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16Jul/10

Love Muffin: Maple Bacon Oatmeal.


Yeah you read that right. Ladies and gentlemen, that was no typo.

For those of us who just can't make up our minds in the morning. I give you the ultimate breakfast. It's like four breakfast meals rolled into one. It's a bowl of oatmeal. It's a stack of pancakes. It's a handful of bacon. It's a muffin... umm obviously.

Breakfast. Of. Champions.

These days we're discouraged from eating things like greasy bacon and pancakes slathered in syrup and here I am combining them. No, I'm not trying to kill you. There's some oatmeal in there so that's got to count for something, right? The healthy power of oatmeal might magically counteract the unhealthy evil of it's breakfast foes.

You can pretend it's healthy. Like I do.

Or just shirk the rules and shove them in your mouth. Like I do.






Maple Bacon Oatmeal Muffins
Makes about 17 muffins.

Source: My imagination.

1 1/4 cup quick cooking rolled oats
1 1/2 cup milk
2 cup flour
1 tbsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup pure maple syrup
1 egg
1/4 cup butter, melted
8 strips bacon, cooked and chopped
2 tbsp pure maple syrup for topping






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Preheat the oven to 350 degrees and position a rack in the center. Line a muffin tin with muffin cups and set it aside.

In a large bowl combine oats and milk then let it sit for 5 min. In a separate large bowl combine flour, baking powder and salt. Whisk sugar, maple syrup, egg and butter into milk mixture. Lightly mix the wet ingredients into the dry ingredients along with the bacon.





























Spoon the batter into the prepared muffin tin until each are about 3/4 of the way filled. Bake them for 20 - 25 minutes until they're golden brown and a toothpick inserted into the center comes out clean. Transfer them to a cooling rack and brush the warm tops lightly with the reserved maple syrup using a pastry brush. Enjoy!








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  1. Will most definitely be making these ASAP!! What a fantastic idea!!

  2. So I guess you’ve finally come to a conclusion concerning that crazy notion everyone’s had about putting bacon in sweet treats! They look so yummy. I’m definitely going to have to make them.

  3. Mmmmm, bacon….that’s for sure something to try. Looks delish.

  4. Very interesting combination, actually I think I would really like your muffins.

  5. The holy trinity of oatmeal, maple and bacon – I’m actually going to try these!

  6. I did some maple bacon scones recently.. isn’t the combo great?! Congrats on Top 9!

  7. Yummy!! These look delicious!! You, my Canadian friend, are a culinary genius.

  8. What a unique combo! And congrats on Foodbuzz Top 9!!

  9. Fabulous! I saw these on Foodbuzz and made them immediately! Too fun! Congrats :)

  10. Lindsey! You’re bang on trend! I’m also intending on making some maple bacon muffins this weekend – come on, it’s already been a winning combination in waffles and pancakes – why not in cakes?!

  11. Trend be damned, genius is genius! And this, my friend, is delicious genius. Love how you brushed on the maple syrup. Yum!

  12. Hi, thnx 4 the muffin res’!Yum!I can’t wait to make thiss one! :-) w
    WOW!! Almost takes me back… I’m, 25 from Missiouri originally. Home of the world famous Budwiser• An likewise other known favs. As a kid though my mother use to make oatmeal with brown-sugar, a dip of maple syrup, butter an lastly 3 to 4 slices of bacon per each bowl of oatmeal. Crushed an mixed into the oats… It was the only way the four of us kids would eat oatmeal! Ha!! B u t it was ohhhh so good! I also hear of a yummy one to involve 2 grands biscuits pks an 1lbs of bacon a whole pat. Of real butter an maple syurp! You make the 1st layer now do so in like a small bread baking pan hehehe. Then kneed out the biscuits to a thin layer bottom..then coat a layer of melted butter with syurp, one half tbl spoon per one cup of syrup.. Or as desired! An the add the crushed bacon then new layer of biscuit then maple again with bacon til thw top or like 3 layers then last layer of top crust. Bake until golden brown usually around 350 to 400 depending on oven but omg ohhh sooo goood an heart attack happy lol!


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