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Soaked Oatmeal Cookie Muffin Recipe (& new baking cups AND a giveaway)

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Oooooo, what a treat I have for YOU today. Three treats, to be exact…

A recipe, a product review, AND a giveaway!!!

I’ve been on a mission to create a rich, yet soft, delicious muffin and I finally got it!

…after several fails. I don’t mind sharing my fails. Hey, we all  have them…right? RIGHT!???

This was FAILED attempt number 2…

Um, yeah. Lol!

BUT, yes…I finally got it.


I went searching for a specific recipe that I could tweak and turn from ‘fake food’ into a *REAL* food recipe. Among other skeptical ingredients, the original recipe called for canola oil (read why you shouldn’t use canola oil HERE), lite pancake syrup (sorry, but that screams ‘chemical shit storm’), and low-fat buttermilk (no, you want healthy, whole fats, friends).

Also, I wanted to try my brand new silicone muffin cups.

Tell me, aren’t these the cutest stinking things EVAH!???

 

These super cuties are…

  • High Quality, BPA/phthalate/ & lead FREE
  • Non-Stick
  • Dishwasher/Oven/Microwave/Freezer Safe
  • Durable & Reusable Bakeware
  • …& Come In 6 Fun & Vibrant Colors

Click HERE or on the picture above to learn more and pick some up from Amazon. When writing this post they are currently on sale at 59% off AND they are Amazon Prime, to boot!

They work perfectly for the recipe you’re about to receive.

**Be sure to stick around AFTER the recipe for a great giveaway opportunity!!!!**


Soaked Oatmeal Cookie Muffins - A Healthier Option For You & The Kiddos!
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Ingredients:

Tools:

  • Muffin Cups (Don’t you just LOVE the ones I used? You can get them HEREkeep reading for a chance to win some, too)
  • Cookie Sheet
  • Measuring Utensils
  • Two Large Bowls

Make Them:

  • This recipe makes 12 full size muffins.
  • Combine oats, milk, and a dash of ACV. I let it soak overnight in my oven (not turned on, of course, covered with cheesecloth), but at least an hour soak should do it.
  • Preheat oven to 400. Put your muffin cups on your cookie sheet (or line your muffin tray with muffin cups &/or grease them down).
  • Combine your egg, sugar, syrup, and melted coconut oil with your oats. Stir until fully combined (but don’t go crazy stirring…just enough to combine).
  • In the second bowl, fully combine your two flours, salt, baking soda, baking powder, and cinnamon. DO make sure that these ingredients are totally combined with no big ‘chunks’ of baking soda, powder, or flours.
  • Stir flour mixture into your oat mixture until combined (it doesn’t take long).
  • Add in your chocolate (or raisins).
  • I use my 1/4 measuring cup to get the batter into my cups. It’s a bit messy, but that’s okay; it works.
  • Bake at 400 for about 20 minutes, or until a toothpick comes out clean from the center.
  • Allow to fully cool before attempting to remove them from the muffin cups…or, eat them warm right out of the muffin cups. 😉

Enter To WIN These Muffin Cups!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I wish you happy muffin making and hopefully YOU will win; if not, they are VERY AFFORDABLE (and adorable muffin cups), so head over to Amazon and check them out!

Until next time…

xoxo,
Jess, aka Scratch Mommy

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Comments 89

  1. these are the cutest things and the fact that they’re bpa free, non-stick and so colorful are a definite plus! Would love to win win win these!

  2. I love that these are reusable! Perfect! The colors are fun too! I love to make breakfast muffins that are easy to grab when running out the door on busy mornings… but I might try to dabble a little more in cupcakes because there are so many cool flavors all over pinterest now!

  3. I love that these are reusable so I’m not throwing away muffin wrappers all the time. They are also great for making egg muffins for my husband for breakfasts – no sticking!

  4. BPA Free – Perfect Cupcakes & Muffins Every Time – 100% Money-back Lifetime Guarantee! – Non-Stick, Dishwasher/Oven/Microwave/Freezer Safe, Durable & Reusable Bakeware – 6 Fun & Vibrant Colors, Great Gift Idea, Meets FDA Standards.

  5. Oh, how I would love to have a set of these. We love muffins of all kinds and also would use them for some egg dishes I make for individual servings on the go. Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. I love that they are “so confident you will love our Little Gems that we offer a 100% money-back lifetime guarantee!” That’s standing by your product!!!

  7. I like that they are BPA free. I bought a set from another company and unfortunately didn’t realize they were not BPA free! So disappointing!! I also love the colors!

  8. I like that they are dishwasher, oven, microwave and freezer safe. Not only could I use them to make muffins but I could make individual no-bake cheesecakes or Jello or ice cream treats.

  9. The ways that I could use those are endless. I like that they are reusable and durable because I go through so many of the disposable kind!

  10. Like the happy colors making a nice presentation and that they are reusable. They will be used for individual quiche, muffins and candies. Thanks for the chance to win.

  11. I love silicone products and I also love that these can be used to freeze stuff! Currently I put cooked oatmeal in a muffin tin, freeze it and then pop them out for individual oatmeal servings, but these would be much better to use!

  12. I would use them for muffins or cupcakes, of course! lol! I don’t make them that often because I hate the clean up and work of them (I prefer to dump everything in a pan and make bars), but with these things, it’d be a breeze. Thanks for the chance to win! 🙂

  13. I am addicted to these little silicone molds. I love that these had the standard cupcake crinkle edges. I have another set that are shaped like flowers. I don’t always want flowers!!! lol. Love how they cook and the products just pop out.

  14. Love that they are both safe and easy to clean! We’ll be baking up some paleo muffins and maybe trying our hand at some chocolate coconut butter cups.

  15. These little muffin cups would be perfect for our Wild Plum Muffins, recipe from the Wild Plum Tea Room in Gaitlingburg TN…awseome place for lunch!

  16. I would love to win these as a gift for my mom. She is a very talented and hard working pastry chef and wedding cake maker. I know she could use these.

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  18. I love that these are BPA free and safe for the freezer! I can make some of my daughters’ favorite muffins and freeze the rest without even taking them out of the molds. Awesome! Thank you!

  19. I love that they are non-stick and reusable. I’d use them to make homemade corn dog muffins that I could freeze for busy days and I’d also use them to make spinach and egg muffins to freeze for busy breakfast mornings!

  20. I like that they’re BPA free, and I know my son would love the bright colors. It was also nice how they mentioned they could be used outside of the kitchen as well.

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