Keep rolls of cookie dough in the refrigerator or freezer. These could be great for OAMC. The recipe calls for quick cooking oats, but I used the long cooking ones that I have on hand.
Time does not include chill time for dough.
source: Farm Journal Country Cookbook
This recipe comes from the Farm Journal's Country Cookbook. I love these wafflles because they are so rich you don't need to put butter on them. They melt in your mouth. I make them in a traditional waffle iron, not a Belgian iron. (Also, you don't have to separate the eggs.)
This recipe is based on an article in the San Jose Mercury News by Stacy Diaz. I tried it and didn't need near as much water as the recipe indicated. The dough should not be sticky. This recipe is healthier since it uses oil instead of shortening.
This makes a great summer potluck dish. The ingredient list is flexible. You can substitute cilantro for green onion. Char siu and kamaboko can be found in oriental markets. I got this recipe from a Hawaiian friend