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JENMC14 Posts: 2,707
9/10/12 12:11 P

I've never had it, but I'd assume you could treat it like you would oatmeal or grits or cream of wheat. Add some brown sugar and cinnamon. Add some maple syrup, fruits, seeds and/or nuts. I also like cheese grits, so perhaps that would work here. I sometimes add jam to my oatmeal, and I have played with more savory flavors by adding turkey sausage crumbles in it (with some raspberry jelly or syrup) as well. I also add Greek yogurt to my oatmeal often to get in some more protein. You could add cocoa powder. I've made oatmeal using chai tea after reading somewhere about someone who used chai tea concentrate instead of milk/water. You could probably do just about anything! I've even made my kids S'mores oatmeal before! Obviously not the healthiest choice, but just showing you that you can get creative with it.

Edited by: JENMC14 at: 9/10/2012 (12:13)
EVILPASSION Posts: 85
9/10/12 6:59 A

anyone know a way to spark up this stuff?

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