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    Peanut butter "nobake-like" breakfast


    Here is a breakfast food I like when i am not watching my calories.

    1 Cup Instant oatmeal
    2-3 tbsp Natural peanut butter
    1 tbsp splenda brown sugar
    2 tbsp spray butter

    Put everything in a bowl and microwave for about 1:20sec mix and enjoy. the peanut butter will melt very well and after it mixes will almost have a consistency of no bakes cookies.

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    wheres the protein powder, cinnamon and banana slices?
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    Never thought about adding peanut butter to oatmeal, Ill give this a try in the monring
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanchezgreg18 View Post
    wheres the protein powder, cinnamon and banana slices?
    Yeah I am not a fan of adding protein powder to oatmeal, I've tried it and just cant do it. Banana sounds amazing in there and I can sip on a shake for a beverage!
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    gotta love pb,i have been adding pb to oatmeal for the past year or so and never get tired of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KRuth22 View Post
    Here is a breakfast food I like when i am not watching my calories.

    1 Cup Instant oatmeal
    2-3 tbsp Natural peanut butter
    1 tbsp splenda brown sugar
    2 tbsp spray butter

    Put everything in a bowl and microwave for about 1:20sec mix and enjoy. the peanut butter will melt very well and after it mixes will almost have a consistency of no bakes cookies.
    Sounds very good, will have to try this one morning.
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    Tastes good. I like this with ground oats to help make the texture even.
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    I've tried this and it seems too dry, unless I'm missin something...
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    wow sounds good!!! im gona try it for a pre workout snack before hittin the gym!
  

  
 

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