Friday, January 4, 2013

3 NEW Healthy Baked steel-cut Oat Meals in a Jar from One Tropical Base (The 52 Method Continues)

 Raspberry Zinger Baked steel-cut Oatmeal
This one tastes like a cross between a berry cobbler and those daggum Hostess zinger cakes that no longer exist  yet I crave.

 Pistachio Spiced-Peach Pie Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal
The addition of a pistachio flavored oil to the base lends a ton of remarkable flavor to this dish without adding the fat of a lot of nuts. It reminds me of a trip to an Italian bakery
 Mango Banana Cream Cake Baked Steel Cut Oatmeal
This breakfast reminds me of a creamy banana cake with the tart sweet addition of mango.
All of these are from a guest post I did yesterday on the Honeyville Foods Blog. Happy New year my darlings! Go see the post: Here

I am no longer the corporate chef for Honeyville but we still love them dearly. My family is greatly blessed and relies heavily on the extra money brought in by sales tracked back to this site. This is also the company that packages and sells my spice line as well as my food storage cookbooks. Thank you so very much for your support. Xoxo!

Always My Very Best,
Your Friend Chef Tess


Anonymous said...

Can you please tell us where to get the flavorings you use in these delicious sounding meals. Wish Honeyville would carry them. Made several of your jar meals and love the convenience and they taste good too!
Thank you! JP of Colorado

Julie said...

Where can I buy your new book?

Chef Tess said... has the powdered flavorings available for online purchase. All the Honeyville retail stores carry them but they are currently in Utah, California and Arizona. The LorAnn oils are at LorAnn The new book is available at all the Honeyville retail locations and we're working out the online details now. I know it's frustrating!

Chemicals said...

Thanks again Chef Tess, I'll be back later for some great stuff...

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the service you give in the food storage area. You will never know how far reaching your help is. I ordered and received my powdered flavorings.
Thanks sooooooo much.
JP of CO

Anonymous said...

I really don't want to use dehydrated meats. Do you have recipes where you can add your own meat when you cook it?