Pumpkin Spice Homemade Muesli Recipe — A healthy no-cook breakfast made with oats, pumpkin seeds, coconut , and pumpkin pie spice. Perfect for fall!
There may be fewer and fewer leaves and apples left on trees, but I am holding onto that pumpkin spice love for as long as possible.
Truth be told I’ve never actually had a pumpkin spice latte from the bucks. Guess I’m not as basic as a hanes t-shirt after all. But I have had my fair share of pumped up pumpkin goodies on this little blog of mine, from s’mores, and dirt pie to martinis and chili, and now the newest pumpkin little to the clan, muesli.
12 Savory Oatmeal Recipes You Need To Try Immediately — New ways you never knew you could eat this breakfast staple.
Howdy ho neighbor!
I’ve got some bo-diddily delicious recipes to share with you after a new protein pancake, flipped and flopped this weekend.
I still ate them. They were (kinda) delicious. Thank god for peanut butter and maple syrup.
And instead of sweet talkin’ you through breakfast, today I’m giving it to you straight, no chaser, tell it like it is savory. Savory oats that is!
It’s time to showcase just how versatile and unapologetically delicious this humble grain can be aside from it’s usual maple brown sugar character. They are essentially like a blank canvas for flavor combinations, so paint them like one of your french girls, and come to the savory side.
I’ve got the last bit of holiday shopping to do this weekend, then I’ll be ready for jolly old Saint Nick to stuff his red suited ass down my chimney, and shower me in gifts.
Or in other words, spend quality time with family.
But, first COOKIES!
I hosted my first cookie swap with some of the girls from work, and I have to say it was a success!
I took some tips from the SITS Girls, and gave festive boxes to loads all the goodies into, along with a cookie cutter parting gift. I also gifted myself the new finest seat in the house.
I now spend most of my nights tucked in there with some tea, Christmas tunes, and the screaming taxi cab drivers outside my window. Ahh the holidays.
And no holiday is complete without a sugar-induced coma plateful of cookies!
Gingerbread is the pumpkin spice of winter. And I am all team gingerbread.
But the regular ol’ g-men just don’t do it for me. I’ve set my gingerbread standards a little bit higher this year. Never settle ladies!
Being the lover of all things chunky (especially babies and peanut butter), I knew I wanted some tasty tidbits snuggled into my ginger spiced cookies. By the power of the Pinterestgods, I stumbled upon a recipe for muesli cookies from King Arthur flour, and knew all those nuts and bolts..errr seeds would get along just peachy with my gingerbread dreams.
And now you have a oil and butter free, vegan cookie that Santa can eat for his 3 AM breakfast.
I heard rumors he’s going gluten-free this year, but a simple swap in flours will solve that problem IF they’re true.