My oatmeal

I must be honest. I’ve stolen this recipe from my new favorite cookbook, “Cook Yourself Sexy,”  by Candice Kumai. I’ve made a few changes and additions, but the recipes are so delicious, I even ate oatmeal for lunch yesterday. Now, most of the time when I eat oatmeal, I’m hungry an hour later; but because of this recipe’s almond milk and peanut butter, I feel quite satisfied. For several hours.

Makes 2 servings:

  • 1 cup oatmeal (but not instant. I’ve been using the gluten-free version from Trader Joe’s)
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 cup water

Cook your oatmeal. Put it in a pretty bowl (it’s all about presentation). Add fresh raspberries (I’ve also used bananas). 1 tsp of your favorite peanut butter (I’ve tried almond butter but it’s just not as delicious). 1 tsp of your favorite Nutella-esque spread (Justin’s makes a healthier version, but it’s just a tsp, so go to town). Sit down and enjoy!