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Showing posts with label oatmeal. Show all posts

Irish Oatmeal Cookie Muffins from Cleo Coyle

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Packed with the nutrition and fiber of oatmeal, these muffins taste like a fresh-baked oatmeal cookie, redolent with the flavors of brown sugar, cinnamon, and raisins. They're fantastic with coffee or tea, and they'll help curb your appetite between meals. 


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While Irish Oatmeal works great in these muffins, you don't have to use steel cut oats. I often use plain "old fashioned" Quaker oats for this recipe.

Learn about the differences between these two types of oats in my full post. Just scroll down or on the "read more" link below, and may you always...

Eat with joy! 

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries


The Best Oatmeal Pancakes from author Cleo Coyle - A healthful breakfast with a dairy-free option

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Oatmeal is a whole grain that brings nutrition and fiber to recipes, along with hearty and heartwarming flavor, but not all oatmeal pancake recipes are created equal. 


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In this post, I share a few tricks I've learned to give you delicious results— in other words, tender and fluffy flapjacks instead of rubbery disks. 

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May you eat with joy
and in good health!

~ Cleo Coyle, author of
The Coffeehouse Mysteries


How to Make Wet Walnuts: Easy (Dairy-Free) Maple-Walnut Caramel Topping for Yogurt, Oatmeal, Baked Apples and More by Cleo Coyle

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Here is wonderfully easy way to make an amazing caramel-like syrup without the usual butter, cream, or refined white sugar that goes into traditional caramel.
 

This old fashioned Wet Walnuts topping uses pure, natural maple syrup. During the cooking process, the syrup transforms into an amazing topping for yogurt, ice cream, baked apples, oatmeal, cobblers, fruit pies, and more. Click here to instantly download a free PDF of this recipe that you can print, save, or share and...eat with joy! 

~ Cleo 


Cleo Coyle’s Oatmeal Cookie Brittle (No Flour, No Butter, No Kidding!)

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This recipe was featured 
by New Jersey Family Magazine 
for their 12 Days of Cookies.


The holidays in my big, Italian family were always gastronomically glorious. Several of my relatives were (and still are!) in the food or restaurant business and my aunts, great aunts, and cousins were all excellent cooks, most of whom took pride in giving trays of homemade Italian cookies as holiday gifts.

Cleo Coyle has a partner in 
crime-writing—her husband.
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I learned much growing up at the knees of these folks, and (no surprise) I was a chunky monkey through much of my girlhood. Over the years, the bathroom scale has gone up and down, but I’ve never let it kill my joy of cooking and eating. The older I become, the more I channel my foodie passion into experimenting with recipes, challenging myself to make them lighter and healthier—without giving up the pleasure of flavor...