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  • The cost of the oatmeal was printed on my receipt and was then deducted because of the coupon
  • I think this is kind of high for a fast food breakfast, but I guess really it is comparable
  • Overall, I would recommend this breakfast dish to anyone who is looking for a healthier choice

    • by mjcnv36
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      My teenage son went to McDonalds this week with a friend, and they gave him a coupon for a free fruit and maple oatmeal, the restaurant’s latest edition to the breakfast menu. He doesn’t like oatmeal, so he gave me the coupon. This morning I redeemed the coupon and had the oatmeal for breakfast.

      I found the serving size to be perfect; it was about one cup of oatmeal. My first impression was that it wasn’t too hot. The serving container said “Caution-Hot!”. Well, it wasn’t. It was lukewarm at best and I only


      live about two minutes from the nearest McDonalds so I feel the product should have been heated a little more. When I opened the lid, it did not look very good. The top looked milky and the bits of fruit were swimming in it. I stirred it up and tried it. It was actually quite tasty. I personally did not even detect any maple at all in the oatmeal; the flavor was nowhere to be found. The apples were real apples–fresh, cool and crunchy not the freeze dried variety. This was ...

      • a surprise. What I really loved in this oatmeal were the dried cranberries and raisins. Those ingredients made the dish for me. Something else I really liked was that the nutritional information was printed right on the container and this oatmeal has only 290 calories and four and a half grams of fat. Now, that might seem high for oatmeal but this makes an extremely healthy fast food breakfast compared with the other alternatives. I also liked that there is a lot of fiber in this breakfast too.

        The cost of the oatmeal

        was printed on my receipt and was then deducted because of the coupon; the price would have been $1.99. I think this is kind of high for a fast food breakfast, but I guess really it is comparable. Having a healthy breakfast is worth paying a little more instead of getting a fattening choice off of the dollar menu. Overall, I would recommend this breakfast dish to anyone who is looking for a healthier choice. Fiber, fresh fruit and flavor are combined for a choice you can’t really go wrong with, especially on a cold morning.




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