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1/14/09 5:49 P

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So glad I could help.

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1/14/09 12:32 A

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Thank you so much, Dore! I'll have to try it; it sounds so delicious.
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1/13/09 2:16 P

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Here is my best guess about the smaller portions.

1 1/2 cups juice
3/4 c sugar
1 Tbsp pumpkin pie spice.

Hope this helps.

Just checked there are 3 1/2 cups of prepared pumpkin in a can. Hope that this helped.

Dore

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1/13/09 1:34 A

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YUM!
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I'm trying to figure out how to divide this if I used a can of pumpkin.

Nanna2 One, as a guess/rough estimate, about how many cups of pumpkin do you typically get from two medium pumpkins?

Thanks,
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1/12/09 8:16 P

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Right at the top of this I have to say that I don't often "measure" things. I will do my best to put this down as I did it.

2 med. pumpkins.
1 qt. white grape juice or apple juice
1 1/2 c sugar
2 Tbsp pumpkin pie spice

Split and de-seed pumpkins. Quarter and bake for 1 hr in 350 oven. Let cool till able to touch. Peel and cut pumpkin into med. chunks. Put in a dutch oven. Pour juice over top and cook over low until most of the moisture is gone. 3 to 5 hrs. Add sugar and pie spice to mixture. Cook for 1 hr. longer. Put into sterilize pt jars and refrigerate. Makes 4 pts.

Using smaller portions a can of pumpkin can be used, not pumpkin pie filling. Slenda can be used instead of sugar, add until sweet enough for you.

I don't have the nutritional information. Sorry

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1/11/09 5:46 P

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Pam, I don't cook much and was just looking at this recipe just to see what was in it, but it looks incredibly easy and delicious. I'll have to try it!
Thanks!

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1/11/09 4:32 P

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Easy Fruit & Flavor Oatmeal Cereal Muffins

Want your oatmeal cereal "to go"? This easy, versatile recipe lets you mix your favorite flavored oatmeal with oat bran and dried fruit for a dense, filling, and tasty oat muffin.

Ingredients:
- Nonstick cooking spray
- 1 box of flavored instant oatmeal packets (12.3 oz)
- 16 ounces of oat bran (1 box Hodgson Mill Oat Bran hot cereal works great)
- 4 ounces of dried fruit (raisins, cranberries, etc.)
- 5 ½ cups of BOILING water
- Optional: sugar or Splenda

Directions:
1) Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
2) Spray 2 12-count cupcake/muffin pans with nonstick cooking spray (DO NOT use cupcake liners! Muffins will stick to the liners.)
3) Combine cereal packets, oat bran, and dried fruit in a large bowl.
4) Add boiling water. Stir until mixed and the batter starts to thicken.
5) Spoon batter evenly into the cupcake/muffin pans.
6) OPTIONAL: Sprinkle sugar or Splenda on top of muffins. (Worth the few extra calories in my opinion.)
7) Bake for 25 minutes.
8) Cool for 10 minutes. Use a butter knife to loosen muffins around the edges before removing from the pan.

Makes 24 muffins.

Storage:
Store in the refrigerator or freezer within 24 hours. I store half in the refrigerator and half in the freezer.

Combo Suggestions:
- Quaker Oats Strawberries & Cream instant oatmeal plus diced dried pineapple (my favorite)
- Apple & Cinnamon instant oatmeal plus raisins
- Quaker Oats Weight Control Banana Bread Instant Oatmeal plus dried cranberries and a mashed banana
- Whatever you like!

Dietary Information Amount Per Serving:
Serving size = 1 muffin
Calories = 125
Total Fat = 2.5 g
Cholesterol = 0 mg
Sodium = 79 mg
Total Carbohydrates = 26 g
Sugar = 9 g
Total Fiber = 4 g
Soluble Fiber = 2 g
Protein = 4 g
(Dietary Information based on Quaker Oats Strawberries & Cream instant oatmeal, Hodgson Mill Oat Bran Hot Cereal, and 4.25 oz dried sweetened cranberries. Optional sugar on top is extra—typically 5 calories with white sugar.)


Edited by: EX-WIMPIE at: 1/11/2009 (16:41)
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1/11/09 9:40 A

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Sounds like an awesome idea. Can we make sure we put info like calories or points wih them? Marcie

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1/11/09 4:23 A

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Thank you Kathy! That is a great idea!


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Edited by: BKP4166 at: 1/11/2009 (02:37)
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