Monday, December 9, 2013

Oatmeal in a Jar: Faster (and Healthier) than McDonald’s

Oatmeal in a Jar
  • Pour dry rolled oats (not instant) into a canning jar to the halfway point. I don’t care what size canning jar you use. A half-pint jar will make one serving; a pint jar will make two servings; and a quart will make four servings. You choose what will work best for your situation.
  • Add a handful of extras if you’d like: chopped nuts, flax seeds, dried fruit…whatever suits your fancy.
  • Add a bit of honey or maple syrup or brown sugar. Top it off with a sprinkle of cinnamon.
  • Pour boiling water into the jar to the bottom of the threads. Screw on lid and invert the jar a couple of times to mix the water with the dry ingredients. Let the jar sit on your counter while you finish getting ready for work or school. Or tuck it into your bag and take it with you for breakfast at your desk. Wherever you let it rest, in 15 minutes it will be ready to eat. Add a little butter or milk if you like.


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