Amish Oatmeal Pie
This Amish Oatmeal Pie Recipe is a comforting, easy pie recipes that taste similar to pecan pie. The brown sugar in the recipe gives this easy pie recipes a deep, rich flavor. This is one of the best pie recipes; it's like having a bowl of oatmeal with brown sugar or an oatmeal cookie. Oatmeal is one of those versatile ingredients you can use in a variety of easy pie recipes. For this easy pie recipes you'll start with an unbaked pie shell, a great way to save on time. You can use either a premade pie crust shell to save some time, or you can make an easy pie crust recipes. This easy pie recipes will come out soft, but not so soft that it can’t be cut into slices. This quick and easy pie recipes is especially good served with some vanilla ice cream.
The addition of oats to a recipe to any easy pie recipes helps to make that pie recipe that much more healthy. Oats are also considered to be a healthy food because of their rich content of essential nutrients. In a 100 gram serving size of oats, you will find that oats provide an excellent source of protein, Dietary fiber, several B vitamins and several dietary minerals, with the largest amount being manganese. Oats are also known to lower cholesterol, which makes them an accepted health food. Oat bran is the outer casing of the oat, and this it is the daily consumption of this over weeks that lowers bad cholesterol and total cholesterol, and in turn possibly reducing the risk of heart disease. Oats are great for a morning breakfast recipe, and can be used in all sorts of quick and easy apple desserts, healthy and tasty snacks like granola recipes, pastry baking in the crust and fun recipes for kids. Toasting oats along with toasted seeds and nuts, some raisins or cranberries, tossed with some maple syrup is an excellent granola recipe to enjoy in the morning.
Brown sugar has a distinctive brown sugar because of the presence of molasses in this sucrose sugar product. Brown sugar is often made by adding sugarcane molasses to white sugar crystals that are completely refined, to reduce manufacturing costs. The brown sugar that is prepared in this manner is often much coarse than its unrefined equivalent, and its molasses may be easily separated from the crystals of sugar by simply washing it to reveal the underlying white sugar crystals. By comparison washing unrefined brown sugar, will reveal underlying crystals which are off-white because of the addition of molasses.
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