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OATrageous Oatmeals: Delicious & Surprising Plant-Based Dishes From This Humble, Heart-Healthy Grain Paperback – September 16, 2014
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“Kathy Hester has done it again. In this fabulous new cookbook she transforms the modest little oat from understated to remarkable!” ―Allyson Kramer, author of Sweet Eats for All and Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats
“If, like me, you thought uses for oats started and stopped at breakfast, prepare to be pleasantly surprised by Kathy Hester's latest cookbook. These sweet and savory recipes span every meal, each making creative use of the humble oat.” ―Natalie Slater, author of Bake and Destroy
“I am a fanatic when it comes to oatmeal and oats, but after delving into OATrageous Oatmeals, Kathy has truly opened my eyes to just how versatile this humble ingredient is. Sausage Crumbles? Dry Chez Powder? How did I go on living so long without them? I can't wait to work my way through this cookbook in its entirety.” ―Jackie Sobon, food blogger at Vegan Yack Attack and food photographer
“If you thought that oats had to be relegated to breakfast time alone, Kathy Hester will prove you wrong in the most creative and appealing way. With recipes such as Pepperoni Crumbles (yes, made with oats!) and Easy Oat Roti, you'll find there's no limit to what oats will do for you.” ―Celine Steen, co-author of The Complete Guide to Vegan Food Substitutions, Vegan Finger Foods and more
About the Author
Kathy Hester is the author of the bestselling books The Vegan Slow Cooker, The Great Vegan Bean Book and Vegan Slow Cooking for Two or Just You. She is the creator of HealthySlowCooking.com and her work has been featured in Chickpea Magazine, T.O.F.U. Magazine and on OneGreenPlanet.com. She lives in Durham, North Carolina.
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All recipes are vegan, including soy free and (tons!) of gluten free. We are gluten free (sensitivity, so certified gluten free oats are not a *real* issue for us), but not necessarily vegan, and don't really card to have soy in our diet. Love the fact that the book lays flat...no matter what page you're on! That is HUGE! Hate it when a cookbook shuts on you when you're in the middle of a recipe:( ~ the binding appears to be one that is sewn rather than glued.
I've had this recipe for a little over a week and have made: the DIY Golden Gravy Mix, Apple Pear Baked Steel-Cut Oatmeal, Cranberry Orange Baked Oatmeal, Peanut Butter Banana Granola Bars, Nute and Fruit Granola Bars, Creamy Butternut Squash Oat Soup, and last, but certainly not least, the Peppermint Puppy Cookies as well as the Gluten Free Sweet Potato Banana Doggie Biscuits!! All have not disappointed. One bit. Seriously. This book will, no doubt, be used on a weekly basis.
The ingredients are easy to come by, the recipes are simple and clear cut. Highly recommend this book!
I only got this book yesterday and it was perfect timing for a sunny, yet windy fall day. My husband came home late and made a bowl of peanut butter pie oatmeal. I needed to make something warm and savory before running kids off to different events and made the steel cut oat bean chili. (all ingredients we had on hand). The kids really liked the chili. (they are 12, 13, and 14)
My son smelled my husband's oatmeal when he got home from his C.A.P. meeting and asked for a bowl of oatmeal so we tried the Pumpkin Coffee Cake Oatmeal. And I like a shake in the morning so I made the Carrot Cake Smoothie - ummm it was awesome.
The book takes the simple, understated, ultra versatile Oat and puts in desserts, snacks, drinks, breads, savory dishes, and there are puppy biscuit recipes, a scrub, a kitty treat. (We have a house full of animals!) I love oatmeal, it is good for your body, it is inexpensive, and it makes a nutritious meal stretch a bit.
There instructions are clear. A lot of them include stovetop and slow cooker methods if applicable. There are pictures of some of the dishes, but not all. The ingredients are not unavailable or unusual if you are already eating a vegetarian or vegan diet. In fact if you are a meat eating family looking for creative ways to occasionally abstain from meat...this is a non threatening way to jump in.
I've made the Banana Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes, the Protein Packed Peanut Butter Cup Overnight Oats, and the Creamy Butternut Squash Oat Soup. The Banana Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes were a big hit with my normally fairly picky children. They were sweet without being too sweet and had a better texture than regular pancakes. The portions were large - it said 24 silver dollar size pancakes, I got 24 four inch pancakes, which is considerably larger than silver dollar size to me. Mine were also a thin pancake though, so it may just depend on what kind of milk you use & how much it thins out the batter. We liked it a lot, it's just the first time I'm ever had to freeze half the batch of pancakes for another day! :-)
The Protein Packed Peanut Butter Cup Overnight Oats I made for myself.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've tried 4 or 5 recipes from this cookbook already, and each one tastes really good. I like that it has options for dairy, I love to bake, but quit because most baking recipes... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Sandra W.
I borrowed this cookbook from the library to spice up my morning bowl of oatmeal. Boy oh boy did I get a surprise !! Read morePublished 7 months ago by EyeLoveGlasses
I love all of the oatmeal ideas! I have tried several of the overnight oats recipes, and they have been great!Published 8 months ago by Animal chick
Great recipes...some were very imaginative as to what you could do with oats...such as milk for coffee.Published 9 months ago by Ellen Tanner