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post #41 of 171
I asked the same question -- leave them out. I am making this again tonight, since my family ate the last batch soooo fast.
post #42 of 171
So I've only tried one of the three recipes, the first one posted by Anonymous. And I LOVE it. I made it using half natural sugar, half date sugar. Yum.

I decided that I'd probably make this in individual 8oz ramekins next time and just pull one out each morning for breakfast. I especially like it the next day, cold, with plain yogurt and fresh fruit (peaches and blackberries) on it.

Yum. Thanks again.
post #43 of 171
What kid of oats work the best? Steel cut (Irish), old fashion (regular) "Quaker Oats", or something like a quick cook?
post #44 of 171
oooh, a new recipe to try!
post #45 of 171
I tried the one gardenmommy posted using hulled oats...I think I should've added extra water or something cuz they're not all the way cooked. It tastes great though! I only added 3/4 C sugar too.

I think these types of recipes are made for rolled oats.
post #46 of 171
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Originally Posted by mamabohl
gardenmommy, when soaking the oats overnight should they be refrigerated or left out?

I leave them out on the counter.
post #47 of 171
OMG This is so yummy! I made the OP's version but used only 1/4 cup of sugar and I used cinnamon applesauce instead of plain applesauce. The whole family loved it and it's so quick and easy!
post #48 of 171
I made this yesterday and is was sooo yummy, I even ate some for dessert with a little bit of cream poured over it
post #49 of 171
I made this yesterday/this morning. Yummy. I made the first recipe with the following changes. I made a half batch: used honey as a sweetner, 1/4 cup for the half batch, and yogurt instead of the milk, added some vanilla, and fresh blueberries instead of raisins. So good.
post #50 of 171
thanks calla lilly, I was hoping someone would try it sans milk, dd can hae yogurt but no milk yet. I'll try this soon!
post #51 of 171
You're all making me hungry- will have to try this soon...
post #52 of 171
Just thought I'd share the one I was given - coconut oil

BAKED OATMEAL

3 cups organic rolled oats
1/2 cup Raw Agave Nectar (can sub honey or sucanat)
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1.5 cups Raw milk, or plain kefir
1/3 cup coconut oil
2 eggs, slightly beaten

In a bowl combine rolled oats & milk/kefir /yogurt . Soak overnight up to 24 hours on the counter to reduce the phytic acid.

(EDIT - I soaked in water and a couple Tbsp yogurt, then drained it in the morning)

In a large bowl, combine the rest of the ingredients. Then mix together with oats & milk/kefir. Pour into a greased 9x13x2 baking pan. Bake uncovered at 350 degrees for 35-45 minutes or until set. Serve with additional milk or yogurt as needed.

I added in dried cranberries and frozen blueberries. You could add in all kinds of dried fruits like raisins, figs, dates, etc. Depending on your taste some cinnamon, nutmeg, or ginger would be a great addition.

Freezes well
post #53 of 171
Mmm I made the first recipe posted and actually ate it as dessert it was so good. I think this may help me eat more healthy because it is sweet enough for dessert, but lots of good fiber.
post #54 of 171
mmm I made the first recipe subbing yogurt for the milk and pure maple sugar for the sweetner, I used vanilla yogurt so cut down the sweetner by about half and it was still very sweet. Anyways dd and I both love it and its so easy!
post #55 of 171
I'm really anxious to try this, but my son's allergies include dairy, eggs, coconut, applesauce so I was wondering...has anyone tried this using rice milk? Without eggs? We do have Ener-G egg replacer, but I frequently just omit eggs. We can use canola oil (soy's out) so I can replace the applesauce...How would I soak the oats without dairy or do I just skip that step?

Thanks!
Missy
post #56 of 171
Thankyou so much for posting the recipe!

I made it last week and it was delicious. It only lasted one day, and that was with just DH and I eating it!

I made it again last night and it's just come out of the oven. Yum!

Thanks again.
post #57 of 171
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Missy
I'm really anxious to try this, but my son's allergies include dairy, eggs, coconut, applesauce so I was wondering...has anyone tried this using rice milk? Without eggs? We do have Ener-G egg replacer, but I frequently just omit eggs. We can use canola oil (soy's out) so I can replace the applesauce...How would I soak the oats without dairy or do I just skip that step?

Thanks!
Missy
I made mine with rice milk. I might have made it with almond milk, too, but I'm not sure. I'm still using the original recipe, but I imagine you could just soak the oats in the rice milk for the others.
post #58 of 171
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Originally Posted by anonymous4_20
I don't remember who posted this originally. Please come back and take credit for this awesome recipe so we know who to thank! I'm going to try it with dried blueberries and maple syrup next weekend.

This is what I copied from the original post:

Baked Oatmeal

Not crockpot, but have you tried baked oatmeal? It is freakin GOOD!! It is not mushy at all, more like a cake texture.

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 cup applesauce (or veggie oil)
3/4 cup sweetner of your choice (sugar, Splenda, whatever)
2 eggs
1 cup milk
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
3 cups regular oats
1/2 cup raisins
1-2 tablespoons brown sugar (I personally use the brown sugar splenda)
1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

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DIRECTIONS:
Beat together applesauce and sweetner of choice. Mix in eggs, milk, salt, baking powder, oatmeal. Beat well then stir in raisins. Pour into a lightly grease pie pan. Sprinkle with brown sugar and cinnamon. Refrigerate overnight.
The next morning, preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
Bake in preheated oven until firm, about 35 minutes. Serve hot.

I like mine served with milk and a drizzle of honey over the top!!
i made this today, and it was so good! i dont like raisins, so i used some fresh strawberries.... i used white sugar, and it was REALLY sweet, so next time im gonna try honey, and use a little less
post #59 of 171
Quote:
Originally Posted by anonymous4_20
I made the baked oatmeal recipe that was posted here a few weeks ago, and it is SO good! And easy, too.

Thanks to whoever posted it! It's going to become our new favorite breakfast, I'm sure.

Your welcome! I'm glad you liked it, I eat it almost everymorning.
post #60 of 171
yummy!Gonna try it tommorow!


Anyone have an overnighter recipe for those yummy apple pancakes that you bake? Aren't they like German pancakes or something?I LOVE those.
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