Our previous blog tells how to make Oatmeal the right way, this blog shows how McDonald’s is making Oatmeal the wrong way.
Oatmeal should be made with primarily one ingredient, not twenty one! Sure, at home you can add a little brown sugar, cinnamon, nuts, apples or milk, but you are doing so sparingly and with ingredients that are fresh without chemicals (McDonald’s “cream” has seven ingredients??)
I’m sure McDonald’s knows that once you walk into a McDonald’s you aren’t going to order just Oatmeal, they are just trying to get you in the door.
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