- 3/4 cup whole wheat flour
- 3/4 cup quick-cooking oats
- 2/3 cup sugar
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1 tsp baking powder
- 1 tsp baking soda
- 1/8 tsp salt
- 1/2 cup apples, finely chopped
Preheat oven to 350*. Combine wet ingredients in one bowl, and dry ingredients into another. Incorporate dry mixture into wet until smooth.
Pour evenly into a greased or lined muffin pan. Add chocolate chips to a few for good measure.
Bake for 20-25 minutes. Then, use your mouth to destroy…
Make these!! They are incredibly moist and the addition of cinnamon + apple makes them a perfect fall treat. Plus, they contain tons of Vitamin A!
Here’s the best part of being a food blogger: you will get down and dirty for some natural light for your photography.
At any moment my neighbors could have come out of their apartment. Oh boy, would they have judged!
Then it was time to go shopping. We stopped in Palmetto Moon so Boding could get a new Clemson koozie. We were pretty excited to find Clemson silly bandz! Omg are we 5?
I stole a C (for Christina?) and a tiger paw.
We shopped some more and I bought some skinny jeans from Ann Taylor Loft, a sweater from Banana Republic, and new powder and mascara from MAC. Shopping always works up an appetite, so we drove over to Village Bakery for lunch.
I got the Turkey and Provolone with cranberry on multi-grain bread with a side of Asian Salad.
This is my favorite sandwich from Village Bakery. The cranberries are the best part so I always ask for extra. The Asian salad was linguine tossed with edamame, bell peppers, carrots, peanuts, and cilantro.
We found ring pops!! Boding spent 50 cents on me. This is probably the closest I’ll come to getting a fancy ring from a guy for a while. Ha.
Silly bandz AND ring pops? YES we are definitely children.
Saturday evening we went over to Margaret’s for a cookout and to watch the Auburn vs. South Carolina game. This was a great excuse to bake another fall treat, so I made pumpkin cookies!! When I made them last year, I used milk chocolate chips, but since Margaret is allergic to chocolate, I swapped them out for white chocolate.
They are even better with white chocolate chips. I also used half as much oil because I thought they were too wet last year. This time they came out more cake like and very tender. They were quite a hit at the party. See the recipe here.
More orange & navy for Auburn!
While we were at the party, Matt showed up with coconut water because he heard it was a hangover cure. Has anyone heard this?
The cookout was lots of fun, except for the part where I had to attack Matt for stealing my phone and sending dirty text messages. He is a bad boy!
Hope you all had a wonderful (football-filled) weekend!!