One is not enough

4 Jan


Neither one muffin, nor one recipe.
Katie, you did it again. This single-serving muffin was fan-friggin’-tastic.
So go get this recipe and make it-and um, you may want to double the recipe. Then tell Katie she rocks. A lot of blog readers do these days but that is because she does. Like, totally! Sorry, valley girl moment.
So maybe the point of this recipe is that it only makes one. But when it comes to bread products, I eat for two: me and…you. That’s right. I eat a second just to MAKE SURE its good enough to share the recipe with you. Except I couldn’t with this muffin since it only made one. I’m talking in circles. I’ll stop.
So a week later I decided to tackle another single serve Katie recipe, this one for a Cinnamon Roll Baked Oatmeal.

I feared wanting more but this recipe was bigger and have the option of cooking it as one big portion or two smaller so I stuck with it. I figured that the extra large portion would cancel out my need for seconds: I cooked it as one.

Yeah, duuuude. This hit the spot. It was after midnight and I wasn’t up to making frosting so I slathered with smart balance. Mmmmmm, slathering. It’s like lathering without the bubbles. Hopefully sans soapy taste too.
This Boatmeal is good stuff! I would add a touch more cinnamon in the future, but I’m a cinna-holic, take that as you will.

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9 Responses to “One is not enough”

  1. Sabrina at MyMiBoSo January 5, 2012 at 6:00 pm #

    I couldn’t imagine baking just one – if I’m going to wash some baking supplies, I like it to be well worth my time!

  2. MegSmith @ Cooking.In.College January 5, 2012 at 8:19 pm #

    Yummy! My favorite Katie recipe has to be her pumpkin chocolate chip muffin for one! I double it and eat them both. Delicious and healthy to boot :-)

    Those both look incredible!

    • Ellen January 5, 2012 at 8:34 pm #

      Ooh, I have to try the pumpkin one…

  3. Nadiya January 7, 2012 at 8:40 pm #

    Katie’s boatmeal’s are awesome and best of all portable for someone who’s on the run. Plus much more nutritious then granola bars!

    • Ellen January 7, 2012 at 10:02 pm #

      Yup, every little thing Katie does is magic:) thanks for stopping by to comment!

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