POPSUGAR Food Poll Oatmeal For Lunch and Dinner Do You Eat Oatmeal Outside of Breakfast? by Susannah Chen 1/08/11 10 Shares Like us on Facebook In case you missed it, oatmeal's been everywhere, from Jamba Juice to McDonald's — and the culinary world's been all about reinterpreting rolled oats in ways both sweet and salty. I've been perfecting my own recipe in the New Year and eating plenty of it for dinner along the way. Which led me to wonder: how many of you eat oatmeal after breakfast hours? Read More Oatmeal For DinnerSavory OatmealCooking HabitsEating HabitsHealthyOatmealPoll POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Tech DIY Food Home Love and Sex Vegetarian Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. What’s Your Reaction? Thanks for your reaction Don’t forget to share this with your friends! 0 0 0 0 0 0 0Reactions amber512 4 years lol stellaRuby that's exactly why I can't eat oatmeal that anyone else has made. I use about HALF the amount of liquid any recipe calls for because I hate slimy oatmeal. Curlock-Holmes 4 years stellaRuby, have you tried steel cut oatmeal? it's very good, and has a nice, chewy texture. I love oatmeal, and I'd try it as a savory dish if someone served it to me, although I probably wouldn't attempt to make it myself. stellaRuby 4 years I can not do oatmeal. The texture reminds me of snot. xxstardust 4 years I rarely if ever actually eat oatmeal for breakfast - I'm such a carb fiend in the morning. I love oatmeal as a late-night snack ,though - it's pretty low calorie and very filling, so if I'm looking to munch late at night it'll fill me up so I stop stuffing my face. amber512 4 years I pretty much only like oatmeal one way. Mixed with cinnamon and vanilla Greek yogurt. RoaringSilence 4 years I'd have it if it were served to me, I guess, but I don't usually. I only ever eat it for breakfast in waves, anyway. I'll be all over it for two months and then not have any for four months.