PRIZE DRAWING: Because I Think Some of You Need More Fiber in Your Diet

Did you know there’s Weight Watchers Smart Ones oatmeal?

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you probably knew that because we’ve reviewed two of the three varieties: Apples & Cinnamon (which we reviewed), Peaches & Cream, and Maple & Brown Sugar (which we also reviewed).

Well, the folks at Weight Watchers Smart Ones want some of you to try their oatmeal, so they sent us five coupons to give away to five lucky Impulsive Buy readers.

To enter The Impulsive Buy’s Smart Ones Coupon Giveaway, leave a comment with THIS post. You can say whatever you want in your comment, but it MUST INCLUDE how you like your oatmeal. Thick? Topped with Hershey’s syrup? In a boat? With a goat?

Please don’t forget to fill out the email field because we’ll be emailing the randomly selected winners for their mailing addresses. The Impulsive Buy will stop accepting entries on Thursday, September 12, 2013 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older.

For those of you who have a Twitter account, you can get an additional entry by tweeting the following by Thursday, September 12, 2013 11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time:

Hey @theimpulsivebuy! With all the junk food you eat, maybe you should @eatyourbest. Or eat oatmeal every so often. #SmartOnesOatmeal

So just copy, paste, and tweet. Only one tweet per Twitter account.

Good luck!

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This post was created in partnership with Smart Ones®. All opinions are my own.

98 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Because I Think Some of You Need More Fiber in Your Diet”

  1. oatmeal made with different grains, topped with pancake syrup, almonds and freeze dried fruit, then baked until its crunchy!!!

  2. I prefer oatmeal with bananas and some kind of nut butter. Sometimes if I’m feeling crazy I put jelly in there too. Yummy times, I tell you.

  3. very very thick. like half of the recomended amount of water, then topped with brown sugar, peanut butter and milk

  4. I like a soft oatmeal, one that isn’t so thick you need to cut it, but not runny. I guess that’s the “al dente” of oatmeal, if you get it.. Then I add copious amounts of cinnamon on top. No fruit. I don’t do fruit in my oatmeal.

  5. In the summer, I love overnight oatmeal! Oats soaked with yogurt, milk, fruit overnight. Just as satisfying as a warm bowl of oats in the winter, but suited for warmer weather!

  6. I eat my oatmeal thickish with brown sugar. But I feel inspired by some of the ways other people here eat it.

  7. Plain oatmeal, the steel cut oats kind are best. A little salt doesn’t hurt either, but I don’t mind bland. Isn’t it funny how comments only blow up during these giveaways? ???????!

  8. I once made savory oatmeal using oats, milk, spinach, salt and pepper, green onions, and a bit of cheese. It was surprisingly tasty.

  9. I like mine on the thinner side, cooked with milk and a very ripe banana. I often add flax or chia seeds while cooking as well. Yum! My favorite breakfast

  10. I top my oatmeal with a sprinkle of brown sugar and milk. I like it soupy, and I dislike waiting for it too cool.

  11. I like my oatmeal drowned in milk with syrup and sugar in it. Even if it already has those things in it.

  12. My favorite combo is oatmeal with a spoonful of peanut butter and some strawberry jam–peanut butter and jelly oatmeal! Really though, try it.

  13. I like my oatmeal with about a pound of butter. OK, not really that much, but way more than enough to cancel out any nutritional benefit of the oatmeal.

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