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Old 02-03-2014, 06:39 AM   #11
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Thanks Chief, but I was going for no-brain breakfasts. You know, cook the oatmeal and add something to it...

I cook up lots of steelcut oats for breakfast.
When I get bored with my normal teaspoon of maple syrup I change it up with a spoon of Polaner sugar free jam with fiber, the orange marmalade tastes great swirled into the hot oatmeal. A few nuts sprinkled on top is also a nice change or a big dollop of yogurt with fruit.

Think sundae and swap out the ice cream for oatmeal!
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Old 02-05-2014, 10:43 AM   #12
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I only eat my oatmeal as "savory" with S&P, a dab of butter. I often cook it in "mushroom broth" (saved from soaking dried mushrooms). I will add miso to the cooking water. I have also used stock when cooking. I do grits with a bit of grated cheese, S&P, a dab of butter.
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DW likes Greek yoghurt,oatmeal and chopped pecans.
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This is so great! I tried to eat oatmeal for breakfast before but quickly grew bored of it. thanks for the ideas :D I was thinking of treating it with toppings like pasta? cook the oatmeal with chicken/beef stock then add cheese, then some blanched veggies? I hope that works!
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I add spinach/kale/swiss chard to my oatmeal, top with a poached egg. I will also pour hot sauce over the oatmeal and egg.
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Where's the breakfast forum??

I don't do sweets very often, especially not in the morning! I've turned into a huge fan of this quick and simple savory breakfast if I don't have any steel cut oats made. (I may or may not have had this for dinner a time or two as well.)

1/2 old-fashioned oats
1 c water
1 t soy sauce
a few grates off a fresh hunk of parmesan

Nuke for a couple minutes.

Top w/ a poached egg. Or two.
But won't it taste odd with Lyle's golden syrup and raisins on top?

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