Oatmeal Popular?

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Since I'm a rookie, just wondering if oatmeal is popular in the cooler months.  Today was our first really cool monrning in the N. Georgia mts. (44 degrees...hallalujah!) and I like oatmeal but just wondered if guests do.  Any good recipes?  Have any of you tried the overnight in the crock pot oatmeal?  Thanks!

Mary Jo

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I serve the baked oatmeal as a starter since it is filled with fruit.  Warmed milk or half & half is a nice addition... I usually check with guests prior to make sure they like oatmeal.. it's a texture thing!

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Oatmeal is like serving broccoli to a kid, imnvho, at a B&B. Unless it is part of a boo-fay breakfast and guests can choose it or not choose. A hot breakfast is in order for sure.

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Of course I would be serving a hot breakfast also, just wanted to maybe add oatmeal as a side item. 

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OK...with your glowing reviews on your breakfast, I would not be serving oatmeal there unless it's in a little side ramekin or something.  jmvvho... 

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I would like it...provided there were other things besides oatmeal being served.

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I haven't tried the crockpot recipe for oatmeal... will do that one of these days.  I'll add a recipe for baked oatmeal that I found on Allrecipes.com

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