"If you already think oatmeal is good, this recipe makes it even better! I eat this every morning! Yum!" — MSHEPHE1
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I actually find this too filling, so use 1/3 cup oatmeal and 3/4 cup water. As others suggested, I substituted ground flax seed for the oil. I also left out the honey. I didn't have soy milk, so added some cottage cheese and about 1/4 cup berries. I have had this for 5 days in a row and think I could and will eat it every day for breakfast. EDIT: I first reviewed this 10 months ago and I am still eatin it at least 4-5X a week. It is healthy and fills me up so I'm never snack through the mornings. UPDATE: It's been 2 years and I still eat this at least 4-5X a week, with a big spoon of cinnamon mixed in.
This was very bland. I tried adding cinnamon and nutmeg, but it didn't seem to help. Won't make this again.
Great recipe - I added some cinnamon, nutmeg, and a dash of vanilla extract. Instead of topping it with soy milk, I topped it with a huge spoonful of fat free honey flavored organic greek yogurt. This was very filling and very healthy.
This is a good base recipe, but I have had to make some changes to suit my personal tastes. My biggest problem is the flaxseed oil... it does not combine well and looks oily. Not very appetizing. So I used ground flaxseed. I also use skim milk instead of soy, since I don't like soy. Otherwise, this is certainly a good way to make oatmeal even healthier!
Excellent easy fast breakfast. Tasty way to get beneficial flaxseed oil. I added 1 Tablespoon of dried fruit bits and used vanilla soy milk. This recipe is good AND good for you too!
I tried this recipe for the first time yesterday and liked it so much I had it again for breakfast this morning. This breakfast is suprisingly filling. A big plus to this recipe is that it is quick to make and it's easy to clean up afterward. It's healthy too.
This was good. I used ground organic flaxseed sprinkled on top after cooking the oatmeal, and organic agave in place of the honey.
I am always trying to eat more oatmeal because of the health benefits. This recipe makes me want to eat it in the morning! I always add a dash of cinnamon for my liking. MMMMM!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 318
** Calories from Fat: 83
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