12 healthy egg oatmeal breakfast Recipes

  • Healthy Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies
    rolled oats (not quick ) and
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    rolled oats (not quick ), nonfat plain yogurt or 1 cup vanilla yogurt, whole egg, egg white, applesauce, light brown sugar, honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, salt, whole wheat flour, wheat bran, white flour, baking powder, baking soda, crushed pineapple, drained, carrots, grated, raisins
    45 min, 18 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies
    oatmeal, whole wheat flour, baking soda, cinnamon and
    5 More
    oatmeal, whole wheat flour, baking soda, cinnamon, unsweetened applesauce, sugar, egg white, vanilla, raisins
    9 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies
    brown sugar, oatmeal, whole wheat flour, oat bran and
    10 More
    brown sugar, oatmeal, whole wheat flour, oat bran, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, applesauce , any variety, egg whites, nonfat yogurt, raisins, prune, chopped
    20 min, 15 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies #2
    smooth cashew butter, olive oil, pure vanilla extract and
    10 More
    smooth cashew butter, olive oil, pure vanilla extract, cinnamon, sea salt, blackstrap molasses, pure maple syrup (i prefer the dark kind ), egg, multi-grain flour, oatmeal, ground flax seeds, psyllium, dried cranberries
    20 min, 13 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies and Bars - Fiber, Protein, and Fruit!
    bran flakes, crushed (or substitute multi-grain flakes) and
    12 More
    bran flakes, crushed (or substitute multi-grain flakes), oatmeal, wheat germ, cinnamon, plain nonfat yogurt, unsweetened applesauce, vanilla, honey, egg, beaten, skim milk powder, baking soda, baking powder, raisins
    25 min, 13 ingredients
  • Quick and Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Breakfast Muffins
    soymilk, quick-cooking oats, egg, applesauce and
    7 More
    soymilk, quick-cooking oats, egg, applesauce, baking mix (i use pioneer), splenda sugar substitute, cinnamon, allspice, raisins, granola cereal (i use honey nut)
    40 min, 11 ingredients
  • Muffin Making Tips
    muffin pans and
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    muffin pans, a special metal baking pan , sometimes referred to as a muffin tin, with 6 or 12 cup-shaped depressions. most often this pan is made from aluminum., muffin cups are, standard muffin cup is about 2 1/2 inches in diameter and holds 1/4 to 1/3 cup batter., giant or texas-size muffin cup is about 3 1/2 inches in diameter and holds 5/8 cup batter., muffin cup is about 1 1/2 to 2 inches in diameter and holds 1/8 cup or 2 tbsp batter., muffin-top cup is about 4 inches in diameter but are only 1/2 inch deep ., substituting a different size muffin cup, substitute another size muffin cup for original size listed in recipe. if substituting a larger size muffin cup the recipe will yield fewer muffins and if using smaller size muffin cup the recipe will yield more muffins. the bake time will be changed also. bake a larger muffin longer than the original time and smaller muffins a shorter time., tips on baking muffins, grease muffin cups by spraying each cup with no stick cooking spray or using a paper towel dipped in shortening to grease each cup., use paper liners in muffin cups for easy clean-up., if muffin cups are filled more than 3/4 full the muffins will have flat, flying saucer tops. if sufficient room is not allowed for muffins to expand before reaching the top of the cup the muffin will flatten on top., if some muffin cups will remain empty during baking , put 2 to 3 tbsp water in the unused muffin cups to keep the pan from warping., if baked muffins stick to the bottom of the muffin cup, place hot muffin pan on a wet towel for about two minutes., source : land o lakes, all about muffins, are you eating muffins or cupcakes, hot breads are always a hit and muffins are 1 of the easiest to make. they are more quickly and easily made than biscuits and no kneading, rolling or cutting is required. they can be a savory, last minute dinner muffin or a sweet delicious breakfast muffin. made using whole-wheat flour, wheat germ, bran, honey, fruits and nuts they can be very nutritious. but like the healthy granola craze which turned into candy bars, muffins also can quickly turn into cupcakes. eating cupcakes for breakfast is your choice, but don tsp tell yourself you are eating healthy breakfast muffins. a recent magazine article revealed some muffins available in new york delicatessens were claimed to be low fat, but actually contained up to 23 g of fat. that s more fat than two egg mcmuffins., what is the difference between muffins and cupcakes, some say cupcakes have frosting. a basic formula for muffins is 2 cups flour, 2-4 tbsp sugar, 2 1/2 tsp baking powder, 1/2 tsp salt, 1 egg, 1/4 cup oil, shortening or butter, 1 cup milk. when the fat, sugar and egg ratio in a recipe reaches double or more than this, you have reached the cake level., other technical difference between muffins and cupcakes, method of cooking is different for muffins and cupcakes. the muffin method is by far the fastest and easiest. flour, sugar, baking powder and salt (all the dry ingredients) are mixed together. this is where the leavening can be uniformly dispersed into the flour. sugar is mixed with the flour to prevent the flour from lumping when combined with the wet ingredients., making and baking muffins, in a large bowl, oil (or melted butter) and egg are beaten together to form an emulsion to disperse the fat more uniformly. then the milk is stirred in. this much mixing can be done ahead and held. the two are combined just before baking., combine, cut and fold liquid into the dry ingredients. mix only to combine. batter will be lumpy but no pockets of dry ingredients should remain. the general rule is only 12 strokes., bake as soon as it s mixed. when filling cups, do not mix batter between scoops. excessive mixing causes loss of leavening., cake method for making muffins, sometimes muffins are made using the cake method , i.e. cream the fat and sugar, add eggs, add the dry ingredients and milk alternately. this is more time consuming but produces a lighter, more tender, cake-like muffin., perfect muffin, perfect muffin has a thin brown crust , a slightly rounded top with a pebbled appearance and a moist, even interior. there should be no peaks, no tunnels which are usually caused by excessive mixing and too much liquid (muffin batter should not be fluid)., more leavening is not better, just because a recipe is in print does not mean that it is in balance. a guide for leavening 2 cups of flour in a recipe is either 2 1/2 tsp double acting baking powder, or 4 tsp fast acting baking powder, or 1/2 tsp soda plus 1 cup buttermilk (for the acid) and 1 1/4 tsp baking powder. excess baking powder and soda taste bitter., here are a few tips for altering muffin recipes, substitute 2 egg whites for 1 egg in the recipe. if these are stiffly beaten and folded in at the end it will produce a lighter muffin with less fat., use non-fat milk instead of whole milk ., use salad oil in place of butter. in place of the fat in the recipe , use 1-fourth of the oil and replace the other three-fourths with fruit puree such as applesauce. jars of baby food fruits provide a quick choice of purees other than apple. adding non-gluten grain products (bran, germ, oatmeal, corn meal) for part of the flour makes a more tender muffin., create your own taste sensations, begin with the basic formula and change 1/2 cup of the flour to corn meal, bran, wheat germ, rye, oatmeal or leftover cooked cereal. add 1/2 to 1 cup chopped apple, dates, prunes, raisins, apricots, figs, blueberries, cranberries, cheese, nuts., make your favorite muffin mixes by measuring the dry ingredients twice (or more ) into two separate bowls. use 1 and package 1 with the list of wet ingredients to be added when mixing at a later date.
    41 ingredients
  • Super Healthy Spicy Oatmeal Custard All-Day Breakfast Super Healthy Spicy Oatmeal Custard All-Day Breakfast
    oatmeal (about 2 oz) and
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    oatmeal (about 2 oz), water (about 1.6 cups) or 365 ml (about 1.55 cups or 12 1/2 fl.oz.), ground ginger (to taste), ground cardamom, to taste (cautiously ), fresh ground cloves, to taste (incredibly cautiously ), fresh ground allspice , to taste, millet seeds (about 2/3 tsp), sunflower seeds (about 1 tsp), currants (they re smaller so you get more of them per gram !) or 5 g raisins (about 1 tbsp), wheat flakes (such as crushed up weetabix, about 3/4 tbsp), wheat bran (1 tbsp) or 3 1/2 g oat bran (1 tbsp), splenda sugar substitute or 2 1/2 tsp sugar, vanilla flavoring, egg whites or 1 large egg, nonfat milk (about 1 1/3 fl oz) or 40 ml (about 1 1/3 fl oz), splenda sugar substitute or 1 tsp sugar, vanilla flavoring, ground nutmeg, ground ginger, fresh ground cloves (cautiously again !), plain fat-free yogurt (about 1 tbsp) or 23 g cream (about 1 tbsp), granulated artificial sweetener or 2 tsp splenda sugar substitute, strawberry jam , to taste (or apricot or orange jam or marmalade or fresh fruit or fruit puree such as strawberries), ground ginger
    10 min, 24 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookies Healthy Breakfast Cookies
    oatmeal, all bran cereal-original, baking soda and
    9 More
    oatmeal, all bran cereal-original, baking soda, baking powder, salt, cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin, eggs beaten, almond milk, craisins, raisins
    12 ingredients
  • Healthy Breakfast Cookie with Walnuts Healthy Breakfast Cookie with Walnuts
    bran flakes, crushed, oatmeal, wheat germ, cinnamon and
    10 More
    bran flakes, crushed, oatmeal, wheat germ, cinnamon, plain yogurt, unsweetened applesauce, vanilla, honey, egg, beaten, skim milk powder, baking soda, baking powder, raisins, walnuts
    14 ingredients

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