Breakfast In A Glass
(1 serving) Printable Version
Add 1/3 cup crushed strawberries (fresh or frozen) or other fruit; add sugar to taste and vanilla if desired.
Blend in mixer or blender... or use electric or hand beater until smooth.
About This Recipe:
According to the 1959 magazine advertisement that shared this recipe, "Breakfast-in-a-glass (was) a new way to enjoy oatmeal on warm summer mornings. Cool, refreshing. Tastes like a milk shake. Lusciously flavored with fruit... with all that wonderful oatmeal protein." The ad was a joint promotion for Quaker Oats, Mother's Oats and Blue Star. It offered a special price on a hand-crank mixer that was specifically designed to make Breakfast-in-a-Glass.
Tired of the same old bowl of oatmeal? Try drinking it instead! This vintage recipe combines cooked oats, milk and strawberries to make a refreshing smoothie. From 1959.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank Mr Breakfast for this recipe.
Recipe number 3071. Submitted 11/24/2011.
Comments About This RecipeFrom Billie44
What do you think of Breakfast In A Glass?
I've been putting a couple tablespoons of oats and a little flax in my smoothies for a long time. You don't even notice it and it adds whole grain and fiber. I haven't cooked the oatmeal first (didn't seem necessary), but I might try that next time.
Comment submitted: 1/19/2012 (#13447)
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