In a large mixing bowl combine the beaten eggs, milk, oatmeal, spices, onion, garlic and chicken broth until well combined. Add the hamburger meat and mix well with your hands or a very sturdy wooden spoon.If the mixture seems too loose add 1 to 2 tablespoons more of oatmeal to help absorb the liquid. Apr 12, 2011 · While searching for low sodium recipes, this one popped up. Strange, because it doesn't give the sodium level in the nutrition guide. I'm looking for recipes to make, freeze and transport to my 87 y.o. MIL a couple hours away. She can't cook for herself anymore. Add the water, white sugar, brown sugar and pure vanilla extract to the slow cooker. Heat the liquid on HIGH for 2 hours. You want the sugars mixed in with the liquid so they are no longer gritty. Turn off the slow cooker and add in the root beer extract and stir well.