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And now.. the Oatmeal thread!

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I read the article. It seems they really have a hard on against the artificial sweeteners. IMO and experience, I get no negative affects using artificial sweeteners. I have been learning about their effect on the gut biome but I think for most people without any digestive issues, artificial sweeteners are probably ok. If you have celiac, crowns, colitis, heartburn, IBS, etc, I would stay away.

That being said, I prefer the Lower Sugar Quaker Apples & Cinnamon. I usually mix 1-2 packets with just plain flavor and that gives it enough flavor w/o too much sugar. It's very hard to find where I live tho : (
 

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Quaker quick oats. 1 packet stevia, cinnamon.
 

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I have tried steel cut and oat bran. However. I prefer the regular non flavored quick oats. Add some almond milk and protein powder. Nicely flavored from the protein powder.

Otherwise. One could also add cocao powder , cinnamon , flex/hemp seeds etc ...
 

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Coaches oats
 

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any organic old fashion...(not the quick)

handful of chopped walnuts or pecans.....tablespoon of raw brown sugar.
grass-fed butter....vanilla extract.....dash of cinnamon....
top off with some unsweet vanilla almond milk.


tastes like your eating pecan pie.
 

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I have tried steel cut and oat bran. However. I prefer the regular non flavored quick oats. Add some almond milk and protein powder. Nicely flavored from the protein powder.

Otherwise. One could also add cocao powder , cinnamon , flex/hemp seeds etc ...

steel cut need to be soaked for 24 hours before cooking...
 

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Lately I've been digging just plain old oats and water. I used to do this back in the day when all I ate was "bodybuilding foods."

Other ways I dig oats is simple proats:

Cooked quick oats.
Chocolate whey
Cocoa powder
Peanut butter
and sometimes I'll throw in some dark chocolate if my macros allow for it.
 

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from the recipes forum

2 cups of steel cut oats
¼ cups of flax seeds
¼ cup of chia seeds
¼ cup of hemp seeds
a handful of dehydrated blue berries

8 cups of water min.

Bring water to boil; add ½ teaspoon of salt (sea) and add the
above ingredients and bring back to a boil while stirring always
for ~ 1 minute.

Cover and let sit overnight.

For breakfast I scoop out 1 cup of the cooked oats and add a
bit of almond milk to it and I heat it up in the microwave.

You are good to go for at least a week at this size serving.

Refrigerate between servings.
 

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I really like the peaches and cream, strawberry and cream packets. Loaded with sugar, but they're delicious. But what I eat most often is the following:

60-80g of Quick Oats (for the convenience)
~1.5" length of rip banana cut into small pieces*
Splenda to taste
SF Vanilla coffee syrup
Cinnamon to taste
(and sometimes chopped pecans or walnuts)

So that I always have banana for my oatmeal, I peel and freeze overly ripe bananas that no one will eat after they're cut into ~1.5" long pieces and coated with lemon juice to keep them from turning brown.
 

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100% old fashioned not the quick with skim milk, cinnamon, organic stevia, and blueberries.
 

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Quick oats in skim with peanut butter and scoop of whey

Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk
 

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standard quaker old fash with salt and, sometimes, a splenda for a sweet/salty taste if I'm in the mood.
 

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old fashioned oats, handful of strawberries and blueberries, and cinnamon. Anything sweeter is too much for me.
 

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i do 1/2 cup of steel cut oats with my pre and post workout shakes. I also add the oats and a blend of nuts that i mix in the vitamix for a mid day snack/ meal when needed.

If i eat them i like to always add cinnamon and some fruit.
 

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Quaker Old fashioned Oats with some Torani Sugar Free Vanilla syrup...... BOOM
 

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Quaker old fashion...the double box from Costco. I powderize that for my shakes. If eating hot, I use the instant or quick oats. I have not been able to get a liking to coach's oats, but I'd have to give them another try. That's what I use. If I didn't buy Quaker, I'd probably use TN's oatmeal.
 

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2 cups of steel cut oats
¼ cups of flax seeds
¼ cup of chia seeds
¼ cup of hemp seeds
a handful of dehydrated blue berries

8 cups of water min.

Bring water to boil; add ½ teaspoon of salt (sea) and add the
above ingredients and bring back to a boil while stirring always
for ~ 1 minute.

Cover and let sit overnight.

For breakfast I scoop out 1 cup of the cooked oats and add a
bit of almond milk to it and I heat it up in the microwave.

You are good to go for at least a week at this size serving.

Refrigerate between servings.

Excellent recipe,,similar to mine but I learned a few items to add through yours,,,thanks for sharing that!
 

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