The Mini Post

Is there anyone who is satisfied with one packet of instant oatmeal?  



(I guess a one sentence post is better than nothing.  I got the idea from Peter --  a blogging friend for five years.)

Comments

Intense Guy said…
Yes, I am, if it's a really large packet.

:)
Jill said…
my husband likes to put one packet of 'brown sugar, etc' and one packet of fruit flavored oatmeal.

I dont eat oatmeal.
Bethany said…
No. And I think I may jump on Peter's train too.
Sayre said…
Nope. And instant oatmeal doesn't have the same power-punch that regular oatmeal has. I never use the instant stuff.
yeeww oatmeal..I only like it in cookies:)
Dawn said…
I have been eating oat bran for the last few months, part of my diet. It doesn't come in instant, but only takes about a minute in the microwave anyway.
Janis said…
Yep...enough for me n the hubs.
Ms. Kathleen said…
I use quick not instant because the boys would have 3 or 4 packets for breakfast alone! It was just to expensive!
Steve Skinner said…
That's pretty much how I begin my day.
LadyStyx said…
Everyone knows that the true serving is a double packet ;)
kailani said…
My kids . . . :-)
kitten said…
I rather have gritts, I love the last pic of the thinking blogger.
It's good to see you
Living Life said…
I do oatmeal almost every morning, but I fix the old fashioned oats. 1/2 cup is only 2 weight watcher points - LOL!!

I love your mini post. Short n sweet! Great idea!
mark said…
Depends - how much bacon is there to go with the oatmeal?
That's why I use buy the carton :).
Carmi said…
I always go for two. Unless I'm heaping it directly from a bulk bag of the stuff. And then I'm putting way more in my bowl than I oughta. It's the perfect antidote to the Canadian winter.
nancypants said…
I ask that question every time I rip open three of them.
Peter said…
When did I ever advise one line posts Pamela???

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