Love the chew of a hearty cookie? This delightfully sweet and salty version of a classic oatmeal cookie features old-fashioned rolled oats, white chocolate chips, and a perfect pinch of flaky sea salt on top of each one. You’ll want to keep a cup of milk ready for all your dunking needs. Get the recipe now.
When you’re craving the crunch of granola but your sweet tooth just can’t take another hit, turn to this savory marriage of oats and nuts flavored with fiery crushed red pepper flakes, aromatic spices like citrusy sumac, and herbes de Provence. A hint of maple syrup keeps everything balanced. Read on for the recipe.
Need an allergen-free snack made with tasty and wholesome ingredients? Learn how to make these easy granola bars that are packed with seeds, dried fruit, and a little agave nectar and coconut oil. They’re perfect when you’re on the go and need a healthy boost throughout any busy day. Get the recipe now.
This easy oat bread doesn’t require any kneading at all. It’s simple and flavorful, a recipe that you’ll be eager to make again week after week. The ingredients are straightforward basics and the rising time is limited to 30 minutes – so you can have fresh baked bread in under two hours! Get the recipe now.
Wake up to the smell of freshly baked healthier oatmeal chocolate chip muffins. Made with whole wheat flour and applesauce, this recipe is a nutritious spin on a bakery favorite. Healthy enough for an easy breakfast or snack you can feel good about, read more now to add this recipe to your collection of go-to’s.
While convenient, most store-bought granola bars are essentially candy bars in disguise. These no-bake chocolate energy balls are a nutritious alternative, as they’re naturally sweetened and packed full of fiber, healthy fats, and protein. Read more now to get the full recipe, plus tips for building a healthy snack.
Want a fun update to your traditional chocolate chip cookie recipe? If you’ve never heard of cowboy cookies, you’re in for a treat. Our crunchy cowboy cookies are simple to make, with an addictive mix of shredded coconut, nutty pecans, hearty oats, and creamy chocolate chips. Learn how to make the recipe now.
This healthy five-minute pumpkin oatmeal smoothie is a refreshing and creamy way to start every fall morning. Made quickly in the blender with oats, yogurt, real pumpkin puree, warming spices, vanilla, and maple syrup, it’s a breakfast drink that will keep you full and satisfied well into lunchtime. Get the recipe now.
This super crunchy and flavorful pumpkin spice granola will be your new favorite snack this fall. It’s a delicious way to enjoy the season with hearty oats, plenty of crunchy seeds, and a sweet dose of maple and pumpkin spice to bring it all together. Enjoy it by the handful, or on yogurt for a delicious breakfast.
These aren’t your average granola bars. Soft like a baked good, but with the hearty texture and ease of a snack bar, you’re going to be making these healthier chewy pumpkin granola bars all year long! Kid-friendly and gluten-free, they’re the perfect snack or light breakfast. Read more now to get the recipe.
Looking for an easy dessert using fresh pears? Try this warm and comforting pear crisp. The fruit mixture forms a thick, luscious, cinnamon caramel sauce you’ll want to consume in large spoonfuls. With a buttery oat crumble, brown and crisp on top, this is one dessert you’ll never forget. Get the recipe now.