Oatmeal Microwave Muffin

- POSTED ON: Feb 06, 2011

1 serving


2 egg whites
1/4 cup dry uncooked oatmeal
2 TB applesauce, unsweetened
1/4  tsp ground cinnamon
2 pkg Splenda


Spray 1 cup size microwavable bowl with non-stick coating.
Put 1/4 cup dry oatmeal into bowl.
Mix egg whites with cinnamon and Splenda in magic bullet or blender
Pour into bowl with oatmeal and str together with applesauce.
Microwave for 2 minutes.
Remove from bowl and cut into 6 pieces.

Calories 118
Carbs 15 g.
Protein 9.7 g.

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On Mar 21, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I have been staying away from oatmeal too. But this looks so good, I will need to try it!

On Mar 21, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             I had forgotten how much I like these. Since I made this video, I've decided to have them more often. Oatmeal is something my body tolerates well, and for me, these are worth a carb-trade or even a few extra net carbs.

On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I made these muffins this morning. I did not have applesauce, so I had a dilemma, use what I had or wait. I wanted to try them, so I used 1 tbs pumpkin butter (Trader Joe's) (to keep calorie counts approximately the same 1 opted or 1 tbs of sauce instead of 2. I worried it might not work being too dry.) As the pumkin was spiced and sweet, I did not use spices, sweetner. What a delicious treat. A very nice substitute for the box muffins the family was eating for over 60% savings in calories, carbs, and good food. I like oats and I wille at them in small quatities. I also felt like I was having a bread. Later, I bought some apple sauce and will try the recipe properly. When the muffin was baking it puffed up. I thought it would go over the sides but it did not. It baked like a souffle. I bought a nice 1 serving baking dish for these recipes. Too much fun.

On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, the pumpkin variation sounds delicious. This simple and easy recipe is one of my favorite breakfast taste treats.

On Apr 02, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Sorry about the typos. DS bought me some applesauce today when he was out. Watching this again with DH, I realized that I can use the applesauce elsewhere. One use that comes to mind is with my Fage yogurt.

On Apr 02, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, I usually keep a jar of unsweetened applesauce in my refrigerator most of the time. It lasts quite a while, and my husband likes applesauce as a side with grilled cheese sandwiches..something I make for him, but seldom have myself. He prefers sweetened applesauce, but I stopped buying it, just sprinkle a package of Splenda in his bowl before I serve it to him. Applesauce is a common substitute for fat in many of my homemade low-fat baking recipes, and, of course, a 1/4 or 1/2 cup of simple applesauce can be a nice side treat or desert.

On Apr 12, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
Bought some applesauce and will make these as a side for the split pea & ham soup for supper. Over half the cal/carbs of the muffins or cornbread the family usually has with soup. I look forward to trying the applesause in a variety of ways.

On Apr 12, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Hi Karen, These have always been a small meal for me as they are rather filling. If I were having extra food with them, it would probably be 1/2 cup of 0% Fage yogurt. If I were having bread with soup, I would not want to have a sweet tasting bread like this one. Perhaps you'll skip the splenda and use different spices? Let me know how it goes.

On Apr 13, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
I agree about skipping the splenda it was a bit too sweet with ham & split pea soup. Next time I make them and eat them as a side to a soup, I will rely on the sweetness from the applesauce to carry it. It must be noted: I ate every bit happily:-)

On Apr 13, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Yes, Karen, these ARE delicious.

On Jul 16, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
Are you saying the whole muffin is 118 calories, or each of the 6 pieces? Thanks.

On Jul 16, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Zlarkin, The entire muffin is 118 calories. Each of the 6 pieces would be 1/6 of that amount. I hope you like them. This is still a favorites that I eat frequently.

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