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No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes, a whole grain recipe.

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I usually cook two servings of oatmeal for our breakfast. But in addition to the oats I add some chopped dried fruit (usually raisins or sometimes dates), so it must be the addition of the dried fruit that makes two serving a little too much for us. And you know how it is when one is frugal.....you simply must make something delicious with what you have left over. And I must say, these are good.

Yes I could simply heat the oatmeal in the microwave and enjoy a small serving. Which I have done on many occasions. Or I could come up with an oat cake using the leftovers. Creating an oat cake was my goal for this evening. I am calling these oat cakes (instead of muffins), because I think the texture is more cake like, than muffin like.....

These are whole grain, not too sweet (but feel free to up the sweet a bit, if you want) and frugal. A perfect snack or "go along with" as in served with a cup of soup or a salad.

No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes, a great way to use up cooked oatmeal.
No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes

No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes
by the seat of my pants
350 degree oven

1 1/2 c flour (we use pastry grind spelt)
1/3 - 1/2 c brown sugar, if you prefer a sweeter quick bread, use the larger measure
1 1/2 t baking soda
1/4 t salt

1 c buttermilk
1/4 c oil
1 egg

3/4-1 c left over oatmeal
1/2 c broken walnuts or additional dried fruit (or you could use both)

Combine dry ingredients (flour through salt) in a large bowl, whisk to blend well.

Make a "well" in the center of the bowl, drop in the egg, milk and oil. Beat well breaking up the egg. Add oats and walnuts, combine well. Mixture may appear to have too much liquid, let sit 5 minutes and then proceed.

Divide into 6 muffin cups, the mixture will fill the cups to the top.

No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes (muffins), ready to eat.
Freshly baked No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes

Bake 20-25 minutes or until done in your oven. Let cool 5 minutes, loosen and let cool completely.

No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes, ready to be served.
Tip to cool, prevents a soggy bottom!

No Waste No Worry Oat Cakes, plated and ready to serve!

Enjoy!

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homestead blog hop @ the not so modern housewife

3 comments

  1. Sometimes my hubby will make me oatmeal but I either don't have time to eat it, can't finish it or just don't feel like eating it. Then I'll choke down the leftovers days later, since I have a bit of the frugal in me too. :) These sound MUCH better! Will have to give these a try! Thanks for the great, yummy idea! Christine @ My Epicurean Adventures (stopping by from Homemade Mondays Linky)

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  2. These look so yummy! What a unique recipe :)

    Blessings,

    Edye | Http://gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com

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  3. What a delicious way to use up your leftovers! Your Oat Cakes look scrumptious, Melynda. Thank you for sharing them with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop.

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