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post #46 of (permalink) Old 01-16-2012, 02:48 PM
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I buy Irish Oatmeal that you can microwave and I add sliced banana before I nuke it. Makes it very nice and sweet.

If I'm going all out I will put a couple of spoonfuls of plain yoghurt on top, followed by a sprinkling of granola. Takes it to a whole new level

Also may add a bit of maple syrup, cinnamon or some blueberries.
Where do you plug in your microwave?
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I buy Irish Oatmeal that you can microwave and I add sliced banana before I nuke it. Makes it very nice and sweet.

If I'm going all out I will put a couple of spoonfuls of plain yoghurt on top, followed by a sprinkling of granola. Takes it to a whole new level

Also may add a bit of maple syrup, cinnamon or some blueberries.
Where do you plug in your microwave?
Auxillary port in the car. We're adding sliced banana now too. It's good. Oatmeal must be something you get used to with age. I'm ok with it now. we've made our peace lol
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Try garlic powder, cayenne and soy sauce...on basmati rice. Much tastier than oatmeal.
Hmm I'll try risking those ingredients on a thinner version of my oatmeal (congee style) and see what it's like.
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post #49 of (permalink) Old 02-13-2012, 07:34 PM
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Instead of cooking the oatmeal in water I generally use milk, then add in raisins and cinnamon. After it's ready I add about 1 tbsp of brown sugar. Yum!
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I put together a mix of instant rolled oats, chia seeds and hemp hearts ahead of time and put them in a little plastic baggy. Then at camp, I add the water and mix in chocolate whey protein powder and powdered peanut butter, both from Bulk Barn. To make clean up easy, we just open the bags inside our bowls and pour the hot water into the bag, that way we can just rince the bag and pack it out and not have to do any dishes other than our spoons
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