From The Files: Oatmeal for Breakfast (and More)

From The Files: Oatmeal for Breakfast (and More)

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Faith Durand
Oct 10, 2008
We love oats and oatmeal in nearly every form. Now that the season has turned into fall, we've been indulging in steel-cut oats for breakfast - nutty, chewy, and pearly - with dark brown sugar and a drizzle of cream. Here are some of our favorite ways to eat oats - in the morning and later in the day. For breakfastA hearty yet easy oatmeal bread, great for toast • Overnight oatmeal with buttermilk and apricots, made in a slow cooker • What's For Breakfast? Irish Oatmeal - A discussion of steel cut oats and their merits. • Are rolled oats still good for you?Steel cut oats with dates, coconut, cinnamon and walnutsOatmeal with peachesBill Granger's oat, pear, and raspberry loafGolden oat pancakesHomemade granola with almonds, apricots, cranberries, pineapple... Other sweet thingsOatmeal raisin cookies with chocolate chips. The classic! • Peanut butter and chocolate monster cookiesMartha Stewarts oatmeal raisin squares - Great with a glass of milk. • Fudge and walnut oatmeal cookiesDIY oat flourBasic oat streusel or crumble for crumbles or crispsRhubarb and lavender crumble What's your favorite way to eat oats and oatmeal in the fall?
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