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I only eat oatmeal at work. I have always made it with the hot water from the water cooler. Today, I am at home so I followed the microwave directions. One word: paste. Now I know why everyone complains about it.

So the tip is:.

Add hot water to your oatmeal until you get the consistency that you want...

Comments (12)

Thanks for the tip. I like the oatmeal usually but I do find it comes out a little "pasty" at times. I'm going to try this trick next time...

Comment #1

I like it now,I also add water to make it better and a little sugar free syrup..

Comment #2

Oatmeal is one my favorites; I find that I like it made with more water so I can drink it instead of needing to eat with a spoon...

Comment #3

Ugh, I still hate the oatmeal and am glad that we only have a few packs left. I found that if I soak it overnight then I can at least eat it. It gags me otherwise (And I am not a picky eater)...

Comment #4

My oatmeal trick is - I add 3/4 cup to the bowl as soon as I get up. Take my shower, do other stuff...let it sit for 1 hour then microwave for 2 minutes. Let sit for at least 5 minutes before eating. It comes out perfect for me...

Comment #5

Wow, people make oatmeal with the oatmeal?? I have only used mine for muffins. The blueberry muffins are fantastic!..

Comment #6

I make oatmeal at work with hot water almost every day, and lovvve it..

Comment #7

Easy peasy. Take muffin, I mean oatmeal packet, empty into container and add 1/4 t. baking soda, 1/8 t. baking powder. In a separate bowl, combine 1/3 cup water with 1 t. vinegar and a dash of vanilla (optional).

I get two silicon cupcake-sized baking cups pretty maxed out with one serving..

I read that they're better cold, so I always put them in the fridge for my 9:30 meal the next day. I've never tried them warm, they could be sublime..

I don't have a microwave so I don't know how to make them that way but I'm sure experiments would yield edible results..

Comment #8

I hated the oatmeal so I was making them into muffins and I love them that way.

But ..................

The other day I tried the Maple one as oatmeal and really liked it - finally!.

Guess it is true - tastes change over time...

Comment #9

This is a great tip! I only used 1/2 a cup of water from the hot water side of the cooler and it turned out great. Much easier too and no risk of bubbling over in the microwave...

Comment #10

The first time I tried the oatmeal I thought it was downright nasty. Then I tried a different flavor and did an additional stir. The secret is in that last stir. I make it just how the package says, however after I let it sit at the end, it needs another stir. This magically brings it back to what I would consider normal oatmeal consistency. Without that stir it's like paste...

Comment #11

I take my oatmeal and mix it in a cup with approx 5-6 tbsp of water ,stir good, then dump into a coffee cup , put in micro for apprx 70 sec, if you touch it and feels a little damp nuke it a few sec longer,, apple one is very good and so is maple .....

Comment #12


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