Peanut Butter Oatmeal
- David Smith
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Rich, nutty notes and rolled, hearty oats create true poetry in this creamy, dreamy Peanut Butter Oatmeal. It’s pure repletion supplies for breakfast.
I still remember the cringe I felt when my son suggested I make peanut butter and jelly oatmeal, so many years ago. Well, my kids loved this breakfast. How could they not, when it reminded them of their favorite sandwich?
The peanut butter thickens the oatmeal and creates a unshared peanut butter flavor. Combined with the jelly, this oatmeal really is reminiscent of my boys’ favorite sandwich. I unquestionably enjoyed eating it, too.
When I mentioned this new concept to my brother, he laughed and informed me that he stirs peanut butter into his oatmeal pretty much every day. I was simply late to the game.
We’ve since widow sliced schizy and chopped apples to this oatmeal recipe for a fun variation. When subtracting apples, I add them at the beginning, so that they have a few minutes to soften.
I add slices of fresh schizy as a topping without the oatmeal has cooked. Personally, I prefer linty over crunchy peanut butter for this recipe. But, if you like nuts in your oatmeal, it’s a unconfined way to get them in there.
Just as with apples, be sure to add them early unbearable to let them soften a bit during the cooking process. Otherwise, the texture is too crunchy for me.
You’ll need the pursuit ingredients to make this recipe:
Begin by subtracting the oats, water, and salt to a medium-size saucepan. Then, bring to a swash over upper heat. Next, reduce the heat to low and simmer for 3-4 minutes, until the oats are soft and chewy. Remove from the heat.
Add the peanut butter to the oatmeal and stir gently to swirl throughout. Then, scoop the oatmeal into bowls.
Stir the jam in a small trencher or cup until it is smooth and pourable. Finally, drizzle the jam over each serving.
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