1 cup water or milk or apple juice
a pinch of salt (optional)
Place in microwaveable bowl & cook on high for 2 1/2 minutes
Cook for 1 1/2 to 2 minutes more
See if you want another 1/2 minute
Add other good things to eat: nuts, honey, maple syrup, raisins, cut up fruit, cinnamon- and warm up your tummy with breakfast.
OK. You say you've tried this, but the oatmeal climbs up the sides of the bowl and bubbles over while you're busy getting your coffee?
What you need is a bigger bowl. A taller bowl. A microwaveable one that has generous capacity and a yen to contain your oatmeal. (One that later in the day will hold enough tuna salad or a side dish of pasta or veggies for your family of three or four.)
|Bowls for microwaving oatmeal...or warming soup...or reheating pasta...a great size for lots of things!|
Finished size will be about 7" in diameter x 3.5" tall. No way will your oatmeal be climbing out.
The colors on these oatmeal bowls is still in the raw. After firing, assuming I put clear glaze over them, the back one will be muted orange, the middle row ones chartreuse green and dark peach, and the front pale pink and ice blue. The color will darken and deepen with firing. Or so I am guessing- these are new commercial underglazes that I am trying out under my own glazes.
A homey and extremely useful bowl for fall and winter!