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Baked oatmeal with mixed berries, banana, maple syrup and walnuts

Well so much for that rainy weekend we expected, still got some reading in though.

I’ve been wanting to try this recipe, ever since I purchased Super Natural Every Day by Heidi Swanson.  I’ve been a longtime fan of  Heidi’s blog, 101 Cookbooks, in fact hers was one of the first food blogs I started reading a few years back.

I loved this luscious, fruity and nutty dish, it was gorgeous.  I knew I was going to like it, aside from using some of my favourite ingredients, around 10 minutes before it was ready the fragrance from the oven was fantastic; all sweet, cinnamony, reassuring and pudding-like, and for breakfast.

I used strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries and sweetened the oats with maple syrup instead of sugar.  I also had mine with a dollop of Greek yoghurt and a bit more maple syrup.  It tasted exactly as it should – this was a treat for sure.

Link to recipe

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    1. December 2, 2011

      Emma-I could eat radishes by the bunch too. I love them so much! I also love the Japanese Daikon radish, cut up in cubes, or slices, and kept in the fridge in salty water for more crispiness.
      Cute gift items, to check out…love the baked oatmeal. checked out the link for the recipe. Thanks for sharing!
      Hugs,

    2. December 8, 2011

      What a yummy preparation! Loved this recipe and the way you write. I am fond of food and I think there is a lot to learn from you! Your photography is praiseworthy too. Do you have a facebook page? Please feel free to follow my blog as well as my FB page (Cosmopolitan Currymania)and I’ll follow your wonderful blog as well!!
      http://cosmopolitancurrymania.blogspot.com

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