Yes – this letter is to you.
You the good look person, sitting there reading my blog.
Thank you for being such a sweetheart and reading this little thing that has become such a huge (and exciting) part of my life.
I seriously love you for doing so, and in turn I hope to rock your socks with super yummy – oh so good delicious recipes for a long long time.
I’ll write and attempt to rock your socks, every single jingle time
Yeppperrss – - this recipe is deee-lich-ious whether it’s for breakfast, lunch, dinner or anywhere in between
(mmm or all of the above – - totally not speaking from experience! ).
… All wrapped up in a cozy bowl waiting for you to dig in!!
…Want some? Want Some? —Want Some?
Cooommmmeee annnndd getttt-eerrr
Peanut Butter & Jell-aayy Oatmeal
Serves 1 (increase as needed for the familia)
2 Cups Milk
¼ Cups Steel Cut Oats (seriously, this stuff – - is the STUFF – - love it!!)
¼ Cups Peanut Butter
3 Tbsp. Grape Jelly (or any other kind that tickles your fancy – - you say Nutella, I say – - marry me )
Over medium heat, bring your milk to a simmer. This should take about 3 minutes.
Next, add your peanut butter and allow to simmer for another 2 minutes.
Watch carefully for small bubbles to form- – don’t let your milk mixture boil as it burns easily (and there’s nothing worse than burnt milk *yuck*).
Add your oats.
Lower heat and allow to cook for 20 minutes, until desired consistency and tenderness of oats.
Remove from heat and spoon into your favourite bowl.
In a separate bowl, mix your jelly until it becomes a smooth syrup.
Last, drizzle your jelly over your peanut butter oatmeal.
Feeeelllll theee loooovvveee!!
There’s something special about a hot bowl of oatmeal, that makes me just want to dive in and do back-strokes (if I knew how to do back stokes :() It’s just so comforting – so warm – so inviting – so *yuuuuuuuummmm*!
I hope your socks have been rocked
Stay sweet cutie pies