Blender Banana Muffins

What??  Blender Muffins???  What is that!!?

We have been testing some new blender recipes and I thought I would share the new family approved muffins!!!  What is so great about Blender muffins??  Well….

  1.  The ingredients are added to the blender – only one mess to clean up!
  2. You will use only whole grain oats – so no pre-ground flour stripped of its nutrition.
  3. They are fast and yummy!

I cannot WAIT to try new and different combinations.  I know substituting pumpkin for banana will be in our near future.  In other news, here is the latest photo session.  It is my friend’s daughter and just the prettiest thing you have ever seen.  Her skin was perfect (8 days old, so no acne!) and she slept (well at least a little).  🙂


Blender Banana Muffins
 
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Ingredients
  • 2 cups old-fashioned oats
  • 1½ teaspoons baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 2 large or 3 medium bananas (really ripe and brownish)
  • ¼ cup honey
  • ¼ cup Greek yogurt
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
  • ½ cup chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Spray baking pan with baking spray or line with cupcake liners.
  2. Add your oats to the blender (a food processor would work too). Blend on low to medium speed until it resembles flour. This may take longer on some blenders than others.
  3. Add everything except the chocolate chips.
  4. Blend on low and then high for about 1 minute using the plunger to push down ingredients towards the blades. You may need to scrape the sides of the blender.
  5. Pour or scoop the muffin batter evenly between the 12 wells.
  6. Add chocolate chips to the top of the muffins.
  7. Bake 14 minutes. Test with a toothpick and if it comes out clean, they are done.
  8. Cool on a wire rack for 10 minutes and then remove muffins from the pan to cool.
  9. Enjoy!
Notes
Recipe adapted from Blender Applesauce Muffins (https://www.fivehearthome.com/blender-applesauce-muffins-recipe/)

The banana mashed will also work with applesauce and pumpkin! Or try a mixture of both.

Try adding peanut butter powder or peanut butter for a chunky monkey treat!

Watermelon Smoothie | Teaching Colors in the Summer

Watermelon Smoothie

 

Hello Summer!   Whew – has it been FORever!!!  I just could not keep up with my usual exercise routine, full-time teaching, PTO meetings, updating the class website and add recipes to here all at the same time.  I am sorry.  I always post what is new and what everyone loved eating and just haven’t been making anything much new in a while.

I’ve been updating the laundry “room” with shiplap and it looks great!  I will post photos when it is all finished!

This recipe is KID approved as usual, fast and delicious!  Plus, I heard someone does not like bananas – this recipe has NO bananas in the smoothie!  How cool is that?  You can really taste the watermelon in it.  It is very refreshing especially since we have had 100+ heat index almost every day this summer.

I’m one of those weird moms that relates everyday things to learning and this recipe is a perfect example.  If you notice online or in green smoothie books (such as Simple Green Smoothies where I based this recipe), then you will find recipes that contain green items like spinach and red items like strawberries.  Now, the photos in the books don’t actually take a photo of the smoothie – only the ingredients neatly layered.  Once you mix red and green – which are complementary colors on the color wheel – you get ugly brown.  This ugly brown is delicious I promise.  But you might want to put it in a non-see through glass if the kiddos are picky.  On the plus side, you can’t tell there is spinach in it since it isn’t green 🙂

RED + GREEN = BROWN

RED + GREEN SMOOTHIES = don’t take photo of the final product if you are Simple Green Smoothies book


Watermelon Smoothie
 
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Serves: 2 large servings
Ingredients
  • 2 cups watermelon, cut into chunks
  • 2 cups spinach
  • 1 cup strawberries
  • 1 cup peaches, sliced
  • 2 cups ice cubes
Instructions
  1. Add watermelon and spinach to the blender. You may have to use a tamper to blend it. Turn the blender on and liquify the watermelon and spinach together. About 30 seconds will do it!
  2. Add the strawberries, peaches and finally ice. Blend on "smoothie" mode for a Vitamix or turn up your blender until the smoothie is consistent and ice is crushed.
  3. Sip and enjoy!

 

Snowflake Cinnamon Wreath

Cinnamon Wreath Bread

Hope you are having an awesome weekend!!

Here is the recipe and instructions for the snowflake cinnamon wreath that I created for Thanksgiving.  A number of things I learned while making this especially if you are used to making homemade cinnamon rolls:

  1.  Don’t make this ahead and put it in the fridge.  Normally I make the cinnamon rolls and wreaths ahead of time at night in order to pop it in the oven in the morning.  Unfortunately, it oozes everywhere and does not work out well.  In a pinch, it WILL work.  But it won’t yield the best results.
  2. Make sure to use a dough recipe that is rich and pliable.  I tried several of them and you need one with eggs and sugar.
  3. The egg on top is pretty, but you will still get a beautiful wreath without it.
  4. Try it!!!  Making it is NOT complicated at all and took me 10 minutes tops to make all the cuts and twists.


Snowflake Cinnamon Wreath
 
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
 
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Serves: 12 servings
Ingredients
  • Dough:
  • 1 cup warm milk (110 degrees)
  • 2 eggs, room temp
  • ⅓ cup margarine, melted
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • ½ cup sugar
  • 4½ cups bread flour
  • 2½ tsp. bread machine yeast
  • Cinnamon Filling:
  • 1 cup brown sugar
  • 2½ Tbs. cinnamon
  • 3 Tbs. butter, melted
  • Raspberry Filling:
  • ¾ cup raspberry jam
  • ½ tsp. cardamom
  • Topping:
  • 1 egg yolk
Instructions
  1. Add the bread dough ingredients to your bread machine per their instructions. My Oster Bread Machine states to add all the liquids first. Then, pile the flour on top, poke a small hold in the top of the flour to add the yeast. Put bread maker on “Dough Cycle”.
  2. Mix together your filling ingredients.
  3. Once the dough is finished, divide into 4 equal pieces. On parchment paper, roll the first ball into a 10" circle. Brush with butter if using cinnamon filling. Add one third of your filling. On another surface, roll out a 10 " circle. Put it on the filling. Add one third of your filling. Repeat and add the final 10" circle on top.
  4. Now to twist! Simply make a 2-3" circle outline in the center of your dough. I used a biscuit cutter. You could use a glass or cookie cutter, but just press LIGHTLY. Next, using a paring knife or kitchen scissors you will cut the dough towards the circle into 16 equal pieces. To do this, I cut it into fourths, then eighths, then sixteenths. Now the fun part!! Lift up two pieces next to each other and twist them AWAY twice. So they should twist both towards the outside. Once twisted, lay it down and pinch the ends together. Do this for each pair of twists and you will have 8 pretty snowflake points.
  5. Cover and let rise another 30-60 minutes. Beat the 1 egg yolk and brush on top. Bake on a rimmed cookie sheet on parchment paper at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
  6. Feel free to add a sprinkle of powdered sugar on top or powdered sugar icing with powdered sugar/milk/vanilla drizzled.
Notes
Recipe based on my Cinnamon Roll Bread Machine Recipe post

 

Fox Cookies for Fall

Cookie time!  It is fall and I received the Cheryl’s Cookie Catalog in the mail this weekend.  They always have cute designs…. I love the $6 (used to be $5) cookie option as a quick and fun gift for friends.  Here is a super easy method for cute fox cookies out of a heart cookie cutter.

First, I followed my recipe for sugar cookies.  I made them without baking powder and cut them into heart and pumpkin shapes.  As usual, I freeze my cookies before baking.  This goes for sugar cookies and drop cookies!  It keeps the cookie from falling flat and losing shape.  When you cut out the heart, use your thumb to push the tip of the heart to make it more rounded.

Second, I followed my recipe for royal icing.  I split it and made orange flood icing, white flood icing and green for the pumpkins.

Third, I flooded the heart with orange icing and let it dry with a fan on.  This took about 1-2 hours.

Fourth, the next layer was a small heart of white for the face, two triangles for the ears and white dots inside the ear.

Finally – for the eyes and mouth I did not use a food coloring pen.  Instead, I simply use food coloring gel and a toothpick.  I squeeze out a pea size amount of black coloring gel onto a plate, and then I use my toothpick to carefully place the eyes and mouth.  It sound worse than it is.  This is actually my favorite part and I have never had a problem with it.   I started doing this when I made snow globe cookies a few years ago and needed black for this eyes and mouth.

Chocolate Cream Cheese Dip

It’s strawberry season!  My favorite food in the whole wide world!

My 6 year old daughter made this chocolate cream cheese dip with some leftover cream cheese we had and it was DELICIOUS!  So quick and easy!  Plus it pairs well with all kinds of fruits and graham crackers.  The kids are sometimes hungry after playing outside or after school and this will fit the bill nicely.  Lots of fruit and protein and chocolate 🙂   It sounds weird, but pineapple tastes really good with chocolate, too!

Book:  The newest book I am reading is a textbook for my class starting next week:  Comprehensive Curriculum for Gifted Learners.

 (photo credit: Amazon)

It is the best book on Gifted instruction that I have found in regards to teaching and curriculum.  This book is not necessarily full of printables and handouts.  The text is a firm grounding in the research of gifted education and how to set up the curriculum and goals for the class.   If you homeschool gifted children or teach some in your classroom, this textbook is a GREAT resource.  It goes into depth on the goals of many gifted classes:  critical thinking skills, research skills, and problem solving skills.  I believe addressing the affective needs of these students by adding a goal of self-understanding of their strengths and weaknesses as well as high level oral and written skills should be added.

Recipe:  Since this recipe involves chocolate, I recommend the Rodelle Dutch Cooca.  Costco sells it during the winter time and I stock up.  Amazon also carries it and Hy-Vee.  I have heard great things about Ghirandelli as well.  It is not necessary, but the chocolate products seem darker and richer when using higher quality cocoa instead of Hershey.  Dutch cocoa also blends better with liquids – which is a nice perk when making this or hot cocoa!

The recipe makes a 4 serving amount of dip, so you may want to double or triple the recipe for a party.  Or keep it small like this for that family dessert or afternoon snack.

 

Chocolate Cream Cheese Dip
 
Prep time
Total time
 
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Serves: 4 servings
Ingredients
  • 4 ounces cream cheese or neufschetal cheese (like cream cheese but fewer calories)
  • ⅔ cup plain Greek Yogurt
  • 2 T unsweetened cocoa powder (baking cocoa powder)
  • 6 T powdered sugar
  • 2 T mini chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. In a medium bowl, allow the cream cheese to sit and come to room temperature. Or, put the cream cheese in a microwave safe bowl for about 30 seconds to soften.
  2. Add everything except the mini chocolate chips and mix with a fork until well combined.
  3. Top or stir in chocolate chips.
  4. Serve with strawberries, graham crackers, pineapple, kiwi or bananas.

 

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread

whole wheat chocolate zucchini bread snack dessert

Howdy!

Here are some of the latest fairy photos from a park photo shoot last week.  I just love the sun behind trees and bushes!!!  Creates such pretty bokeh.

fairy photo, Wentzville, Family Photographer

 

fairy photo, Wentzville, Family Photographer

 

Book:  I continue to read “Washington” by Ron Chernow in hopes that no one else in St. Charles county will request the book.  It is 800 pages and no way will I finish it in 2 weeks!  Again, there are pieces of his life illuminated within just the last few years that never made it into the history books that we learned from as children.  It really goes to show that just because we learned something in school doesn’t mean it is 100% accurate.  Chernow has uncovered many new essays and letters in the past few years on some of these influential men in US History.

Another death has occurred in the Washington legacy  – this time it is his stepdaughter Patsy.  The poor girl had epilepsy and constant seizures.  She died and half of her estate went to her brother Jacky and the other half to Martha and George Washington.  This development was rather significant to our history in a number ways.  #1, Patsy was never ever left alone because of her frequent seizures and therefore Martha would never have joined George much – if at all – during the Revolution. #2 George now had the financial flexibility to lead the country in the American revolution without requiring a salary (which he didn’t take and Alexander Hamilton didn’t either… though he was so poor that after his death the family requested some of his pay just to buy food and such).  Without this financial security, George may never have left Mount Vernon for such a lengthy amount of time to attend the Continental Congress, lead the Continental Army in the Revolution or accept the presidency for two terms.

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread Recipe 3

Recipe:  I thought I couldn’t compete with the Double Chocolate Zucchini Bread that we have been making for years and years.  It is a favorite even among the pickiest of eaters.  But this one is just as good or better!  You see…. another favorite of ours is the recipe for Chewy Gingerbread Chocolate Chip Cookies  🙂  Drool…..

Oh right.  The new recipe.

So, Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread is a combination of these two favorite recipes.  We used 100% molasses which gave the bread a dark color and deep, rich flavor.  It does taste wonderful with chocolate.  The flour is replaced with all 100% whole wheat flour.  The oil can be swapped out with applesauce.

Feel free to freeze this bread.  Make into smaller loaves.  Make into muffins, mini muffins, whatever!

The flavor is complex and not too sweet.  The texture is typical for a quick bread without being too gummy even when using applesauce instead of oil.  I’m sure the bread would last a few days, but I don’t think ours lasted more than 24 hours in this house.

whole wheat bread, zucchini, chocolate chip

 

Whole Wheat Chocolate Chip Zucchini Bread
 
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Serves: 1 loaf
Ingredients
  • 2 eggs (large or 3 small/medium)
  • ⅓ cup molasses (or honey if you don't like molasses)
  • ½ cup vegetable oil or applesauce
  • ⅓ cup (2.5 oz) brown sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 2 cups (8.5 oz) white whole wheat or whole wheat flour
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • ½ tsp. baking soda
  • ½ tsp. baking powder
  • 2 cups shredded and unpeeled zucchini (choose a medium size one)
  • 1 cup (6 oz) chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. (Or convection oven to 325 degrees)
  2. Grease with baking spray, butter or cooking spray a 9x5" loaf pan.
  3. In a great big bowl, mix the wet stuff: eggs, molasses/honey, oil/applesauce, brown sugar and vanilla. Stir or whisk together until there are no lumps.
  4. To the great big bowl with the wet mixture, add in the dry stuff: flour, baking soda, and baking powder. Mix well. Since it is whole wheat flour, we don't have to worry about gluten forming!
  5. Add in the zucchini and chocolate chips. Stir with a large spoon or spatula.
  6. Put the quick bread mixture into the loaf pan. Bake 50-60 minutes. (It may be done in 45 minutes with a convection oven).
  7. Test the center of the bread with a toothpick and you may get some melted chocolate, but there shouldn't be any bread on it.
  8. Cool on a cooling rack for 10 minutes. Turn the bread out of the pan and allow the bread to cool directly on the cooling rack.
Notes
Recipe from King Arthur Flour

Weigh the ingredients for the best accuracy!!! Or spoon the flour into the measuring cup. This is how KAF develops their recipes and provides the best match.

 

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookies

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookie Whole Wheat

Book:  I started Ron Chernow’s “Washington” and it reminds us how little decisions have such a big impact.  How did Washington at such a young age get to where he needed to be?  His family was not upper class nor lower.   He may not have become a figure at all in history.  But he was the right person in the right place at the right time.  And what formidable stuff was he made of!  Travelling 250 miles in November through the northeastern United States (yes yes we weren’t the United States then) on horseback in pouring rain and snow!  His brother Lawrence happened to marry Anne Fairfax – one of the most prominent families in Virginia.  This marriage gave George Washington access to people and culture that was not possible before.

Plus, George went with Lawrence to Barbados to help cure Lawrence’s tuberculosis.  George contracted a mild form of smallpox and recovered there in the Caribbean.  As a result, George Washington became immune to the #1 killer of men during the American Revolution: smallpox.  Lawrence returned to Mount Vernon and died.  He left the estate to his wife Anne.  After she had died, Lawrence left the Mount Vernon estate to George Washington.

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookie Whole Wheat

Recipe: We have zucchini growing out of our ears!  🙂  After freezing some zucchini bread, we decided to try a new twist – chocolate chip cookies.  These were so good!  The recipe is similar to our favorite all-time chocolate chip cookie.

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookie Whole Wheat

Why we love this recipe:

  1.  It freezes well.  Make as many or as few as you like.  Keep the rest for Christmas even!  Just store in an airtight bag and remove the air with a straw.
  2. You only need 1 bowl.  One bowl = less mess 🙂
  3. The ingredients are fairly standard and found in the pantry.
  4. They taste amazing!
  5. When baked, they are crispy on the outside and tender on the inside.
  6.  Many of the ingredients are weighed – so just place your bowl on the scale and dump!  No mess and no measuring cups scattered about.  Plus they will turn out the same and perfect every time when you weigh the flour.

    Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookie Whole Wheat
    A note on King Arthur Flour recipes (this is one of them and mentioned in the notes):   they always weigh their flour or they scoop their flour and add it to the measuring cup.  The company doesn’t put the measuring cup into the flour and scoop and level like you see on TV.  This creates a difference in their recipes and I have received some complaints about the recipes not turning out.  Every single time it is the same: I didn’t weigh the ingredients.  Please weigh, or scoop and put into the measuring cup to get accurate results.

 

Chocolate Chip Zucchini Cookies
 
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Serves: 30 medium size cookies
Ingredients
  • ¼ cup butter (melted) or vegetable oil
  • 1 cup minus 2 Tb. (6.5 ounces) brown sugar
  • ½ tsp. baking powder
  • ¼ tsp. baking soda
  • ¾ tsp. salt
  • 2 tsp. vanilla extract
  • 1 egg
  • 1 cup shredded zucchini
  • 2 cups (12 ounces) chocolate chips (we used semi sweet)
  • 1 cup (4.25 ounces) white whole wheat flour
  • 1 and ½ cups (4.5 ounces) quick oats or old fashioned oats
Instructions
  1. In a great big bowl: mix the melted butter, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda, salt, vanilla and egg with a fork.
  2. Add the zucchini and mix well.
  3. Add the chocolate chips, flour and oats. Mix until just combined.
  4. For nice rounded cookies, take a piece of parchment or silicone mat and place it on a rimmed cookie sheet. Using a small or medium size cookie scoop, scoop the cookie dough onto the sheet and freeze for 1-2 hours or more. You do not absolutely need to freeze them. They will bake, but they will spread and I like my cookies not to be flat.
  5. Bag any cookie dough balls you want for later.
  6. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and bake the cookies for 14-16 minutes. They will take a little longer from frozen. The bottoms will be golden brown and the tops will not be gooey but just set. I wait for the tops to stop looking gooey.
  7. Then remove from the oven and place them on a cooling rack. I pull the parchment or silicone mat off the cookie sheet and onto the cooling rack to stop the cooking process.
  8. Cool slightly and eat! Store in a airtight container up to 1 week.
Notes
Recipe adapted slightly from King Arthur Flour

Weigh the ingredients for accurate measurements.

 

 

No Bake Chocolate Cherry Crisp

Chocolate Cherry Granola Crisp No Bake 6

Ooh Wee –   It is hot outside!  This Sunday we experienced a heat index of 100 degrees by 9am and 118 degrees later.

But who wants dessert?

Me!!!!!

Chocolate Cherry Granola Crisp No Bake

Golden Girl Granola has graciously provided the secret main ingredient for what makes this a no bake dessert –> GRANOLA.  I used their Chocolate Decadence Granola this time.  (The last blog post used Bluesberry Granola which was soooo good!)  I love how their granola tastes homemade because it is made that way.  If you read the ingredients, Golden Girl Granola is exactly what you would use in making homemade granola.  Real ingredients.  Really good granola.  Instead of chunks, it is sweet and delicious with a hint of almond.

Chocolate Cherry Granola Crisp No Bake 3

Crisps are great with cherries and summer is cherry season.  I have included a recipe for your own homemade cherry filling that is tasty and fast – so you don’t have to buy the canned stuff enhanced with Red #40 and all kinds of totally useless ingredients.  If you have a pot, you can make cherry pie filling!  Don’t have fresh cherries around?  Use frozen!

This filling also works great for topping cheesecake, eating with Greek yogurt, making my favorite cherry pie, or topping for chocolate cake.

Chocolate Cherry Granola Crisp No Bake 4

No Bake Chocolate Cherry Crisp
 
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Ingredients
  • 4 Tb. butter
  • 1 and ½ cups Chocolate Decadence Granola
  • 2 Tb. white whole wheat or all-purpose flour
  • 4 cups dark sweet cherries, fresh or frozen
  • 2 cups sugar
  • ¼ cup cornstarch
  • ½ tsp. almond extract
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract
  • Toppings (optional but tasty): vanilla ice cream, whipped cream
Instructions
  1. In a large pot, add the butter and melt over medium heat. Once melted, turn the heat down to medium-low and add the granola and flour. Stir often to toast and coat the granola.
  2. Pour the granola from the pot into a bowl and set aside.
  3. Add cherries to the same pot you used. Cook over medium heat until bursting. My cherries were pretty large and I cut them in half with my spoon while stirring.
  4. Once bursting. add the sugar and cornstarch. Bring to a boil and stir constantly for two minutes while the mixture boils. Remove from heat.
  5. Add the extracts and stir to combine. Allow to cool slightly.
  6. Now, you can pour the cherry pie mixture into 4 individual dishes or a 8x8 or 9x9 pan. Pour the granola topping on top of the mixture. Top with ice cream and eat!

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Rhubarb Apple Crisp

rhubarb apple crisp recipe

Book:  I finished the 750 pages of “Alexander Hamilton” by Ron Chernow.  I loved it so much I now have his new book “Washington” as well which is 800 pages!  But it goes by quickly and written so well that the length is really no bother.  Chernow found 50 new essays that had not been previously discovered on Alexander Hamilton detailing much more about the duel that caused his death and his elusive time in the Caribbean during his youth.    If anything the book gives you insight into the founding of our country and the men who set in motion the direction of the United States of America at a time when there was no United States.  He really was a true genius for creating all that he did from writing the Federalist papers, creating the National bank, the Coast Guard, the debt, and the coins that we used today.

rhubarb apple crisp recipe

Recipe:

I hope you had a GREAT weekend!  Now is the time we are picking our zucchini, tomatoes and rhubarb out of the ground!  But how do you use rhubarb?

Well, don’t eat the leaves 🙂  They are toxic.  But the rest is delicious!

I know rhubarb and strawberry combinations are super popular.  But apples are always around and last a lot longer.

rhubarb apple crisp recipe

Anyway – make this if you like desserts!  At all.  It is super easy and delicious.  I have made 3 batches so far this  summer.  Now, I don’t like super sickly sweet.  This crisp you actually taste the rhubarb and it does not require mounds of vanilla ice cream to cut the sweetness.  We added a little whipped cream, but even that was just a little and not totally necessary.  If you do like sickly sweet desserts, there are other recipes that add up to twice as much sugar.

rhubarb apple crisp recipe

Didn’t grow any rhubarb?  That’s okay!  Your grocery store will have it.

Rhubarb Apple Crisp
 
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Serves: 9 servings
Ingredients
  • 1.5 pounds (6 cups) rhubarb, sliced into ¾" pieces
  • 2 cups or 2 Granny Smith apples, cut into ¾" pieces (I leave the skin on, feel free to remove)
  • ⅓ cup white whole wheat flour (or all-purpose)
  • 1 and ⅛ cup (9 ounces) sugar
  • ¼ tsp. salt
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • ½ cup (4 ounces) brown sugar
  • ¾ cup (3 ounces) white whole wheat flour or all purpose
  • ½ cup old fashioned oats
  • ¼ tsp. salt
  • 1 tsp. ground cinnamon
  • 1 stick (1/2 cup) butter or ¼ cup butter + ¼ cup Greek yogurt, cold and cut up
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Grease or spray a 9x9" dish or ceramic dish about the same size.
  3. In a great big bowl: mix your rhubarh, apple, ⅓ cup flour, sugar, salt and lemon juice. Toss to combine. Pour into the baking dish.
  4. In a medium bowl: mix the brown sugar, ¾ cup flour, oats, salt and cinnamon. Once mixed, scatter the butter (or butter and yogurt combo) throughout and mix with your fingertips until the topping becomes crumbly. Add this on top of the fruit filling. Bake for 40-50 minutes. The top will be brown and the fruit filling bubbly.
Notes
Recipe adapted from King Arthur Flour

 

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