Oats are the edible cereal grains produced by the cereal grass of the same name. Oats are light tan in color. They have a nutty flavor and a chewy texture and must be hulled before they can be eaten. Whole oats minus the hulls are called groats.
Apples and Oats Biscotti
With lots of apples and oats , these biscotti are like apple crisp in cookie form. Serve for breakfast, dessert, or a snack with a mug of hot spiced cider.
Overnight Oats with Fruit
Make ahead and wake up to a sweet, substantial treat with this fruit-and-nut flavored oat cereal breakfast.
Spicy Apple-Kasha Muffins
If you can't find ground roasted buckwheat groats in your grocery store, ask for kasha--its commonly used name. Check the package label before buying. Kasha is available in fine, medium, and coarse grinds.
peanut butter quinoa blondies
quinoa in to flour, just like you can grind oats to make oat flour, kasha (or buckwheat groats ) in to buckwheat flour and numerous other grains ..... you have is one coffee grinder, you can run oats or plain rice through it to clean it out and absorb
Oatmeal — Over-the-Top: Food News
re not doing it right. See, the cooked oats are just the beginning. Add in everything from fruit ..... s the Savory Oatmeal Skillet (quick oats , corn, black beans, roasted potatoes ..... while Northern Spy serves up steel-cut oats with spiced mascarpone, raisins, and brown sugar
Slow Cooker Pumpkin Granola
I'm pushing it. It's still summer, I know. I can't help it --- we picked out all the school supplies and then the pumpkin candle aisle got me. And all of a sudden I NEEDED a bit of fall right this very second. The kids start school again on the 27th, and even though the weather is still hot out (this is actually the SF Bay Area's best weather of the year; if you ever come for a visit, pick somewhere between the end of August through the first week of October if you can swing it) (and by hot, I mean 75 which I know for a lot of you isn't hot but we're big babies here, so feel free to completely ignore me), and I'm still doing laundry from last week's beach trip I wanted something fall-ish. so I made granola. My friend Jennifer ( not this one or this one or this one or this one ) made a batch of granola to take on our beach trip and we ate it every day over greek yogurt in the room so we didn't pay the *exorbitant* hotel breakfast prices. this isn't her recipe; she says she doesn't really have one. I've made granola in the slow cooker before, and like that I can wander away from it and not have it burn. I wanted to use leftover canned pumpkin, so it did need to cook longer than I thought it should so it wasn't a soggy mess. And, you should put dried fruit in near the end so they don't shrivel up on you. enjoy! The Ingredients. serves 12 (lasts 5-7 days in our house over yogurt for breakfast for 5 people) (freezes well, the raisins will get hard, but then soften again) 5 cups of rolled oats (we use certified gluten free) 3/4 cup canned pumpkin puree 1/2 to 3/4 cup honey (start with the smaller amount) 1 cup whole almonds (or use toasted pumpkin seeds) 1 cup dried cranberries/raisins or mixture (add last hour) 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 3/4 teaspoon kosher salt The Directions. Use a large slow cooker -- I used a 6.5-quart. It's not a typo that I didn't add any butter or oil; I wanted to see if it would work without any, and it did! The pumpkin helped to coat the oats and provided enough moisture to keep it from burning and the honey did a good job of providing sweetness and a bit of a binder. Stir everything but the dried fruit in. The honey will be gloppy--- just stir the best you can. Cover, and cook in a vented slow cooker (prop lid open with chopstick or wooden spoon) on high for 4 hours, stirring every 30 minutes or so. Add dried fruit the last 30-minutes to an hour. There really isn't an exact science here--- when you're happy with the texture and the consistency, it's done! Let cool completely-- the oats will get a bit harder and crispier after cooling (you can spread it all out on layers of foil or paper towels or parchment paper on the counter to speed up the cooling process). Store in an airtight container in either the fridge or the freezer. Hey Steph, how come you don't just bake it in the oven? Honestly, it's easier for me to set a timer for 30 minutes and come back and stir the pot throughout the day then it is for me to camp out in the kitchen for 30-45 minutes straight and stir every 5-10 minutes to keep the granola from burning. I just don't have that type of time unless the kids are asleep, and this way they can help stir. It's a lifestyle choice--- someday they won't be attached to my leg and I can open the oven door safely, but for now, it's just not an option! :-) Happy (almost) fall, and Happy (almost) school season! Stay Tuned this fall, because I'm going to be hosting daily giveaways again!! Also, it's time to reorder a new copy of Totally Together: Shortcuts to an Organized Life --- I'm so happy and proud of the way this journal turned out and has been received; thank you! bonus fun photo of a Pismo Beach Crab! . . . . Make sure to visit my store page for my books, recommended slow cookers, and other fun slow-cooking stuff. Thank you for your support! --steph
How to Make Oatmeal Cookies
all purpose flour and 2 cups of rolled oats . Okay, so let's get started on these ..... and now we're gonna go in with our oats . So, let's go ahead and drop that in ..... here we go. I'm just gonna fold in the oats . You kind of go all the way down and bringvanilla; 1-3/4 cups of all purpose flour and 2 cups of rolled oats . Okay, so let's get started on these delicious oatmeal cookies. First thing, we're gonna cream our butter. We're gonna beat this onbowl just like this, and now we're gonna go in with our oats . So, let's go ahead and drop that in, and we're gonna give this a big stir, here we go. I'm just gonna fold in the oats . You kind of go all the way down and bring the batter kind of right on top so we can fully incorporate all of these oats , okay. Now, at this point, you can add raisin, you can add nuts, [unk]. This is a very basic recipe for anbottom and the edges and you can see the little flakes of oats in our cookie. So, try this recipe. You're gonna absolutely love it. This is our delicious Oatmeal Cookie.
How to Make the Best-Ever Chocolate Cookies
brand cereal. 1-1/2 cups of quick cooking or old fashioned oats and then 3 quarters of cup of white vanilla baking chips. Now ..... beautiful, and now finally, we're just gonna stir in the oats , the bran cereal, give it a nice extra little crunch and aOne original brand cereal. 1-1/2 cups of quick cooking or old fashioned oats and then 3 quarters of cup of white vanilla baking chips. Now, our oven is preheated to 350 degrees behind me. So,doing incorporate, beautiful, and now finally, we're just gonna stir in the oats , the bran cereal, give it a nice extra little crunch and a whole grain and whole thick. And now, finally, our white
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Banana & Green Tea Milk Chocolate Chunk Muffins and my entry into the Nuts About Oats contest
can check them out and find their recipe over at the Nuts about Oats website. While you’re at it, bounce over there and take the ..... s Red Mill for inviting me to participate in their Nuts about Oats contest. I was compensated with a small honorarium for
How to Make Pumpkin Pie
cutter to make the decorative top crust. Double Pumpkin Pie with Oat Crust Purchased pumpkin butter and quick cooking rolled oats pastry sets this Christmas dessert apart from other pumpkin pie recipes. Caramel-Pumpkin Layered Pie Looking for a pumpkin
How to Make Meat Loaf
corn muffin mix to form an outer shell that holds ground beef, salsa, and chili powder. Oatmeal Meat Loaf Slices Steel-cut oats add moisture and nutrition to this sausage meat loaf. Salsa Meat Loaf Serve meat loaf with a little sass. High-fiber cereal
Spar for the Spurtle 2012
Porridge Making Championship in Scotland this October. Submit your video showcasing your best recipe using Bob's Red Mill Steel Cut oats for your chance to win! Deadline: July 20, 2012 Prizes: All-expenses-paid adventure to Scotland