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1/2 cup (50g) sultanas; 1 teaspoon cinnamon; Directions. Boil water in a medium pot. Once the water is rolling, reduce heat to medium and stir in oats.

Simmer uncovered, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes or until oats are desired texture. Divide cooked oatmeal into two bowls and top with the dried apple slices, sultanas and cinnamon. Serve hot.

In a small sauce pan on medium heat, add in the coconut oil. Once hot, add in the apples and sauté for about 5 minutes, until the apple soften and are fragrant. Add in the oats and sauté for about 2 minutes to gently toast them. Add in the water, and turn up the heat to bring to a boil.

Melt margarine in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add diced apple and cook until apple is slightly soft (about 3 minutes.). Add milk, water, and salt to. DIRECTIONS. Place milk, water and sugar in saucepan.

Chop apple into small, thin chunks. Add it and the dried fruit to the milk mixture. Heat the mixture on medium until boiling or near boiling. Add oats and cinnamon and cook.

Directions. In a large bowl, combine the first 8 ingredients. Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place for up to 6 months. Yield: 8 cups.

To prepare oatmeal. Just pour enough water over the apples to cover them, combine all other ingredients and then drain and add the apple slices. This gave them just the right amount of softness. The apples were still chewy, but they combined nicely with all of the other ingredients. Check out.

Instructions Add apples and butter to a medium saucepan. Cook over medium-high heat until apples are tender-crisp. Stir in cinnamon and other spices if desired. Step 1 Combine the water, apple juice, and apples in a saucepan.

Bring to a boil over high heat, and stir in the rolled oats and cinnamon. Return to a boil, then. PRODUCT DETAILS. With Quaker Lower Sugar Instant Oatmeal, you don’t have to sacrifice the flavor to lose a little of the sugar. With the great taste of apples and cinnamon, and no high fructose corn syrup, artificial preservatives or sweeteners, Quaker Lower Sugar Instant Oatmeal Apples & Cinnamon Instant Oatmeal means never having to compromise taste.

Add the ingredients to a 16-ounce mason jar or other individual storage container in the order listed above: oats, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, salt, diced apple.

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  • Thank you for your question. This recipe makes 2 servings. Feel free to double the ingredients if you would like to make more. Enjoy!

  • This looks good. I’m trying to eat better so I’m going to try this. Would it be ok to add some brown sugar? I love cinnamon and brown sugar with my apples. I will try this in the morning:)

  • Made this recipe but i added applesauce, some brown sugar, and vanilla extract. Stirred in some raisins and the kids are happy! Thanks for sharing����

  • Oatmeal and half a diced apple. No sugar. No milk. That’s what the doctor recommended my mom for her cholesterol. Make sure to eat tons of oatmeal bc Mexicans use a lot of fat to cook so you need to add oatmeal to your water to prevent your cholesterol from kicking in. That’s why I don’t have cholesterol even though I’m fat, LMAO ��oatmeal. ✔️ Oatmeal in my water ✔️✔️��

  • if you want more interest with your spices ginger and nutmeg  go good with the cinnamon  also add a drizzle of honey or syrup when I want extra sweetness without using sugar

  • Thank you so much for the great content! loving your happy vibe and accent!

    been inspired and making tons of cookies experiments but I always end up eating the whole batch!

  • Good recipe. I like mines though thin instead of thick. I add more milk to it. I’ll say its more preference, but I think most people prefer thick oatmeal.

  • I made this today and it was very yummy!!! I didn’t mix the cinnamon and brown sugar in the oatmeal and it was even better that way!!! Thanks Ingrid for another healthy recipe I can add to my list!

  • I just did this recipe, using half portions to keep it 300 cals or less and it was delicious!! (Minus the chia) after this you will NEVER microwave your oatmeal, thank you Ingrid!!
    PS adding the half banana does sweeten things up so you can use less sugar or none she’s genius <3

  • Hey guys! What do you usually have for breakfast? I love this 7:00!

    Btw, these food combinations can ruin your health �� https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRbhveLaQ9c&t=515s

  • The reason breakfast is important, is that breakfast will set the tone for what your body craves for that day
    Ever notice that when you start your food with junk food, that’s what you crave all day?

  • CAUTION. This has a hell of a lot of sugar in it. I’m sure it’s really good this way, but don’t expect to lose weight when eating this breakfast. 

  • This is one of our favorite fall breakfast! Our Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal is vegan and full of flavor! We use gluten-free oats as well:)

  • Thank you for your question. The instant oatmeal will take less time to cook, so you’ll want to adjust the cooking time in the recipe. Enjoy!

  • I’m new to ur channel & i subscribed after 10 seconds only, u caught my attention, i love how nothing is wasted in this recipe & ur explanation is cute, short & to the point, ur amazing! Looking forward to watch more breakfast ideas from ur channel����

  • This is such a creative way to jazz up boring, plain oatmeal! We made some healthy Easter brunch recipes on our channel if anyone wants to check them out:)

  • Can you guys put the ingredients in the description box so I don’t have to watch the whole darn video 50 times to get the recipe? 

  • Ahhh I love this! I actually love all your recipes and cooking videos:) please keep them coming! && your gorgeous by the way <3

    p.s. so super funny that you had to set your keurig carousel on the floor!

  • I love this series a lot more than “Just Add Sugar” cause then I don’t feel like everything good for you has to be a call for diabetes >_<

  • This is my favorite savory oatmeal recipe
    1egg
    some water
    chicken broth
    seaweed
    salmon flake
    It’s kinda Japanese risotto(雑炊)
    I love it!! Let’s try it☺︎

  • I eat oats everyday-that now I can run faster than the six million dollar man; my real name is Steve Austin-I was a man barely alive-until I started eating oats….everyday; even at a confession booth at church. But Jeez, I saw my priest chowing down on oats too, although he tried to hide it. Why, I’ll never know…..

  • Oatmeal is probably my favourite food.. I wake up early every morning just because I’m excited for it. Ill definitely try out some of these toppings. And I love Ingrid in this video, she’s so much more chill than I usually see her. I can’t wait for ore in this series!

  • I love maple syrup as a sweetener. It adds such a depth of flavour. And that vanilla extract! So thick like molasses. Can you figure out a really yummy lemon bar recipe? I think if anyone can do it, you can. If not then I will have to suck it up and figure it out myself, which will probably hurt my brain. Cheers dude. I will be making these tomorrow. ☮️��

  • i once had a neighbor who made the most amazing cookies. everyone wanted to know her secret. (psst! she said to double the vanilla.)

  • I’m a fan of Ingrid, but think this series could benefit from not being over-directed.  Ingrids great to watch because she’s so natural but moments like 6:07 and 6:33 seem out of place and unnecessary.

  • I have no doubt these are amazing, you make some of the best treats I’ve ever had. Quality is amazing too man. Keep it up brother and great seeing you the other day.

  • The video doesn’t tell you how your body will change from eating oats, it provides a laundry list of the different nutrients you get from oats… another bait and click

  • I switch between oats and smoothies. Definitely feel better than when eating prepared junk. Just stay away from quaker oats. I started getting gas issues then found out they’ve been known to spray dangerous pesticides to dry up the oats right before harvest, and I haven’t had any issues since I started buying organic…

  • So many people virtue signaling about using raw fruit when I only came here to know the proper way to cook the apples. I didn’t have rolled oats only whole grain, which is horrible, but some people would brag about it.

  • It really do help with eczema��, I been trying to eat right get back in the gym and I work 7 days a week in a plant so the dirt breaks me out bad on my arms because of the sleeves I wear… once I changed my diet a little bit it started going away

  • i love oatmeal. i can it it sweet or savory. my favorite sweet one is brown sugar and peaches. my favorite savory is with cheese and sausage!

  • I could do without the skin demonstration by that odd girl with the awful haircut. She’s got bigger issues than an inflammatory condition.

  • 1 cup oats
    3 cup milk
    Finely sliced banana ��
    4 roasted almonds
    1 teaspoon of honey ��
    Little bit Cow ghee
    And 2 oreo biscuits..

    Yummmyyy…..

    Try atleast ones,��������

  • I am watching this the day she told everyone she was gay, I think we talked a lot about her boyfriend to overcompensate, she is so strong��

  • I prefer my apples uncooked too. This is a better option.:)
    Not to be mean or anything, but I just don’t get why some people feel the need to “ask” for permission to make the recipes shown a little different. It’s not like All Recipes will have the food police come knocking on your door. Do it however you want. There’s no right or wrong way. Just saying…

  • How can there be 191% of manganese when percentages are only measured up to 100 it seems like you can’t be bothered calculating it properly

  • Is it ok to heat chia seed? I read somewhere i forgot its said chia seed is consumed with room temp water or cold ones not to be heated �� well i might be wrong i dunno lol ��

  • Here you are again finally! Bringing back that cookies game again, they look amazing!���� ok so, soon it s going to be my birthday, any chances to have “make your cookies with Phitzee” kind of gift this year?����

  • Breakfast is the most important meal of the day is a myth. Started with certain breakfast food companies. They’re not bias right? Lol.

  • Oats (50 gms) + 10 finely chopped almonds (soaked over night) + water. Let it rest for 30 mins
    Add one scoop of whey protein isolate (25 gms protein) mix the whole thing together and eat.