Apple Pie Oatmeal 2

http://greenlitebites.com/2009/09/03/apple-pie-oatmeal-2/
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Okay, so I recorded us making a breakfast I already recorded. *sigh* it’s come down to a repeat I guess. Oh well, I wanted to post something but I’ve been so preoccupied with my job, the new house and this stupid cold I can’t shake. I hope to post a tour of the new kitchen next week. We won’t officially be in the house for two more weeks but it’s ours and the end of living out of boxes is now i sight!

As for the Apple Pie Oatmeal, click here for a slightly better video and the recipe with a pic.

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  1. christina

    apple pie oatmeal looks great! i will definetly be trying this soon! good luck with closing on your house today and hope you guys all feel better soon!!

  2. Krista S.

    I’ve been eating lots of oats and Malt-O-Meal lately and posted a few ideas on my own blog. There is something about hot cereal for breakfast as the weather cools down that is just like a warm hug in the morning. Love it.

    I’m so excited for you guys to be moving into your new house soon! Feel better, guys!

  3. Jenna

    I pretty much do this every morning =D out of the 5 weekdays I do it 4-5 of them =D and one or both of the weekend days depending if I feellike cooking somethign more elaborate or not. I have a slightly different way of making it but it gets the job done just the same =D it just makes it to where I dont have to pay much attention to it and I can do other things while its boiling/cooling etc.

    Its a super fast yummy bfast! and I never get sick of it

  4. Stacey

    I just tried this today. It was yummy! I used quick oats and made it in the microwave ~ too lazy to wash a pan. I also added a few dried cranberries before I microwaved it. I’m used to the little packets, which are much sweeter ~ but I’m going to stick with this recipe instead. I’ll get used to it not being so sweet. Plus, it seems like you get more this way, than the little packets. Thanks for the recipe!

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