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Food Network has a good pear and oatmeal crisp recipe by pastry chef Gale Gand. The recipe yields four to six servings and takes about 50 minutes to prepare. More »

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Oatmeal cookie recipes, like other cookie recipes, can be made more interesting with the addition of chocolate chips and nuts to add texture. Raisins may also be added or used instead of chocolate chips for a more comple... More »

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To make meat loaf with oatmeal, combine ground beef, chopped onion, tomato sauce, oatmeal, salt and pepper. Bake the finished meat loaf at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 1 hour. More »

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Martha Stewart's blueberry crisp recipe is a good recipe that comes from a June 2009 issue of Martha Stewart Living. The recipe makes eight servings. More »

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One easy apple crisp recipe comes from Betty Crocker and is recommended for the apple season when medium, tart apples can be purchased fresh and flavorful. It requires the baker to combine apples with dry ingredients and... More »

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Chow.com offers an easy and highly rated recipe for apple oatmeal crisp. It serves eight people and uses a combination of Granny Smith and Golden Delicious apples. More »

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Food Network features a good apple crisp recipe that does not use oats. Rachael Ray's sister created this recipe, and Rachael Ray featured it on her show "30 Minute Meals." The recipe makes four to six servings and takes... More »

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