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Swiss Oatmeal Recipe

Published: Thursday, 08 March 2012 18:36

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Swiss Oatmeal is served cold (not hot). This healthy and easy breakfast is made the night before with virtually no prep time.

Ingredients

About 1 cup old fashioned oats
Milk or water
1/2 cup (or so) of plain or vanilla yogurt (option: Use Greek for more protein!)
cinnamon or brown sugar or honey to taste
fruit of choice (blueberries, craisins, banana, or raisins)

Instructions

1. The night before, place oats into a bowl. Pour in water or milk of choice, just barely covering the oats. Cover the bowl, and refidgerate overnight.

2. In the morning, stir in yogurt, spices and fruit. Serve cold.

Tips

- Up the quantities to easily make a few more servings.

- You may need to drain excess liquid in the morning. Play around with measurements to find proportions that suits your tastes best.

- Quick cooking oats tend to be smaller in size than old fashioned oats, and will typically turn out too mushy.

- Yogurt binds everything together, so don't skip this step.

- This recipe is by no means exact, so experiment and make it your own.

- Don't be surprised if this turns out to be a family fave!

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