If you want a different way to enjoy pumpkin try this recipe for pumpkin butter. It’s great to spread on toast or a muffin, or you can try it swirled into your yogurt or oatmeal.
Autumn is nearly upon us! We can’t get enough of the fall flavors, and what says fall better than pumpkin? Of course, there’s the typical pumpkin foods – pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie, and the ever-popular pumpkin spice lattes. This recipe is the perfect way to get your pumpkin fix.
These Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins are full of crisp apples, they are made healthier with a few simple swaps, and have the perfect amount of Fall spices.
Is there anything better than crisp Fall air and all the seasonal flavors? While the official start of the season may be a few weeks away, we believe in celebrating flavors like apple and cinnamon all year long.
With all the kids back to school this time of year we’re also looking for meal prep recipes to save time during the busy work week. Breakfast is typically the most rushed meal in every household. So make a single or double batch of these Oatmeal Muffins for the week, and just reheat each morning for a healthy and delicious breakfast. Oh, did we mention the muffins are also kid approved?
To make these apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Muffins we simply add all the ingredients into a blender, blend, stir in the apples, and bake in a muffin tin. We made them healthier by using oats to replace regular flour. Oats are higher in fiber and other nutrients to help keep us fuller longer. The muffins are also naturally sweetened with a ripe banana and maple syrup. And lastly, we used applesauce and greek yogurt in place of regular butter for healthier fats.
It seems that these 3 ingredients; apple, pear, and cardamom were just made for one another. It sounds incredibly fancy, but it’s really just mixing up the spices, or spicing it up if you will. You simply MUST try it to impress your guests.
What’s a Thanksgiving feast without a spread of awesome vegetable sides? Butternut Squash Casserole with Coconut, Pecan, and Oat Topping is a subtly sweet addition to any holiday table! Mashed butternut squash is lightly sweetened with maple syrup, baked into a custard-like texture, and topped with toasty oats, pecans, and coconut flakes. Tastes like a better-for-you slice of pie in casserole form!
This super easy stovetop-style casserole is not only easy to make but tastes just like a warm hug on a chilly fall day! The combination of the pumpkin with warm pumpkin-pie like spices with quinoa and chickpeas makes for a delicious yet nutritious dinner that’s ready in less than 45 minutes.