If you’re looking for homemade bread with a lot of body, and a touch of sweetness, then this Oatmeal Honey […]
The texture of this baked steel cut oatmeal is truly incredible. I love the heartiness that each spoonful transports to my waiting taste buds and hungry tummy knowing that both will be happy, and satisfied!
Plus, as a bonus, there will be no more of that pesky growling and grumbling from my stomach until lunchtime.
Everyone in my family loves when I make oatmeal cookies, and I love to experiment with my baking! Since it’s (almost) autumn, I’ve been cooking and baking a lot with apples. Hence today’s recipe for Apple Oatmeal Cookies with White Chocolate and Pecans. 🙂
How often do you eat oatmeal? I know some people that eat it religiously every morning. I wish I was that dedicated, but I’m not. I do however love a good bowl of oatmeal for breakfast from time to time, but I also love my oatmeal cookies, oatmeal bread, and, of course, oatmeal muffins. You’ll find all the recipes items I just listed above in this Outrageous Oatmeal Recipe Roundup so please have fun collecting new recipes. I know I will.
The idea for these Gluten Free Maple Bacon Oatmeal Cookies came to me while I was walking down the breakfast aisle of the grocery store. At the time I needed to replenish my stock of quick cooking oats. As I grabbed the oats and tossed them into my cart I glanced the maple syrup that was across the aisle. Right then and there I had my light bulb moment!
Delicious Gluten-Free Orange Cranberry Cookies are the perfect cookie for when you want something sweet, but also something healthy that won’t spike your blood sugar and still be completely satisfying.
The addition of mashed bananas and rolled oats fill the bill nicely for these Peanut Butter Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies. The result is a deliciously soft cookie that can also fit seamlessly into the breakfast category. LOL! You can thank me later!
These No-Bake Oatmeal Cashew Coconut Bars come together in a snap, and with no baking required they couldn’t be easier to […]
Chocolate lovers, do I have a cookie for you! These crispy Choco Oat Toffee Chip Cookies will satisfy your desire […]
When making this smoothie, I suggest that you cut up your own pineapple and that you don’t remove the core. It is within the core that an enzyme called bromelain is found. Bromelain is a natural pain reliever, blood thinner, anti-coagulant, and also a natural anti-inflammatory agent.