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  1. Hi Diane, Your recipes are totally AMAZING!!! You are so brilliant ! This recipe sounds so yummy, except I cannot tolerate eggs. Can you make a suggestion. Could I use gelatin (Great Lakes – Red Container), How much would you think? Couple of Tablespoons? Thank you in advance –
    And you ROCK!!!

    1. Sure! You probably want to also leave out the eggs (and not heat the mixture) so that you don’t kill the good bacteria in your yogurt, but then you won’t really have an oatmeal substitute. Whole milk yogurt with vanilla bean, cinnamon, banana and nuts is a delicious breakfast or snack.

  2. Hi, I made this recipe and entered my own nutritional information into my tracker and I’m coming up with 305 calories per serving (4 per recipe). Since this is so off from yours, I’m wondering if I’m missing something and using the wrong kind of canned coconut milk. The link to yours in this recipe is broken, could you please advise? The next highest ingredient for me is chia seeds. I use the ones from the bulk bins at Whole Foods and they are 280 calories for 1/4 cup.

    1. Hi Tamara,

      This recipe is a swap for oatmeal, therefore it does not include oatmeal. Let us know if you try it! —Moriah, Team 21DSD

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