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My favorite oatmeal growing up was always maple and brown sugar. I like to just cook them with maple syrup and brown sugar in the water then drizzle a little maple on top. I also like to dice up part of an apple (and when I say dice, I mean I do it really, really small) and put that, brown sugar and cinnamon in it. If you're adventurous, there are actually a lot of great recipes available if you just google for them. Some are awesome, some not so much. Somewhere I saw one once where they made the oatmeal with coconut milk instead of water, that looked good too.

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I like oatmeal with brown sugar or real maple syrup, cinnamon, walnuts and blueberries.  Or strawberries.  Or cherries.  Or cut up banana.  Or cut up apple.  Almost any fruit except citrus.  And add cream or whole milk (from grassfed , organically raised cows if at all possible).

 

There are many recipes out there for 'oatmeal in a jar', that you prepare the night before so it is ready to heat and eat in the morning.  Also recipes for oat based breakfast 'cookies' and bars.  Enjoy!

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I would stir in egg whites while it was finishing up cooking, then add peanut butter and a touch of stevia/sugar.

I also used to like it with cocoa powder, PB, hershey syrup (just a tad, not a lot). Mix in some crushed walnuts. mmmm I miss oats.

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Moose,

Did you try Buckwheat Creamy hot cereal a Hodgson Mill product? Ingredients are Buckwheat and milled flax seed.  clearly labeled gluten free.   If I remember correctly, it reminds me of cream of wheat more than cream of rice/grits.

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Moose,

Did you try Buckwheat Creamy hot cereal a Hodgson Mill product? Ingredients are Buckwheat and milled flax seed.  clearly labeled gluten free.   If I remember correctly, it reminds me of cream of wheat more than cream of rice/grits.

 

I most certainly did try cream of buckwheat! I used the Pocono brand, though. I liked it a lot! I actually love the cream of brown rice that I'm currently eating for breakfast. It's just as easy to make on the stove before work as the buckwheat was. It's also cheaper/easier to find than the buckwheat! You've got a great memory. :)

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