20 Ways to Turn Ordinary Oats into Something Great
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Fitness Minutes: (25,506) Posts: 555 1/18/13 5:25 A
I have a very unique oatmeal idea that I brought up on my Dec17th blog. Enjoy!!
Edited by: KONRAD695 at: 1/18/2013 (13:12)
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Posts: 2,704 1/17/13 6:52 P
Dee I'm with you on the chunks of fruit. Nuts yes, fruit not so much. And pumpkin pie oatmeal is good. Different but good.
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Posts: 122 1/17/13 8:53 A
Mmmmmm.... oatmeal. I tossed a sliced link of breakfast sausage into mine the other morning- something so delicious about the savory combined with sweet- to boost the protein and still under 250 calories! I eat breakfast at my desk but cook at home, so my food sits for a bit before I can eat it. I just microwave old fashioned oats for about 4 minutes and pop into a lidded container- 1/2 hour later they're delicious, if you like a firmer, chewy texture (I do).
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Posts: 2,038 1/16/13 8:29 P
Love the Pumpkin Pie Oatmeal idea! I pumpkin pie!! I can't do fruit chunks in oatmeal idk why.
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Posts: 593 1/16/13 2:07 P
I love oatmeal and these are great ideas to add on the yum!
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