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Recipes that include oats

Vanilla Almond Oatmeal

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

I first read about almond milk on Taste Memory, one of our first blogger friends, a long time ago. Wow, time flies. Made from pressed almonds, it’s very natural and doesn’t contain any dairy. Lon is a lactard (lactose-intolerant) but doesn’t like most soy milk, so almond milk has been his go-to with cereal when he’s not eating it dry. It goes particularly well with Honey Bunches of Oats.

Vanilla Almond Oatmeal 4


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Blackberry Oatmeal Cookie Muffins

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

When I made the Cherry Almond Cookie Pies, JP asked if I could make a version without nuts for his nephew. Well, since JP is partially responsible for how Lon and I met, the least I could do was design a recipe for him. See JP was one of the first people I met in college, the second person on the first day of school, to be exact. Fast forward to after graduation, JP works with a cool gal named Resa. Resa is Kasi’s bestfriend. Kasi is Lon’s sister. Got it?

Bitten Blackberry Oatmeal Cookie Pie 4


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Chocolate Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies

Friday, April 3, 2009

Chocolate Oatmeal Sandwich Cookie 2

I had Chocolate Cream Cheese Frosting left-over from the Drunken Cupcakes and I couldn’t just let it go to waste. Instead of more cupcakes, I decided on cookies. (Most frosting are great as a cookie filling too.) These Chocolate Oatmeal Sandwich Cookies are not sophisticated; they’re more the kind kids love to eat and smear all over themselves. They are very chocolaty and somewhat chewy and some said they were like brownies.


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Blue-Pear-Y Crumb Pie

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I’ve been working on this recipe for a while, trying several variations. The hard part (at least for me) was that pears give off a lot more water than apples. This is finally a version worthy of your eyes and taste buds. It’s a simple fruit pie that can be made in winter months since it uses pears and dried blueberries.


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Maple Pecan Sticky Buns

Thursday, November 6, 2008

For Carol’s election party, the theme was comfort food. After about 3 days of thought, I decided to make Maple Pecan Sticky Buns (found on Now, these are pretty work intensive (and there’s a huge clean-up) so take a look at this process before you decide to make these.


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Almond Crunch French Toast

Saturday, August 9, 2008

Almond Crunch French Toast with Peach Compote

After experimenting with Almond Crunch French Toast last week, I mentioned that I’d post up the recipe this weekend, after some minor adjustments. Here it is! I used Challah this week and Chinese Bakery Bread last week. Both are good: Challah will be a bit softer, Chinese Bakery Bread a bit more dense and firm. I wrote 13 ounces of Challah but it’s just however many 1″ slices fit into a 9X13 pan, snuggly. See Pic.


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