Here are several hearty recipes made with oatmeal. Oatmeal, also known as oats or rolled oats, has long had the claim as a Super Food.
These Oatmeal Walnut Cookies have a wonderfully chewy texture and a want-at-least-one-more taste.
There are a couple of reasons my family and I just love this recipe. First of all, it's the perfect company dish. Guests are always amazed when I serve them this recipe for Baked Oatmeal on a cold morning. Secondly, this is a recipe with some versatility. You get to choose which fruit or fruit combination goes in this dish. You can see some of our favorites below.
I knew I wanted to make No-Bake Oatmeal Cocoa Cookies for my daughter's church group. Since these were for kids, I didn't want a recipe with nuts or peanut butter in it. This was the perfect recipe.
Oatmeal Bread, a heavy bread, is outstanding when it's either served warm from the oven or toasted with peanut butter on it. This is one of the breads my dad used to make for me.
Looking for another cookie recipe to add to your collection? This is it. These Nutty Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies are chewy, yet soft. They taste outstanding and are loaded with fiber too.
There is nothing like homemade granola. It can be used dry as a snack, in a bowl with milk for cereal or baked to make bars.
Although, you can make these Oatmeal Cookies into regular drop cookies, I prefer making them into bar cookies. They are better than any store-bought breakfast bar.
8. Apple Crisp
This is one of the simplest desserts you can make. This Apple Crisp is made with layered apples topped with an oatmeal/spice and butter mixture.
You won't believe it until you taste them. These Cracker Jack Cookies taste just like the candied popcorn Cracker Jacks. Thanks to Needlepoint 142 for telling me about these great tasting cookies.