Over the past ten days I have published three recipes using oats. They are here, here and here. In this post there are 8 oat recipes from me and other food bloggers which make me want to get straight into the kitchen now. Sweet and savoury, comforting and creamy, healthy and hearty; and all with oats! Which of these 8 oat recipes will you choose to make first?
Amy from Chew Out Loud says “This Baked Blueberry Oatmeal is gluten-free, loaded with nutrients, and fully satisfying. It’s a deliciously healthy way to start off the day. Bonus: it’s super easy and can be made the night before.”
If you are an Oreo fan Kristin’s Peanut Butter Oreo Granola is a must. “The granola is made up of peanut butter coated oats and chia seeds mixed in with peanuts, crushed Oreos and white chocolate chips! You can expect to have crunchy granola bits with clusters throughout.”
Angelina made these Blackberry Oat Crumb Bars which are “made with rolled oats and almond flour, you can indulge in these quick and easy … bars without any guilt.”
Emily of Gather and Dine made these Muffin Tin Granola Cups as part of a healthy “virtual baby shower for Sonja and Alex of A Couple Cooks. They recently adopted their little baby boy, Larson, and my heart is filled with joy for them.”
These cookies from Mara at Elemental Custard have ‘everything’ in them. “Because who wants to settle for boring old chocolate chip, when you can have chocolate chip-coconut-almond-date-pretzel cookies?”
Kylie from Kidgredients takes chicken nuts to a whole new level. “These crunchy oat and sesame chicken strips are the best nuggets we’ve had yet! The kids love them, they are crunchy, yummy and super tasty.”
These flapjacks are crammed full of nuts, fruit and seeds. I have decided that this combination of nuts, seeds and fruit means these flapjack are seriously healthy. The nuts are packed with protein, sunflower seeds are a fantastic source of vitamin E while cranberries are full of antioxidants. The weight of nuts, seeds and fruit is greater than the butter, sugar and syrup so they must be healthy, right?!