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oatmeal tapioca pudding

Discussion in 'Healthy Recipes' started by pjdavis, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. pjdavis Cathlete

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    Here's a twist on oatmeal that combines your protein serving...for those of us that can't swallow one more bite of oatmeal!

    1 pack instant oatmeal, plain or flavored
    2/3 C water
    1/3 C egg whites

    Microwave for 1 min. I add a touch of half and half before serving. It's a great breakfast!
     
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  2. thomsonjack New Member

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    Tapioca Starch | Tapioca Pearls | Gluten-Free Flour

    Tapioca and its derivatives are used in a variety of food applications. Tapioca starches are widely used in baking applications, frozen foods, dry mixes, soups, sauces, gravies, snacks, instant foods, noodles and meat and fish dishes. Tapioca starch does not require high heat to thicken quickly and produces sheen, which is an attractive attribute for fruit pie filings. Tapioca starch is quite versatile and can also be used in a variety of baked goods and extruded snacks.

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    Gluten-Free Flour
     
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  3. mom418 Cathlete

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    Could you use old fashioned oats for the same result?
     
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  4. ElleJay Cathlete

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    Ok - and? are you a real member? 2 posts and one of them is nonsense... :rolleyes:

    If you are legit, my apologies, I am very tired of spam in my other accounts and their malicious links.
     
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  5. ElleJay Cathlete

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    This looks great to boost my protein up for the day and keep my oatmeal, too :) Thanks!
     
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