This is technically UNHEALTHY COOKING, but I couldn't resist!
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I had a little bit of whipping cream left over and used about 1/4 cup to make my oatmeal this morning. It was so unhealthy, but sooooo good. lol
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This is technically UNHEALTHY COOKING, but I couldn't resist!

posted at 1/8/2012 9:23 PM EST
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I had a little bit of whipping cream left over and used about 1/4 cup to make my oatmeal this morning. It was so unhealthy, but sooooo good. lol

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posted at 1/8/2012 9:48 PM EST
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Glad you enjoyed it.  That must have been delicious.  It would have done me in.  I'm lactose intolerant!!!

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posted at 1/8/2012 10:25 PM EST
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I don't really like oatmeal but you made it sound so-o-o-o good!  lol

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posted at 1/8/2012 11:56 PM EST
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Verlee,  I usually have oatmeal for breakfast 5 times a week. I do have
some whipping cream in the frig., hopefully I don't add it to my oatmeal.
It sounds really great!  I think I'm going to make myself a cup of Nestle's
Hot Dark Choc. and add a huge camping marshmallow in it! lol lol

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posted at 1/13/2012 9:38 AM EST
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The oatmeal and the hot chocolate both sound great to me!

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posted at 1/13/2012 10:27 AM EST
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Nancy, what kind of oatmeal do you eat?  I like oatmeal, but my sister wouldn't eat it, until she found Jamba Juice and their steel cut oats.  Now she eats oatmeal.  There is a big difference between rolled oats and steel cut oats.  There is a lot more texture to steel cut, but it also takes longer to cook.


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I don't really like oatmeal but you made it sound so-o-o-o good!  lol
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posted at 1/13/2012 10:45 AM EST
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i don't like oatmeal but cream of rice is good

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posted at 1/13/2012 11:17 AM EST
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i like oatmeal and use half and half in it not all the time . i put splenda sugar and cinnamon  .

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posted at 1/13/2012 11:45 AM EST
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I like carnation canned milk on my oatmeal and my rice. I like sugar and
cinnamon on them also.

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posted at 1/13/2012 12:49 PM EST
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Sounds good to me!

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posted at 1/13/2012 3:09 PM EST
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After I fix up my nice healthy old fasioned oats, it is very like a pudding!  A handful of raisins, a nice big lump of brown sugar, a handful of pecans and either real cream(whipping) or a pat of butter.
A yummy way to warm up my tummy with breakfast on a cold winter morn

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posted at 1/13/2012 9:18 PM EST
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Technically it's not healthy,but I'm not sure that there is cream in heaven so I'm not taking any chances so I'll just have it here. lol Our ancestors ate things that today we would consider unhealthy and a lot of them smoked and drank also and they lived to a ripe old age.What is killing us today is inactivity and stress.

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posted at 1/14/2012 12:18 AM EST
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Technically it's not healthy,but I'm not sure that there is cream in heaven so I'm not taking any chances so I'll just have it here. lol Our ancestors ate things that today we would consider unhealthy and a lot of them smoked and drank also and they lived to a ripe old age.What is killing us today is inactivity and stress.
Posted by gale g


You're absolutely right, Gale! And I should know, having grown up on a farm and drinking milk with a layer of cream on the top. But we worked it all off. So now I content myself with cream on my oatmeal once a year!

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posted at 1/14/2012 12:23 AM EST
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After I fix up my nice healthy old fasioned oats, it is very like a pudding!  A handful of raisins, a nice big lump of brown sugar, a handful of pecans and either real cream(whipping) or a pat of butter. A yummy way to warm up my tummy with breakfast on a cold winter morn
Posted by Frances M


Frances, I have oatmeal and raisins 3 or 4 mornings each week, but I didn't think about adding nuts...duh. lol

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posted at 1/14/2012 1:23 AM EST
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Verlee,  I have the oatmeal 5 mornings a week and I add raisins and walnuts.
Walnuts are cheaper.

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posted at 1/14/2012 1:53 AM EST
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Yikes --- I just can't believe what you people do with OATMEAL.  
Good grief - the only proper way to use that stuff is in a cookie!!

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posted at 1/14/2012 5:32 AM EST
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As long as you don't do this everytime you have oatmeal you will be all right.

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posted at 1/14/2012 7:45 AM EST
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This sounds like a great treat - but only once and a while.  I'm an oatmeal eater too.

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posted at 1/14/2012 9:32 AM EST
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Here this is how I rationalize using cream,You are putting it on oatmeal.What could be healthier than oatmeal ? It lowers cholesterol Right? Well if you put cream on it ,that will cancel out the fat in the cream. lol ! I think I'll run this by my Doctor and see what he says. lol lol lol I think I already know what he'll say :)

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posted at 1/14/2012 9:53 AM EST
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Every thing in moderation!!  I don't think the little bit of "unhealthy" cream out weighed the very HEALTHY oatmeal!!! Sounds delicious! Laughing
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