy. It makes it extra thick and creamy.
3/4/2018 7:51:16 AM

JANET552's SparkPage
Lots of great ideas.
ETHELMERZ
10/21/2017 4:37:09 AM

Eating oatmeal for years, but always feel hungry two hours before lunch time. Always..... we made the serving size bigger.
8/26/2017 10:37:51 AM

ABMOVING's SparkPage
Good suggestions

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