- made with or containing oatmeal: oatmeal cookies.
Origin of oatmeal
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But will forgoing your morning oatmeal really lead to a leaner body and better athletic performance?Does Fasted Cardio Really Burn More Fat?
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The oatmeal is served with brown sugar, butter and cream, blueberries and raisins.
Oatmeal is made with extra-thick-cut Snoqualmie Falls oats, which pack a deep-roasted flavor.
In her cramped kitchen she mashed pork fat with oatmeal and sculpted a loaf, which she fried up in patties.‘Tracing the Blue Light’: Read Chapter 1 of Eileen Cronin’s ‘Mermaid’
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Have a small bowl of cereal with milk, nuts, pretzels, oatmeal, fresh fruit, whole grain crackers or air-popped popcorn.Can’t Sleep? Your Guide to a Better Night’s Rest
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Then add, by degrees, the oatmeal; stir until it forms a paste.
When boiling, sprinkle in the oatmeal, stirring all the time.
They cannot compare favourably with children fed on oatmeal, maize, and milk.
The liquor in which meat has been boiled makes an excellent soup for the poor, by adding to it vegetables, oatmeal, or peas.
Horace was even glummer than ever, as soggy as his own oatmeal.In a Little Town
- meal ground from oats, used for making porridge, oatcakes, etc
- a greyish-yellow colour
- (as adjective)an oatmeal coat
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Word Origin and History for oatmeal
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