It’s been a while, but welcome to another edition of Taste Of Home Tuesday!
I have to admit I am not a big fan of breakfast. I know it is the most important meal of the day, and that is why I do try to have a good breakfast every morning. Sometimes it is just a protein smoothie, and sometimes it is a quick omelet. There are mornings where I simply run out of time and have to have something I can grab and go.
When I am in a morning rush I like to grab a muffin and a glass of milk.
Looking for a new recipe to try I clicked over to Taste of Home and searched for muffin recipes. I came across these breakfast oatmeal muffins that are made from leftover homemade oatmeal.
I didn’t have any leftover oatmeal on hand, but I cooked up a serving in no time.
The only substitution I made was adding chopped dates in place of raisins to add some extra fiber and natural sweetness. I mixed them into the dry ingredients.
That is one thing I love about muffins. One mixing bowl for the dry ingredients, one for the wet, combine the two and scoop into muffin tins. Done! No electric appliances necessary.
I also threw in some chopped walnuts because I had a few left over from another recipe and wanted to use them up.
Otherwise I followed the recipe exactly and the result was a delicious, incredibly moist, and filling muffin! So delicious in fact that I couldn’t stop at just one!
I prefer muffins a bit on the bigger side, so I got 10 muffins instead of 12. They were gone by the end of the day. Apparently nobody in the family could stop at just one!
I already have requests to make them again. Soon. Like today would be good!
You can find the recipe for these yummy Breakfast Oatmeal Muffins by clicking here.
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Until next time……
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