Showing my love of peanut butter (or any nut butter) and apples, I baked up some hearty PB Apple Muffins. They’re filled with chunks of apples, delicious peanut butter, and heart healthy oatmeal.
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It’s starting to get cool out. I love that. You know why I love that? Because it’s the start of oatmeal season! I love oatmeal, don’t you? It’s like stick to your ribs, sweet OR savory deliciousness in a bowl. Or a smoothie. Maybe you’re a smoothie person? I can be sometimes, but I’ve sort of gotten out of the habit. Sometimes I just want to veg after dinner and not worry about making breakfast until the next day.
Yeah, I know. I could do make ahead things, but that requires me to have spare to do the make ahead things. Hello, are you new to my blog? If you are, then welcome! My life isn’t one that lends itself to lots of spare time. Just throwing that out there for ya.
Anyway, Oatmeal can be made ahead of time in the slow cooker. I make a large batch of steel cut oatmeal and then package it away for work that week. I just need to grab a container out of the fridge, reheat when I get to work, and voila! I have a hearty and healthy breakfast that’s oh so delicious.
So, last year I was turned on to Flahavan’s steel cut oatmeal. Hello gorgeous! I honestly thought I had three choices and three choices only. I won’t name them. I don’t want to upset Flahavan’s so they don’t send me delicious oatmeal next year. Hi! Love your oatmeal! *waves*
Their steel cut oatmeal is leaps and BOUNDS above all others. And I can say that because I’ve been eating it WAY before it became popular like quinoa. What can I say? I’ve typically been ahead of times with that stuff. Granted not so much lately, but I have that talent and can easily tap into it again.
I love the nutty flavor it has. Yes, I realize this recipe calls for their old fashioned oats. But I just wanted to tell y’all how delicious their steel cut oatmeal is. I made baked oatmeal with it last year and it was phenomenal!! Seriously. Perfectly nutty and paired well with the apples and sausage I put in there. You should check that recipe out. It’s perfect for brunch or lazy weekend mornings.
Anyway, I’ve been nibbling through the instant oatmeal they sent, me, too. It has the perfect oatmeal flavor you expect and want your oatmeal to have. Don’t we all have the idea in our head of what food should taste like and you’re disappoint when it doesn’t? Well, you won’t be with Flahavan’s oatmeal. It really does have that perfect oatmeal flavor.
Uh oh. My stomach is growling…Did you hear it?
It’s a good thing I have some of these left. I might have to nibble on one before I start dinner. Or else I’ll just nibble my way through dinner and not be hungry when it’s cooked. See those chunks of apple there? And those flecks of oats? Oh yeah. That’s the stuff right there! Heart healthy fiber through and through! I can’t wait to make these PB apple muffins again!!
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