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Karen’s Mock Oatmeal

Posted by Solitary Dancer on July 29, 2007

Karen always comes up with the best recipes!  Here’s another one that I’m sure you will enjoy!

Thanks Karen!


2 oz cream cheese
1 egg
1 tablespoons almond meal
1 tablespoon flax meal

(If you prefer, you can replace the tablespoon of almond meal with an extra tablespoon of flax meal.)

Soften the cream cheese in the microwave.  Beat in the egg and then the rest of the ingredients.

Cook on high in the microwave until well cooked (about one minute) and then mash with a fork until the mixture resembles oatmeal.  

Pour on some no-sugar maple syrup (we use Walden Farms brand but there are others) and cover with cream.  It’s so delicious – tastes very like real oatmeal but even better IMO!


Here’s a testimonial to just how good Karen is at creating delicious goodies.


This is the one I use, at least 3 times a week, and it’s the best I’ve tried.  Instead of no-sugar maple syrup, I use about two tablespoons of cream mixed with two tablespoons of caramel (or French vanilla) DaVinci.  I used to put a packet of Splenda on it too, but don’t anymore, and it’s certainly sweet enough.



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