Peanut Butter Yogurt Oatmeal
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Stand for 2 minutes and stir in peanut butter and choice of yogurt, stir and enjoy.
This is a real stick to your bones breakfast. I've done this with regular and all-natural peanut butter and other nuts spreads like almond, cashew and the like. I also use Silhouette yogurt with no sugar and low fat.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank acexkeikai for this recipe.
Recipe number 1199. Submitted 3/6/2004.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Peanut Butter Yogurt Oatmeal?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 12 votes.
Did it with vanilla yogurt - about 1/2 of a single serving pack. Very tasty. I'll have it again sometime.
Comment submitted: 1/1/2013 (#15023)
From K. Dusty
Great idea about using strawberry (or any berry flavored) yogurt to make peanut butter and jelly oatmeal. The yogurt gives it a really smooth texture and it's nice to get warm and cold in the same bite during the first couple spoonfuls.
Comment submitted: 1/11/2012 (#13413)
This was a great idea to actually get me to eat oatmeal :) I needed a high nutrient dense food (oatmeal) but I don't like oats and water... yuck! Thanks for giving a healthy recipe that tastes great! I used strawberry yogurt with natural pb
Comment submitted: 3/22/2011 (#12337)
From Hates oatmeal
This was not bad, made the oatmeal better and this is from someone who hates oatmeal. I love oatmeal in cobblers and cookies, but the whole oatmeal for breakfast mixed with water is a consistency thing with me. Not bad.
Comment submitted: 12/29/2010 (#11802)
From Michael A.
A very filling breakfast oatmeal that taste like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. (I used strawberry yogurt) I can't believe I ate the whole thing!
Comment submitted: 10/28/2010 (#11472)
This tastes... weird.
Comment submitted: 10/21/2010 (#11427)
I do this with fat free vanilla yogurt and walden farms peanut spread. I also use a spoon of whatever polaner sugar free preserves I'm in the mood for and a handful of raisins. My slight modification - once I mix in all the other stuff, I throw it back in the microwave for a little less than a minute.
Comment submitted: 8/14/2010 (#11067)
Weird. This is what I eat for breakfast too... with the banana. I searched this wondering if anyone else ate exactly the same thing. Glad to know I'm not the only strange person :)... and just when I thought I was being original. I am going to try adding the honey. That sounds really good :) :) :)
Comment submitted: 12/4/2008 (#7024)
The yogurt I used didn't go well with the peanut butter. I had to add cinnamon and honey to make it taste better. If I try this again, I'll use a different yogurt but very interesting idea.
Comment submitted: 9/20/2008 (#6485)
From Nashta (Team Breakfast Member)
Mmm I loved this! Peanut butter is my favorite. I added a little mashed banana and some raisins and it was divine!
Comment submitted: 4/28/2008 (#5141)
This also works well with 1 cup water, 1/2 cup oats, 1/2 tbsp peanut butter, and entire banana, and a half cup of yogurt, cooking the banana with the oats and stirring in the pb and yogurt towards the end. nice combo of ingredients (also added almond extract).
Comment submitted: 1/25/2008 (#4481)
From OLittleAsianOne (Team Breakfast Member)
What constitutes a single serving? 6 oz?
Comment submitted: 1/11/2008 (#4358)
I used plain yogurt, and found that adding a little fruit or brown sugar will boost the flavor. Mmm!
Comment submitted: 10/23/2007 (#3831)
From Hairika (Team Breakfast Member)
Love this stuff. Add a little mashed banana and it's even better!
Comment submitted: 2/3/2007 (#1416)
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