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  1. says

    What a great use of leftover coffee grounds and oatmeal! It really sounds like a decadent dessert, and I love that there are some healthy ingredients in there to make it less guilty. I am going to pin this and I see myself making it in the very near future :)

    I also try hard to avoid wasting food. It happens at my house too, because life has a habit of getting in the way of my plans, but I think it’s fantastic to make concerted efforts at utilizing good food. Glad you shared this on Natural Living Monday!

  2. says

    Yum! I make oatmeal for my daughters, and they often don’t eat it all so I’ll put it in pancakes for them the next day. I bet we’d all enjoy this too! :-)

  3. Tara Steele says

    Hi, Tiffany,

    I am about to make this with leftover oatmeal — it uses some brewed leftover coffee, not the grounds, yes? Someone said she was using the grounds which might be cool but a bit too crunchy for my taste.

    I’ll let you know how company tonight likes it.

    Tara

    • Tiffany says

      Yes Tara, use the coffee, not the grounds – although the coffee is completely optional. No need to make some if you don’t already have some made. :) I hope your company likes it!!

      • Tara Steele says

        This was absolutely delicious and very easy to make. I was surprised at how tasty and rich textured it was. Didn’t have any leftover coffee, did have some raisins in the morning oatmeal so I added a few more. Outstanding recipe — I will intentionally make extra oatmeal now and then for this recipe, with its quite easy ingredients. I used butter rather than coconut oil because was easier to measure lol.

        Tara

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