this recipe comes courtesy of one the american girls cookbooks. specifically it comes from the kirsten one and so is swedish themed. several of these recipes from all of the books are all time favorites of mine so i will post them here. rice porridge, kn
in the winter, kentucky weather can get really cold without any notice. sometimes, it's rolling out of bed on one of those cold mornings is just not what you want to do. but the thought of whipping up a batch of this oatmeal for yourself (or making enou
yummy! this is very close to what you get at chevy's or chi-chi's. this is like a very moist cornbread flecked with corn kernels. comes together in a snap and makes a great side. guaranteed kid pleaser! this dish should be served hot or warm, and reh
my friend's hubby goes to pebble beach to play golf once in a while. she really loved the granola the restaurant served and asked for the recipe. to her surprise, they sent her that recipe and it is really good. you could add dried cranberries or raisin
from "the swiss cookbook". the author says that it is supposed to be served as a breakfast or supper--not dessert--and that it "is a throwback to the old swiss country habit of eating a cereal gruel with fruit and milk for supper because these were the
i read the recipie for this in a crock pot, but mine is rather large and i only wanted to make 1 serving. my mom has been cooking whole wheat "wheat berries" in a thermos overnight, so i tried the steel cut oats, turned out perfect, so easy! i will define
this is good served with milk and a sprinkle of sweetener of your choice(sugar, brown sugar, or honey). wonderful on a cold morning.
a healthy no cook breakfast parfait that is mixed up in the evening and in the morning layered with fresh berries.
i am always looking for new ways to brighten my daily bowl of oatmeal. this is my latest pairing of dried fruits to create a healthy and satisfying start to the day. feel free to replace the dried milk with regular and to use less water as i tend to like
from woman's day 5/07. want to try this one. would be good for a brunch if you've got overnight guests - this cooks for 8 hours on low.
this is a name that isn't really known on these shores, although there may be a small group or two of people of scottish descent who use it. it is an anglicized version of an old gaelic (scottish) word for curd. a crowdie was a porridge (or pudding) and w
when i discovered how few recipes representing oman were on the site, i went searching. the na/me forum will be spending january 2013 exploring the country & here is my culinary contribution. **2 of 3 people loved this! it took awhile for it all to co
choose old fashioned oats, not instant for the most fiber and nutrients. adapted from rachael ray's yum-o family cookbook.
this is a combination that i came up with, based loosely on a nigella lawson one, when i was diagnosed as lactose intolerant. this is one i adore, i eat this every morning with chopped fresh fruit and soy milk.
though there are a few muesli recipes on this site, this one is unique in its inclusion of wheat germ. this recipe mixes up a big batch that can be stored in an airtight container for a month or so. though the original recipe comes from fatfree.com, thi
this recipe is from mary and john mcdougall's "all you can eat cookbook". it's a delicious twist on oatmeal. this is great with chopped dates, strawberries, blueberries, etc.
this is my version of baked oatmeal with lower fat, higher protein and fiber. this is a filling and very tasty, healthy snack that is also low in sugar and fats. yum!
i've converted my recipe #160393 to a breakfast crock pot recipe what a tasty way to start the day (and i don't even like oatmeal)! apples could be substituted. sometimes i substitute equal parts of homemade granola for some of the oatmeal! be sure to
easy and tasty granola bars. my husband and son love these.
yummy homemade granola, got this recipe from asouthernfairytale.com
a specialty recipe found online from the window on the winds bed and breakfast inn in pinedale, wyoming. rather than hazelnuts i tend to use cashews, almonds, or sunflower seeds, whatever i have on hand, or just more dried fruit (dried apricots, cranberri
this is made in a crock pot, i got this recipe from fast cooking in a slow cooker every day of the year by, joann rachor.
this i found in bert greens the grains cookbook! tweaked of course! this is served with 4-6 poached eggs on top,if desired! or serve as a side.
a friend of mine has been purchasing steel cut oats in bulk from the amish in our area and sharing! since i didn't know how to prepare them, i found a similar recipe online and adapted it to my taste. *note-you can use 4 cups of water and omit the milk.
a great way to enjoy a hot breakfast with almost no work!
my mom and i came up with the idea for this yummy spring time oatmeal one day while we strolling through the grocery store and spotted cartons of fresh raspberries just in for spring. you are more than welcome to try adjusting any ingredients to your pref
from the albertsons/sav-on company. lots of nutritious but delicious ingredients!ideal dish for a brunch selection. vegan-friendly.
perfect breakfast on the go or snack. for those of us on weight watchers, it's only 3 points for one big slice!
when i was a little girl, my grandma would make batches of this for my grandpa. it filled her house with a wonderful aroma and tasted terrific. she would store it in large glass mason jars when it cooled. this is a half batch of what she used to make and
given that i was out late the day before mother's day this year, i knew there was no way i'd be able to get up early enough to bring my mother breakfast in bed, as tradition dictates. so instead, i bought her a new crockpot, and put it in the oven when i
are your tired of the same old thing for breakfast? try this healthy rice for a real breakfast treat. this dish has so many options: adding finely chopped nuts, jam or any fruit or combination of fruit could be used.
the way my kids and i like them. props to 'zaar user "papergoddess" for figuring out the perfect quantity of water for crock pot oats! thank you!
great for breakfast or a quick snack, this better-for-you version can be made to suit your taste in fruit.
trying to be more heart healthy, i am trying to throw in a handful of raw walnuts a day. i thought i would flavor them up a bit so here's a nice and easy breakfast that i came up with!!! you can use any berries you want, i like blackberries!
my version of a very healthy high protein, low sugar, high fiber snack/energy bar. only good carbs and a low glycemic index. this bar is very tasty and filling! i also want to stress that this is a low sugar item. if you are looking for something that i
you'll be surprised at how pleasant it is to eat your oatmeal uncooked in this way. it's easy, satisfying and refreshing, especially on a hot summer morning.
i am sharing this classic recipe for those who have got caught up in the "hot breakfast" fad or those who need a change from the fast food drive through lines. this recipe is so easy, even a 6 year old can make it. *you may substitute bagged cereal for
from taste of home. i would at least double this recipe!! ;)
easy fudgie oatmeal that's good for you too! i eat this amount for breakfast - if i'm doing it for lunch i'll double it.
an irish recipe gleaned from cooking light!
my weekday breakast. i have many variations..but this is one of my favorites.
this is so great...why buy someone else's granola when you can bake up this tasty dish...and it is really easy to put together. i like chopped dates for the fruit, but raisins or dried cranberries would also be tasty!
yet another oatmeal smoothie. this is a great healthy breakfast full of antioxidents.
made from scratch oatmeal that you can use as a base to make whatever flavor you like or eat as is.
this recipe is featured in the book "the origins diet".
wake up to this tasty, satisfying bowl of oatmeal that is made with milk instead of water. it is a great way to use up overripe banana!
my mum went to canada to visit her sister and came back with this tasty, healthy alternative for breakfast.