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Found it: it was Tamiko who turned me onto using almond milk with the oats

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Posted to Thread #20233 at 5:03 pm on Mar 22, 2011

Tamiko: Josh here's what I do, except I use steel-cut oats, not rolled....R

ec: Almond Butter Oatmeal
Posted: Mar 27, 2003 9:27 AM

I got the idea for toasting the oats from Cook's Illustrated, but the rest evolved on it's own. Hope you give it a try!

Almond Butter Oatmeal
1 C steel-cut oats
2 tsp or so butter
2 cups almond milk or rice milk (rice milk makes a sweeter oatmeal, but if you're watching carbs, use the almond milk or half of each)
2-3 Tbl almond-butter
Dash of salt

Toast oats in 2 tsp butter for 5-7 minutes on med heat. Bring milk to boil while oats are toasting and add oats when they are nutty brown. Reduce heat to low and simmer for approx 25 minutes with a lid on. When oats are finished, stir in almond butter which will further thicken the oatmeal. Top with ground flax, our whatever you so esire!

Makes 2 servings (for me, anyways) Reheat the oatmeal in the microwave by adding a bit of water or milk.


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