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If you're having a rough day, or a rough morning, or you're just tired of the same 'ole same 'ole breakfast
(Mine's been generic rice crispies and a mug of tea. Gourmet at it's finest!), perhaps I can interest you in these lovely little muffins! I've been wanting some Peanut Butter & Oatmeal muffins for a while now, and I couldn't figure out a recipe. So I finally perused a few recipes, took what I liked, and made these. They're pretty good, if I do say so myself. They're also not terrible for you, which is a bonus!
The recipe is up on Tasty Kitchen, so feel free to check it out! Here's a few process shots, so that you'll know you're headed in the right direction! I liked this warm and cold, although the hubs wasn't impressed with their moistness. I had been aiming for a hearty, stick-to-your-ribs sort of muffin, so I was content. Also, as far as flavor goes, you might want to add a bit more PB (like, 1/4 cup), since they smell more peanut butter-y than they taste.
|The batter - super thick.|
Don't be scared.
The flavor of these really took me back to my childhood. Does anyone else remember this?
You could make your own McDonalds cookies out of (basically) graham crackers and peanut butter, if I remember right. There's one for sale on ebay right now, but the poor misguided soul thinks you're supposed to use playdough. No no no, these made delicious (to a then 7-year-old) cookies! (Oh! Look! I found a video of it being used!) I always wanted the ice cream maker too, but that was one dream never realized...
Anyhow, the flavor of the muffins reminded me of these cookies, for good or ill, real or imagined. I just wanted to share a piece of my childhood with you. And now all I want is a super-sized McD's fries.