Baked Oatmeal

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    Baked Oatmeal


    My Mom sent me this recipe. I haven't tried it yet, but she said its amazing. She also adds ground flax and protein powder as well. Almonds are also a great addition.

    Baked Oatmeal
    Use a 9 x 9 pan ( you can buy some throw away aluminum or a glass dish) spray with Pam

    3/4 c. Splenda
    1/2 c. Oil ( can substitute same amount of applesauce)
    2 eggs or 8 Egg Whites
    1 C. milk
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1 tablespoon baking POWDER
    3 C. Oatmeal
    2 Apples cut into small pieces (or two bananas, or any fruit: be creative I
    have heard of a banana split with pineapple, coconut,cherries & bananas)
    Topping
    2 Tablespoon Brown Sugar (optional)
    1/2 Teaspoon cinnamon (optional)
    Mix all dry ingredients except topping. Add the oil, milk and eggs and fruit.
    Pour into pan Sprinkle topping and bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
    Cool, cut square slice and eatjust like that or cut slice add milk and put in
    microwave for 30 seconds. Enjoy as a breakfast or a snack cake.

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    This sounds great dude, I'm gonna give it a try. But don't you mean 2 eggs or 4 egg whites? 8 whites would give you the consistency of 4 whole eggs.
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    damn...that does sound good.
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    definitely gonna give this one a try. thanks for sharing
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    i have a new food to go w/ my breakfast shake...thanks bud
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    Post the macros of that without the fruit, so that can go in the cookbook. That sounds yummy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHICA
    Post the macros of that without the fruit, so that can go in the cookbook. That sounds yummy.
    Hey check out my protein pancake recipe too, def cookbook worthy
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    i just made some and added a scoop of protein powder to the mix, they are AWESOME!
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    Definitely going to give this a go... now if I could find where I put my oven
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    Awesome recipe. Try a little cinnamon on top and some raisins in the mix, really set it off
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    On my batch I added 1/4c of almonds, 1tbs of ground flax, 2scoops of protein powder, 4 egg whites, and applesauce instead of oil. I cut it into 6 pieces. The TOTAL macros are as follows:

    KCAL: 1552 Protein: 103.5g Carbs: 206g (Fiber: 32g) Fat: 38.25g (Polyunsat:9.5g Monounsat 16g)

    Per Slice: KCAL:259 Protein:17.25g Carbs: 34.39g (Fiber:5.33g) Fat:6.38g (Polyunsat:1.58g Monounsat:2.67)

    Hope this helps! I told my Mom that you guys are enjoying this. I'll wish her a happy Mother's Day from all of you! I haven't had a chance to try it yet, but from all the testimonials it sounds like it will be great. I used unflavored protein so I hope that doesnt affect the taste negatively. Have a good weekend!
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    thank mom for me on this one its really made my mornings better I love it ill try the additions you listed
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    Delicious!!
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    I use similar recipe but with steel cut oats and splenda brown sugar, oh it is soooooooooo good
  

  
 

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