Steel Cut Oats Breakfast Bowl

Breakfast Bowl Charts New Direction Food bowls are all the rage. Why not reimagine the breakfast bowl. Oats are core and maybe you have yet to try the steel cut variety. They offer a chewy texture and are easy to prepare. They hang well in the fridge for second and thirds later in the week….

Fruit Crisp

Baked Fruit Under a Crunchy Topping – It’s a Winner Takes All Dessert! Crisps of fruit, nuts, and oats, are a simple tradition and a great finish to the meal. Over the years I have made countless combinations of fruits and nuts to highlight the season or when there’s an abundance of fruit on hand….

Almond Thumbprint Cookies

Quick, Sturdy and Top Shelf –  These Cookies are Classics For those who don’t like to bake, use rolling pins, sifters, nor fuss with cookie cutters,  these drop cookies are entry level baking greatness! RECIPE: Makes 16 to 20 almonds, raw,  2 cups  rolled oats, 1 cup  cinnamon, 1/4 tsp salt, 1/8 tsp  maple syrup,…

Night Time Oatmeals

These Two Breakfast Dishes are My All-Time Favorites For a quarter century I have been an oatmeal fan with a twist. I learned to make it at night before going to bed. The recipes are super quick to fix, and yield a hardy bowl of breakfast. Last year I found this cold oatmeal and love-love-love…

Pecan Cookies

These Cookies Yield a Crispy Texture with Easy-Peasy Instructions RECIPE: Makes about 30 pecans, 1 cup, chopped flour, pastry, 1-1/4 cups, [whole wheat is good] rolled oats, 1-1/4 cups salt, 1/2 tsp maple syrup, 1/4 cup vegetable oil, bland, 1/2 cup rice vinegar, 1 tsp vanilla extract, 1 tsp INSTRUCTIONS: Preheat oven to 350 degrees….