My daughter prefers to eat oatmeal this way. I just put the oatmeal in a bowl with honey and milk. It’s actually quite good! And the part I like? No cooking involved!
1 C. Raw Milk
1 T. Raw Honey
2 C. Organic Rice or Quinoa Flour
*I like to use a few small pans of different shapes and sizes instead of one large bread sized pan. It’s more fun and you can freeze some for later. I used 4-5 small tins and baking dishes of different shapes. It averaged out to be 5 dishes. Banana bread thaws out nicely, but just be sure to wrap it good so there isn’t freezer burn. And don't forget to label it!
My cousins made these when I was a kid and now as an adult I’ve re-visited their chocolaty peanut buttery-ness. My daughter begs for them. But then again, she’s easy to please and loves all kinds of food.
I really love quinoa. It is actually a seed and is gluten free. It is also a great source of protein. Besides making quinoa as a side dish like I would as with rice, I grind it into flour to use in baking. If I use it in breads, my husband thinks it tastes bitter. I've heard that about quinoa, but I never taste the bitter flavor. But, when I use it in cookies, I get no complaints! Just substitute regular white flour in your cookies with quinoa flour. It has a nice consistency and kind of a nutty flavor, something maybe a little like a granola bar.
Makes Approx. 8 - 1 1/4 cup servings