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Mar 5, 2007 11:01 AM

Oatmeal Recipes?

I have a lot of oatmeal.

What would be some good recipes for using this up other than variations of cooked breakfast oatmeal?

I'm thinking a nice meatloaf recipe would be nice.

Some recipes I've culled from the Chowhound boards and Chow

Oatmeal-Banana-Raisin Waffles - CHOW

Oatmeal and Buttermilk Pancakes

Oatmeal pancake recipe

oatmeal risotto

Oatmeal Raisin Ice Cream: tasty and easy!

Old recipe for no-bake oatmeal-chocolate cookies?

Oatmeal cookies with dried cherries and dark choc. chunks

Sprout--Oatmeal Cookies from Fresser

The quintessential oatmeal cookie...

Oatmeal cookie's

Chewy oatmeal cookies

oatmeal raisin cookie recipe?

ISO oatmeal snack ideas

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  1. baked oatmeal?

    About 10-15 minutes before it comes out of the oven, I pour a little cream over it. I've also used melted butter instead of oil.

    1. Another option to add for your no bake cookies are these:

      My Nonna used to make them for me and they store really well in the freezer.

      Also - what about an fruit crumble?
      (I haven't tried this recipe, but I may tonight!



      1. You could make a granola or a muesli pretty easily. You'd need steel-cut oats. But very easy to make, reasonably healthy (in the right portions), and it'll keep forever. A great use of oatmeal in my book. Mark Bittman has a good granola recipe and I got the muesli recipe from Saveur, but I am sure lots of recipes are good for that type of thing.

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        1. re: glutton

          granola doesn't require steel cut oats. I make it with regular oats all the time. Just make sure they aren't "quick" or "minute" oats

        2. Do you have the King Arthur Flour Whole-Grain Baking book? Lots of oatmeal recipes. And you can search for recipes at

          1. The lunch truck at my work has this drink called "avena", which I guess means oatmeal in Spanish. It was pretty good, a sort of watery semi-smooth oatmeal "smoothie". Apparently it is a popular drink in South and Central America. I saw a couple recipes when I googled the word. Check it out.

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