Maple & Brown Sugar Oatmeal
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Serve with a pat of butter and a splash of milk.
In place of dried fruit, you could also toss a small handful of your favorite fresh fruit on the finished oatmeal.
This is a quick maple and brown sugar oatmeal recipe for one person. It tastes so much better then the oatmeal from the packets. I hope you'll like it!
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Bennett for this recipe.
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This was delicious! I added a little white sugar and a dash of cinnamon and it was perfect!
Comment submitted: 6/15/2014 (#18902)
From nightflower (Team Breakfast Member)
I tried it with 2 teaspoons of private selection pure dark amber maple syrup and milk in place of water and it was amazing. Me and my daughter shared a serving. The sweetness was spot on perfect. I find the packet oatmeal to be a little too sweet for my taste. My 19 month old is very picky and even she liked it. She started fussing and crying for more after the first bite.
Comment submitted: 3/11/2014 (#17356)
Made this for myself at the office just now and it's yummy. Perfect for a cold December morning. I even made my coworker a bowl :) Thanks for sharing this easy delicious recipe.
Comment submitted: 12/11/2013 (#17202)
Comment submitted: 4/14/2013 (#15651)
Mmmm! Never been a big oatmeal eater but this is REALLY yummy and so easy to make. AND it actually made two servings for me so I have my breakfast for tomorrow morning already prepared. :-) Try it. You'll like it!
Comment submitted: 4/11/2013 (#15622)
From Gunnar L.
This was so good. I would eat it everyday if I could. And I can. So I might! Seriously, one of the best oatmeal recipes I've found so far. - Gunnar L.
Comment submitted: 8/21/2012 (#14316)
I'm about to make this oatmeal and by all the positive feedback I think it's going to be awesome!
Comment submitted: 8/17/2012 (#14299)
I just made this and it is delicious. It reminds me of when I was little. I mean, sure I like mine with a little more brown sugar and syrup but it's great!
Comment submitted: 7/8/2012 (#14143)
Much better than the packets! Be sure to drizzle just a little more syrup on at the very end for the ultimate flavor. Great!
Comment submitted: 4/10/2012 (#13766)
From Carmenelisa (Team Breakfast Member)
I was so happy to find this recipe! So easy to make and tastes great! My kids and I love it!
Comment submitted: 1/29/2012 (#13489)
This is a really nice recipe. I add a pat of butter in the end and an extra sprinkle of brown sugar. It's almost as easy and quite a bit better than oatmeal from packets.
Comment submitted: 1/25/2012 (#13468)
Found it a little bland - went back and added a dash of cinnamon and it made it much better!
Comment submitted: 1/18/2012 (#13443)
Love it! Easy to make and fun to eat. Great recipe.
Comment submitted: 1/11/2012 (#13420)
From kristin c.
Really yummy! The only thing I'd do differently next time is to reduce the water to 3/4 cup. It was a little more watery than I usually like.
Comment submitted: 12/14/2011 (#13313)
From Amy Pol.
I love this oatmeal. I would eat it all day every day.
Comment submitted: 9/9/2011 (#12889)
It just means you might like it with a little butter and milk added after the oatmeal is ready.
Comment submitted: 4/7/2011 (#12403)
Very easy and much better than the instant packets you can buy.
Comment submitted: 3/5/2011 (#12240)
Made this today, very good, better than package oatmeal, will make from now on.
Comment submitted: 1/24/2011 (#11982)
"Serve with a pat of butter and a splash of milk."...? Can someone please clarify what this means?
Comment submitted: 1/19/2011 (#11951)
WOW!!! What a delightful treat! :))) This was amzingly delicious. I tried it with fresh cut strawberries, and it was truly a great breakfast that held me over until lunch.
Comment submitted: 12/10/2010 (#11689)
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