All of the wonderful cinnamon-nutmeg-buttermilk deliciousness of the fried version, but none of the splattery oily mess to clean up because they're baked instead of fried. This was sent to me in an email.
Another great recipe Schwan's - No more standing by the stove to cook pancakes for the family. Now you can bake pancake batter into warm, wonderful, fluffy pancake-muffins. Young and old will love this new twist!
This recipe has only four common ingredients, is easy to double or triple, and makes a good meal for those who are on a diet. Even better, it's vegan! In my opinion the cookies taste best right out of the oven, so don't hesitate to serve immediately. (;
The ingredient measurements are estimates, since I make this without measuring anything but the oats. If they aren't sweet enough, add your sweetener of choice.
This was given to us by our family doctor to help with managing cholesterol. I like it just because it tastes good and freezes well for an in-a-hurry-breakfast.
Many variations and adaptations are possible as well, so try it this way first then experiment and enjoy.
This recipe has been sitting in my "to try" box since 1998. I finally got around to it and my kids LOVED it. One pan was almost not enough for the 4 of us!! My family will not eat nuts, so I left them out, but I can only imagine how good it would be were I able to put them in.
SO SIMPLE! Easy to make and full of cinnamon flavor! The topping goes on the donut before baking and offers a crusty sugar-cinnamon coating. Makes a great weekend breakfast or snack. Leftovers (if any) freeze well.
We tried this over the Christmas holidays and it was a hit! Love that it leaves the morning free from cooking during family get-togethers. It originally came from the Allrecipes site, and we made a few changes.
A tasty, baked recipe for oatmeal. I obtained this recipe from a B&B in Sechelt, BC where I stay often; this is a real favourite with their guests. The recipe comes from another website, but originates from the Morical House Garden Inn in Ashland, Oregon.
From "Eight Weeks to Optimal Health". I haven't tried it yet but want to post it for safekeeping.
Dr Weil says: Here is an unusual, healthy dessert made from the staple grain-like seed of the high Andes, now available in specialty food shops and health-food stores.
Easily ADDICTIVE! These colorful bars provide crunchiness, energy and a cure for the munchies! Great for lunchboxes, hikes, trips or after a workout at the gym. Our hands can't stay out of the cookie jar on these!