- 1-3/4 cups milk
- 1/2 cup packed brown sugar
- 1 egg, lightly beaten
- 1 cup quick-cooking oats
- 1 tablespoon butter or margarine
- 1. In a saucepan over medium heat, combine milk, brown sugar and egg. Cook, stirring constantly, for 5-7 minutes or until mixture boils. Add oats; cook and stir for 1 minute. Remove from the heat. Add butter; cover and let stand for 3-5 minutes.
1 cup: 290 calories, 9g fat (5g saturated fat), 75mg cholesterol, 108mg sodium, 45g carbohydrate (32g sugars, 2g fiber), 8g protein.
Jul 20, 2014
very good and easy to make
Jan 20, 2015
Why not an egg?
Nov 1, 2010
We really like this oatmeal. I do half the sugar and it is still plenty sweet. I also add about a quarter cup more oatmeal so it is a little bit thicker. I want to try it with apples in the fall, maybe raisins too.
Jun 18, 2012
super yummy...and yes the egg makes a difference. The creamy texture is very soothing and a welcome treat on cold mornings; a soothing treat; or a simple comfort food when my little 1's are under the weather. We don't use pre-packaged food in our diet, so the brown sugar was not an issue for me. There are many ways to cut down on extra sugars in 1's diet without denying one's self the yumminess of brown sugar. ;-) Just my take on it, to each their own.
Jan 28, 2012
This is a delicious treat and quite hearty. It stuck with me all morning. Thanks!
Jan 26, 2012
This oatmeal is so good!! I put in almonds and chopped apples...delish!!!
Jan 26, 2012
Way too much sugar and why an egg? Just put a little brown sugar and a dab of butter on your bowl of oatmeal instead. Same butterscotch flavor. Have an egg on the side!
Nov 8, 2011
This oatmeal is so tasty and easy to make. I just love it!
Jun 16, 2010
I was dissapointed with the flavor, definatly not butterscotch. I like the original version much better.
Jan 11, 2010
Just as a note to a previous review. The term butterscotch is usually given to things that are sweetened with brown sugar.Brown sugar is the main ingredient in 'butterscotch' recipes..You are probably referring to the artificial butterscotch flavoring most people are used to.