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    Default For Barb--Baked PA Dutch Oatmeal

    Baked PA Dutch Oatmeal 6 Servings 3 or 4 pts.

    Combine: 2 c. boiling water, 2 c. f.f. milk, 2 c. oatmeal and 1/2 t. salt. Let sit for 5 min.

    Stir in: 3/4 c. ch. apricots or raisins, 2 med. apples or pears, chopped, 2 t. cinnamon, 3 T. brown sugar, honey, molasses, maple syrup or s. f. syrup.

    Spray a 9", deep pan with butter spray. Spread mixture in pan and cover with foil. Bake in preheated 350 oven for 40 min., uncover and bake until firm on top and solid in center. Cool and store, covered in fridge. Cut in wedges. Serve warm with s.f. syrup if desired. I've never tried it cold, but it's probably fine.

    3 pts. with apricots and apples. l96 cal., 2 gr. fat, 5 gr. fiber. (179 cal with s.f. syrup)

    3 pts. with apricots and pears. 202 cal., 2 gr. fat., 5 gr. fiber.

    4 pts. with raisins and apples. 241 cal., 2 gr. fat., 5 gr. fiber.

    4 pts. with raisins and pears. 247 cal., 2 gr. fat, 5 gr. fiber.

    If you use prunes, it is 6 gr. fiber.

    I cut in 8 pcs. rather than 6, and mix dried fruits together. I only use apples as I find pears don't have a strong enough flavor for my taste. I added l t.

    vanilla and sprinkle cinn. and sugar lightly on the top. I still call it 3 or 4 pts. to be safe.

    Let me know if you make it and how you like it.
    Selma/Shana1
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    Selma, thanks for posting this. It looks delicious.
    Suzie

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    Default Re: For Barb--Baked PA Dutch Oatmeal

    This is absolutely fantastic! i like having the chunks of the apples in it. i added some cloves and nutmeg to the batter as well ... YUMMY! Even my DH likes it and he doesn't always like my WW recipes.


    Thanks for posting! I'm a baked oatmeal convert and will look at some of the other recipes as well. Will be a great thing to take to work for BK instead of the Raisin Bran bar all the time.
    Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out.

    Barb A

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    This is WONDERFUL!!!! I think next time I will try blueberries in place of the apple. This is a real keeper!!! Thanks so much - I had this dish in Hershey, PA last year and I loved it. (I'm sure it was the much more fattening recipe) but this is so similar that I almost feel like I'm cheating.

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    bumping up for mimichan
    Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in and day out.

    Barb A

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