Recipe by brookelyn
"Breakfasts have always been a challenge for me, so I created this recipe as a quick and portable way to have healthy breakfasts all week. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Feel free to experiment with different dried fruits and flavorings to your taste. I imagine that adding quinoa, hemp protein, flax seed or other nutritional supplements would taste great."
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ripe bananas, mashed
raisins, or more to taste
This bakes up like a cake! I wasn't sure how to serve this. Like pancakes with butter and syrup or fancy with whipped cream! I decided on just plain, this time! When still warm, this has an overwhelming banana taste, but when cool, the flavors blend. Either warm or cold, this tastes good. It is a cake with the ease of cutting into, but the texture isn't light and fluffy like most cakes! I will be making this again!
Took 75 minutes before it was "dry" enough to cut properly. It was still quite oatmeal like - I wouldn't describe it as like a cake as other reviewers have. Overall it tasted just like baked steel cut oats with some spices - nice, but not sure it's worth the extra time :)
We love this. I do like to add more moisture (bananas, applesauce) for our taste. This morning's variation substituted pumpkin for the bananas, craisins for raisins, a teaspoon of cardamon for one of cinnamon, and included chopped almonds--yum!
I used whole milk because that's all we had, but we all loved it!
I know its weird but add 1/4 lb of diced country ham and a handful of dry roasted peanuts and maybe a little more salt. Cook it a bit longer too. Savory and sweet is a great combination.
This is very filling, but I needed to add sugar.
Just OK. Not much flavor.
This is fabulous!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Healthy Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 36
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