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Oatmeal with coconut milk and caramel




Oatmeal,,,Oh oatmeal, I will never cook it again in microwave :(  I always make a mess every time I cook oatmeal in microwave,  Even I follow cooking direction but still,I  always miss it :)
My shortcut breakfast turn into not short anymore because I have to clean up a mess LOL

By the way I don't like plain oatmeal, there is no taste to me,I like to add spices or add with something sweet and creamy, I add ground ginger mixed with dulce de leche for sweetness and add coconut milk in it.



 Ingredients : serve for 2
- 1 cup whole grain oats
- 2 cup water
- pinch of salt
- 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
- 2 Tbsp coconut milk
- 1 Tbsp caramel/ dulche de leche


preparation :

just follow direction on the package or,
on the stove top,bring water and salt to boil,stir in oat ,cook for about 3-4 minutes
add salt anf groud ginger and add coconut milk and dulche de leche ( caramel sauce )

Comments

  1. I love this idea! Adding coconut milk to my shopping list and making your oatmeal this weekend.

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  2. Wow!!! so creative making a dessert with oatmeal. Nice and love it so much.

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  3. This is something I have tried before and I loved it! The taste of coconut milk works so well in oatmeal!

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  4. Great way to make bland old oatmeal taste like a yummy decadent dessert! I agree... sometimes the convenience of the microwave is not worth the clean up. :)

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  5. Like you, I don't like plan oatmeal. I like that you added coconut milk to the oatmeal.

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  6. Oh, great idea to add coconut milk to the oatmeal! And of course, the caramel! Yum!

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  7. Oh yummy! This sounds like such a fabulous idea for oatmeal =)

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  8. Oooh, I've never thought of adding caramel to oatmeal...YUM!

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  9. New way of eating oatmeal. Love the idea of adding coconut milk. :)

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  10. oatmeal is not my favorite, but i would like to try your ideas...for a change.

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  11. This looks so good- I love oatmeal and am always looking for different ways to eat it! Never tried coconut milk in it before but will have to!

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  12. Caramel and oatmeal, never thought of this combination before. Would love to try it sometime!

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