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Synonyms for oatmeal
ˈoʊtˌmil, -ˈmiloat·meal

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. oatmeal, burgoonoun

    porridge made of rolled oats

    Synonyms:
    rolled oats, burgoo

  2. oatmeal, rolled oatsnoun

    meal made from rolled or ground oats

    Synonyms:
    rolled oats, burgoo

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  1. List of paraphrases for "oatmeal":

    oats, porridge, oat, mush, cereal

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  1. Mackenzie Burgess:

    Pumpkin is beneficial for weight loss because it’s largely made up of water, so it is low in calories while still containing many nutrients, try adding more pumpkin to your diet by making pumpkin soup, pumpkin oatmeal, roasted pumpkin, or pumpkin energy bites.

  2. Walter Willett:

    If someone replaces eggs with doughnuts, other refined starches and sugar or saturated fats, I'd rather they eat eggs, but for someone who really wants to be in optimal health. putting the emphasis on plant-based protein sources like steel-cut oatmeal and nuts would be a better way to go.

  3. Tanya Altmann:

    Best first foods for infants are avocado, pureed veggies, peanut-butter oatmeal and salmon, they all provide important nutrients that Healthy Babies need, help develop their taste buds to prefer healthy food and may decrease food allergies.

  4. Amy Kimberlain:

    A person may be eating oatmeal with plant-based milk and fruit for breakfast, and I'll ask them to add hemp seeds, flax seeds or chia seeds, or even a nut butter like peanut butter.

  5. Kelli McGrane:

    Rather than having sweetened oatmeal packets, make plain oatmeal and flavor with blueberries and cinnamon. I even like adding a pinch of cardamom for an extra flavor-punch.


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