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Old 08-28-2013, 11:48 AM   #1
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Fruity Oaty breakfast

You could use this for a dessert too I suppose but I have this for breakfast . Is just natural fat free yogurt with gluten free porridge oats and fresh fruit . Mix the oats with the yogurt and leave overnight, it will be thick in the morning . mix in and top with fruit . I used strawberries, blueberries and pomegranate here plus a little sprinkling of crushed gluten free cereal flakes for crunch . It's around 275 calories and very filling !

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Old 08-28-2013, 12:53 PM   #2
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Did you cook the oats before adding them? Do you think it would work with steal cut oats?
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No I didn't cook the oats, they just absorb the yogurt . I don't know much about steel cut oats but I think I have seen the same thing done with them , worth a try ?
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What a good idea, GQ! I like the "chew" of oatmeal.
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You could use this for a dessert too I suppose but I have this for breakfast . Is just natural fat free yogurt with gluten free porridge oats and fresh fruit . Mix the oats with the yogurt and leave overnight, it will be thick in the morning . mix in and top with fruit . I used strawberries, blueberries and pomegranate here plus a little sprinkling of crushed gluten free cereal flakes for crunch . It's around 275 calories and very filling !
I do something very much like this myself for breakfasts! Rather than oats, I use the little chia seeds, about 2 tablespoons - they swell up as well, make a lovely and thick breakfast with the yogurt. And some sunflower seeds get added too (lots of good variations.)

I will have to try the gf oatmeal next!
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