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Story's by O.Frank

Soymilk Oatmeal

This is super simple and I like it better than regular oatmeal.

Put some oats in a saucepan. Add soymilk until it just covers the Oats, about 1/8 of an inch. Heat stirring continuously until it comes to a vigorous boil. Eat.

I use 2/3 of a cup of oats per serving but you will need to experiment to see what will fill you up. Also I put the heat on high and stir, scraping the bottom of the pan very vigorously. It only takes me three-minutes to make my oats in the morning.

The advantage of using soymilk, instead of water, is that it gives the oatmeal a tiny touch of sweetness without being sweet. Of course you can add anything you normally add. I add some walnuts to mine.

 

Copyright 2005 O.Frank