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Personal Sized Baked Oatmeal With Individual Toppings: Gluten Free & Diabetic Friendly

Personal Sized Baked Oatmeal With Individual Toppings: Gluten Free & Diabetic Friendly

Personal Sized Baked Oatmeal with Individual Toppings: Gluten Free & Diabetic Friendly Do you have picky family members? Do you make a meal and almost always one child is not as thrilled as the others because of one little ingredient you might have put into the recipe? Well that’s my family. If I make a large baked oatmeal in a 9 by 13 baking dish and add one type of fruit, like blueberries for instance, I have one child who will not eat it. If I make it with raisins which I love, none of my kids will eat it! And then there’s the hubby who wants nuts and the boys are allergic. So you see this recipe came out of a DEEP desire to please everyone in my family! So everyone will eat what I am putting in front of them for breakfast and I won’t have to make 3 different breakfasts (which I really hate to admit I have certainly done, shame on me I know! My original recipe began in a large baking dish as I mentioned, delicious for overnight guests, can be made ahead, wonderfully yummy! But freezing it was hard because I didn’t like the size of it in my freezer. I then used that same recipe to accommodate it in portion perfect muffin cups because I was often eating to much of this yummy breakfast. I guest posted that freezer friendly baked oatmeal and you can find it at Money Saving Mom. This is the third and final version I am super happy with because the toppings are what wins everyone over! I made 4 plain, 4 topped with walnuts and added some frozen blueberries in the batter for the hubby, 4 topped with chocolate chips for kiddies and 4 topped with raisins for me!! This recipe is completely free of added sugar and lower in calories as well! I think this finally fits our family to a tee so I think it will be perfect for you and yours as well! Enjoy! Additional Notes: Use Continue reading >>

Raspberry Oatmeal Bars Recipe With Truva Cane Sugar Blend

Raspberry Oatmeal Bars Recipe With Truva Cane Sugar Blend

Raspberry Oatmeal Bars Recipe with Truva Cane Sugar Blend They work for breakfast, dessert or just great snacking. Oats and raspberries team up to create a sweet treat with 35% fewer calories* and 80% less sugar* than the full-sugar version. Makes 24 bars. Assemble all ingredients; preheat oven to 325 F. Place oats, flour, cinnamon, butter, salt, vanilla and Truva Cane Sugar Blend in mixing bowl, mix at low speed for 1 minute. Scrape sides of bowl, mix on medium speed for 2 minutes. Portion 23 of oat mixture into greased 13 x 9 baking pan; set aside remaining 13 of mixture for topping. Press oat mixture into bottom of pan to form crust. For filling: blend raspberries, Truva Cane Sugar Blend, lemon juice, and corn starch until uniform. Spread over pressed oat mixture. For topping, add remaining oatmeal mixture. Bake for 35-40 minutes until golden brown. *This raspberry oatmeal bar has 150 calories and 4 grams of sugar per serving as compared to 230 calories and 17 grams of sugar per serving in the full-sugar version. Raspberry Oatmeal Bars is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 17. Rated 5 out of 5 by nutcakes from Friendly to seasonal variations The recipe is very good as is. I like to vary the fruit. Peaches and raspberries are especially good together. So is peach and blackberries. I made one with pear, blueberries and a few of the blackberries left in the bottom of the freezer bag, a little extra lemon for tartness. I also do not add much sweetener to the fruit and I like to substitute a spoon of brown sugar for Truvia to the crust. I eat this on a plate with a fork and a bit of whipped cream. Best day it is made so I make half batches. Rated 5 out of 5 by briguy68b from Very good (Did this with blackberries as well) I have type 2 diabetes but also get a sweet tooth from time to Continue reading >>

The Best Snack Bars For People With Diabetes

The Best Snack Bars For People With Diabetes

If you don’t have fresh fruits and vegetables on hand, these Diabetic Living BETTER CHOICE™ bars can make a great snack substitution in a pinch. Just check the label to make sure they’re right for you. If you don’t have fresh fruits and vegetables on hand, these Diabetic Living BETTER CHOICE™ bars can make a great snack substitution in a pinch. Just check the label to make sure they’re right for you. If you don’t have fresh fruits and vegetables on hand, these Diabetic Living BETTER CHOICE™ bars can make a great snack substitution in a pinch. Just check the label to make sure they’re right for you. If you don’t have fresh fruits and vegetables on hand, these Diabetic Living BETTER CHOICE™ bars can make a great snack substitution in a pinch. Just check the label to make sure they’re right for you. Continue reading >>

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bars

Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Bars

1/4 cup refrigerated or frozen egg product, thawed, or 1 egg, lightly beaten Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 13x9-inch baking pan with foil-lined parchment pan lining paper. In a bowl combine the water and ground chia seeds; let stand 20 minutes. Meanwhile, place 1/2 cup of the oats in a food processor. Cover and process until finely ground. Add the next four ingredients (through baking soda). Cover and process until combined. In a large bowl beat butter and sugars with a mixer on medium until mixture starts to cling to the sides of the bowl. Beat in egg product, vanilla, and chia mixture until combined. Add the remaining 1/2 cup oats and the flour mixture, beating on low to medium until combined. Stir in chocolate pieces (dough will be stiff). Spread dough in the prepared pan. Bake 18 to 20 minutes or until edges are golden. Cool in pan on a wire rack. Cut into 24 bars. *Test Kitchen Tip: If you have whole chia seeds, grind them using a spice grinder or a mortar and pestle **Sugar Substitutes: Choose Splenda Brown Sugar Blend for the brown sugar. Choose Splenda Sugar Blend for the granulated sugar. Follow package directions to use product amounts equivalent to 3/4 cup brown sugar and 1/3 cup granulated sugar. **Sugar Substitutes: Per Serving with Substitute: Same as above, except 91 cal., 106 mg sodium, 12 g carb. (6 g sugars). PER SERVING: 121 cal., 4 g total fat (3 g sat. fat), 5 mg chol., 108 mg sodium, 20 g carb. (1 g fiber, 14 g sugars), 2 g pro. Continue reading >>

Healthy No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe

Healthy No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe

Home Recipes Healthy No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe Healthy No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Bars Recipe Easy, no-bake treat or snack. On the healthy side too - packed with natural fiber and protein! Jan 9, 2018The links in the post below may be affiliate links. Read the full disclosure Easy, healthy recipe with only 3 ingredients No Bake Peanut Butter Oat Bars! These bars areyummy and easy to make as a naturally sweet treat or snack, but still a pretty healthy recipe too.Packed withnaturalfiber and protein! Only three ingredients! I often use the natural peanut butter offered by Skippy, Jif, or Sams Club. They are still sweetened peanut butters, but there are some brands out there that have less or no sweetener. So results will vary depending on which kind you use. Almond butter can be a great option too, especially if there are allergies or other issues with peanut butter. I also recommend using almond butter if you want the bars to be a little less sweet. This healthy recipe is so simple that it is easy to experiment with different types of nut butter. If you try something different, be sure to come back and let us know what worked well for you! You can probably make these with quick oats instead of old fashioned, but the texture will be different. I really love the chewy texture of the old fashioned oats in there (plus the old fashioned oats are less processed than the quick oats). How easy is this?! You just melt together the peanut butter and honey, then mix it with oats and press into a 99 pan . Super easy and super tasty. The only down side is having towait for the bars to set which may take about 20 minutes or so. You could make a bunch in advance and store them in the fridge or freezer though! Give this recipe a try! It only takes a few minutes to put it all Continue reading >>

Makeover Oatmeal Bars Recipe

Makeover Oatmeal Bars Recipe

Makeover Oatmeal Bars Recipe photo by Taste of Home Read Reviews Be the first to add a review These delicious bars are even more moist and chewier than the original recipe, but with all the old-fashioned oatmeal flavor and only half the fat!Clyde Williams - Chambersburg, PA In a large bowl, beat the sugar, applesauce, oil and syrup until well blended. In a small bowl, combine the oats, flour, baking soda, salt and allspice; gradually beat into applesauce mixture until blended. Stir in raisins. Spread batter into a 13-in. x 9-in. baking pan coated with cooking spray. Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until edges begin to brown. Cool completely on a wire rack. Cut into bars. Yield: 20 servings. Originally published as Makeover Oatmeal Bars in Healthy CookingOctober/November 2009, p22 1 each: 127 calories, 4g fat (0 saturated fat), 0 cholesterol, 123mg sodium, 21g carbohydrate (10g sugars, 1g fiber), 2g protein. Diabetic Exchanges: 1 starch, 1 fat. In a large bowl, beat the sugar, applesauce, oil and syrup until well blended. In a small bowl, combine the oats, flour, baking soda, salt and allspice; gradually beat into applesauce mixture until blended. Stir in raisins. Spread batter into a 13-in. x 9-in. baking pan coated with cooking spray. Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until edges begin to brown. Cool completely on a wire rack. Cut into bars. Yield: 20 servings. Originally published as Makeover Oatmeal Bars in Healthy CookingOctober/November 2009, p22 Select the Newsletters that interest you to subscribe Receive new recipes and fan favorites for daily inspiration! Quick & easy homemade meals that are perfect anytime! Get our 10 most popular recipes delivered to your inbox! By entering my email and clicking the subscribe button below, I am opting to receive the newslett Continue reading >>

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies

Diabetic Oatmeal-raisin Cookies

Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Mix the flour with the cinnamon. Cream the butter and both the sugars until fluffy. Add the egg, milk, and vanilla. Gradually add the flour mixture. Stir in oats and raisins. Drop by teaspoonfuls if small cookies are desired, tablespoons if larger cookies are desired onto parchment paper (this stuff is reusable - one sheet will do the whole batch). Bake until golden brown, 10-12 minutes. Cool on wire racks. Continue reading >>

Banana Oat Bars Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Banana Oat Bars Recipe - Allrecipes.com

We love these in my household ... it's become a regular for us. Here's the key: bake in a 9x9 square pan so the bars will be thicker (think of it more like cake) You can't think of these as co... This is the best guilt-less feel good snack ever. I made slight changes to the recipe though. I used 1.5 cup bananas (2 medium sized bananas) and decreased the sugar to 1/3 cup. I used 1/3 cup s... I've made these twice now for my twin toddlers. The first time the taste was great, but as everyone said, they were pretty crumbly even when baked in an 11x7 pan. But they were good enough tha... I made some substitutions for these and made them as breakfast bars. I used ground flax seed and water as an egg subsitute and substituted 1/2 maple syrup and 1/2 agave nectar for someone with ... Wow I am totally impressed with these!!!! Ive been trying countless recipes for oatmeal type snacks that are healthy and this is by far the winner. I am a huge banana eater too so these are p... I left out the raisins and added two bid spoonfuls of crunchy peanut butter. They were good. Very moist. Good for in the morning when in a hurry, oatmeal is very filling. I took the advice of some others and put 1 whole egg in instead of the 2 egg whites. I also added a 1/4 cup of flour. I used 2 med bananas and left out the raisins because I didn't have any. ... A good recipe for using up brown bananas without making a bread calls for a stick of butter. I did add 1/2 c mini chocolate chips as well as 1/4 c flour. It thickened the batter and worked well ... These are very good. I cooked them in 2 cake pans & sliced them "pizza" style & I iced them lightly with banana butter icing from this site. Goes great with coffee in the morning Continue reading >>

Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars

Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars

These Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars will become your newest addiction, loaded with healthy ingredients like oats, pumpkin seeds, and blueberries. Gluten Free and Delicious. We all know breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but what is really important is what ingredients go into your breakfast. I truly believe Oatmeal is one of the healthiest foods we can put in our mouths. Oatmeal is a great source of whole grainsand eating whole grains can lower your risk for several diseases, including high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. Oatmeal also contains lignans, a plant chemical that has been found to prevent heart disease. However, lets be honest, a bowl of oatmeal can get tiresome day after day. Not wanting to give up all the healthy benefits Oatmeal offered me I have been trying out a different variation of this Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Bars for the last several months. A bar that I enjoyed because it is delicious, filling, loaded with super foods and gives me a morning dose of Protein to kickstart my metabolism. The ingredient list of these bars is crammed with healthy whole clean super foods. Dont forget a superfoodis a term used to describe food with a high nutritional content and associated health benefits. Oatmeal, Almonds, Blueberries, Pumpkin Seeds, Banana, Extra Virgin Coconut Oil, Honey and Cinnamon all make the list, so you know you when you are eating these bars you are feeding your body the best. Helping to fight disease, build muscle, burn fat and satisfying your morning cravings. Store your Oatmeal Superfood Breakfast Barsin the refrigerator in a sealed container for up to one week. Continue reading >>

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars {gluten Free}

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars {gluten Free}

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Bars are chewy, gluten free bars that only take a few minutes to throw together and make a great breakfast or snack! Peanut butter oatmeal bars are super easy to make that even the kids can help. Everything is be mixed all in one-bowl and then transferred to a baking dish to bake. Check out how the recipe here (this version is with chocolate chips which I highly recommend)! Thanks to the Recipe Redux for today’s theme since October 22nd, is National Nut Day, we will all be sharing nut-filled recipes. When I don’t make healthy homemade snacks kids, I find I feed them more packaged foods, which I don’t like. None of this really takes much time and is so simple my 8 year old can make them herself. Eating healthy in general can take a little planning, but I try to aim for one homemade snack recipe a week- energy bites, bars, breakfast cookies, muffins, etc. Try to set a simple goal for yourself and see what happens. I used the staples in our house, tossed everything in a bowl and out came these bars. Aren’t one bowl recipes the best? Eight wholesome ingredients in this bar recipe. No preservatives or junk like the packaged ones. However, I am updating this to add my kids now “need” these bars with chocolate chips so that is the way I have been making them lately. Once you do the chocolate chips it’s hard to go back! Nuts are a super food that fit into a healthy lifestyle because they are packed with heart healthy fats, tons of nutrients, fiber and more. Because they have protein, fat and fiber, they are very satisfying so make sure to fit them into your daily meal plan (just watch the servings as they are calorie-dense). So cheers to the nut! Hope you enjoy these super simple bars. And if you don’t do nuts, try these Pumpkin Chocolate C Continue reading >>

Diabetic Breakfast Bar Recipes

Diabetic Breakfast Bar Recipes

Member Recipes for Diabetic Breakfast Bar These bars make a quick snack or on-the-go breakfast and can be frozenSubmitted by: ITSYBITSYBETSY CALORIES: 105.2 | FAT: 1.7g | PROTEIN: 3.8g | CARBS: 19.9g | FIBER: 2.3g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Healthy Energy Bars Calories Tasty breakfast barSubmitted by: NJDESIGN CALORIES: 125.7 | FAT: 1.4g | PROTEIN: 3.9g | CARBS: 25.6g | FIBER: 3.1g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Banana Oatmeal Bars Calories Oatmeal breakfast bar with banana. Submitted by: LALA_NANU CALORIES: 115.2 | FAT: 1.4g | PROTEIN: 5.4g | CARBS: 26.5g | FIBER: 2.9g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Lauren's Oatmeal Breakfast Bar Calories Frozen banana makes this taste naughtySubmitted by: TAINGI CALORIES: 348.7 | FAT: 4.8g | PROTEIN: 22.4g | CARBS: 56.8g | FIBER: 2.8g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Thick and creamy banana smoothie Calories These healthy breakfast bars provide a respectable level of protein and fiber without a ton of calories. Best of all, they can be eaten on the run. Reconfigure the "additions" to suit your fancy.... or replace the Splenda with another sweetener if you're trying to stay "au natural." This is a base recipe that can be tweaked to your taste!Submitted by: TUESDAYS CALORIES: 137 | FAT: 1.1g | PROTEIN: 2.3g | CARBS: 31.2g | FIBER: 2.3g Full ingredient & nutrition information of the Granola Breakfast Bars Calories Continue reading >>

Raspberry Oat Bars - Marlene Koch Marlene Koch

Raspberry Oat Bars - Marlene Koch Marlene Koch

This simple recipe combines the goodness of hearty oats, the sweetness of raspberry, and the scent of cinnamon to tie it all together. One batch can serve a crowd or be parceled out through the week as an after-school snack or a better-for-you dessert. If you prefer, you can substitute another fruit jam flavor. cup granulated no-calorie sweetener (or 6 packets) 1 cup sugar-free or low-sugar raspberry jam 1. Preheat the oven to 325F. Lightly spray an 8-inch square baking pan with non-stick baking spray. 2. In a medium bowl, with an electric mixer on low speed, combine the first 7 ingredients (oats through margarine), until the mixture starts to come together. Increase to medium speed and continue mixing until margarine is fully incorporated and the mixture forms a coarse crumb. 3. Press two-thirds of the crumb mixture into the prepared pan. Spread the jam onto the crust. Sprinkle the rest of oat mixture on top of jam. 4. Bake for 25 to 30 minutes or until the edges are golden brown. Cool in the pan on a wire rack. Makes 15 bars. (Using a sharp knife slice the finished pan 3 x in one direction and 5 X in the other to make 15 bars). Fit Tip: Whether steel cut, old-fashioned (rolled), quick-cooking, all oats are all whole-grain. oats. Nutrition Information Per Serving (1 bar) Calories 90 | Carbohydrate 14g (Sugars 3g) | Total Fat 4g (Sat Fat 2.5g) | Protein 1g | Fiber 1g | Cholesterol 10mg |Sodium 20mg|Food Exchanges: 1 Carbohydrate, 1 FatCarbohydrate Choices: 1Weight Watcher Plus Point Comparison: 2| Smart Point Comparison 3 Continue reading >>

Chewy Chocolate-oat Bars

Chewy Chocolate-oat Bars

Heat oven to 350F. Spray 8- or 9-inch square pan with cooking spray. In 1-quart heavy saucepan, heat filling ingredients over low heat, stirring frequently, until chocolate is melted and mixture is smooth. In large bowl, stir together flour, 1/2 cup oats, the baking powder, baking soda and salt; set aside. In medium bowl, stir egg, brown sugar, oil and vanilla with fork until smooth; stir into flour mixture until blended. Reserve 1/2 cup dough in small bowl for topping. Pat remaining dough in pan (if dough is sticky, spray fingers with cooking spray or dust with flour). Spread filling over dough. Add 2 tablespoons oats and the butter to reserved dough. Mix with pastry blender or fork until well mixed. Place small pieces of mixture evenly over filling. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until top is golden and firm. Cool completely, about 1 hour 30 minutes. For bars, cut into 4 rows by 4 rows. Try using whole grains in all your baking. Whole wheat flour can be substituted for up to half of the all-purpose flour in most recipes. When heating the chocolate chips and sweetened condensed milk for the filling, be sure to use low heat to keep the chips and milk from scorching. Continue reading >>

Maple-cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

Maple-cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars

Maple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars arenaturally sweetened and gluten-free. Enjoy as a healthy snack or easy, on-the-go breakfast! Friends, were in seriousApril showers bring May flowers modeover here.I was waiting to pick Lincoln up outside his classroom the other day and a fellow Mom who is new to the state asked me, is it always like this here?? I could see the terror in her eyes. Soggy, grey, and blustery has been the weather du jour for the better part of the month, and were all not so patiently waiting for the summer sun to start shining on the reg. Until that day comes, the boys and I havebeen busy doing lots of indoorprojects like building pillow towers, digging our fingers into squishy kinetic sand (and trying not to show my horror when more of itends up on the floor than in the container,) and lots of baking, including these Maple-Cinnamon Oatmeal Breakfast Bars. If you liked my Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Bars , youllwant to make this maple-cinnamon version pronto Lincoln and I polished off an entire pan in less than 24 hours! He and Imake Blueberry Oatmeal Breakfast Bars almost every week he loves dumping all the ingredeientses into the bowl, and Ilove that its an easy project we can do togetherplus if were moving slow and deliberate I can stretch it intoa 30 minute activity. What can I say the days werestuck indoorstend to get long. Anyway, a fewweeks ago Lincolndecided he no longer likes blueberries mmkay! soinstead of watching him pick each individual berry out of the bars during breakfast or snack time, I made a version thatswapped berries for chopped pecans, and honey for real maple syrup. Add a heavy dose of warming cinnamon, and I could have sworn it was Octoberinside my kitchenwhile these babies were baking. The fall-like scent wafting from theove Continue reading >>

Chocolate-peanut Butter Oat Bars

Chocolate-peanut Butter Oat Bars

3/4 cup coarsely broken pretzel sticks (2 ounces) 1/4 cup miniature semisweet chocolate pieces Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Line a 13x9-inch baking pan with foil, extending foil over the edges of the pan. Coat foil with cooking spray. Spread oats in a 15x10-inch baking pan. Bake 10 to 15 minutes or until toasted, stirring twice; let cool. Reduce oven temperature to 300 degrees F. Meanwhile in a small saucepan combine the next five ingredients (through honey). Heat and stir over medium heat just until peanut butter and brown sugar are melted. Remove from heat. Stir in vanilla and salt. In a bowl stir together the toasted oats and the next four ingredients (through chia seeds). Add corn syrup mixture; stir to combine. Spread oat mixture in the prepared pan. Place a sheet of waxed paper, parchment paper, or plastic wrap over the mixture; press oat mixture firmly into the pan. Remove waxed paper. Sprinkle chocolate pieces over oat mixture. Replace waxed paper; press chocolate pieces firmly into oat mixture. Remove waxed paper. Bake 12 to 15 minutes or until firm. Cool in pan on a wire rack. Using the edges of the foil, lift uncut bars out of the pan. Cut into 18 bars. *Sugar Substitute: Choose Splenda Brown Sugar Blend. Follow package directions to use product amount equivalent to 3 tablespoons brown sugar. *Sugar Substitute: Nutrition analysis per serving: same as above except: 131 calories, 19 g carbohydrate, 10 g total sugar, 1% calcium Carb Choice: 1 To Store: Layer bars between sheets of waxed paper in an airtight container; cover. Store at room temperature up to 3 days or freeze up to 3 months. PER SERVING: 135 cal., 5 g total fat (2 g sat. fat), 3 mg chol., 156 mg sodium, 21 g carb. (2 g fiber, 11 g sugars), 3 g pro. Continue reading >>

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