I love a multi-purpose product, don’t you? Take oats for instance. It makes a hearty, hot & healthy breakfast option. I like to drizzle some Honey From Our Hives and maybe sprinkle a little fruit on top. Good & hearty!
But there are other things you can do with oats besides make oatmeal for breakfast.
I often grind oats into oat flour for use in my Honey/Oatmeal Sandwich Bread recipe. It’s a low-cost yet healthy substitute for the more expensive whole wheat portion of flour that I used to use. And it maintains that heartier whole-wheat feel to the bread too.
But there are still more uses for this cheap, healthy product. I often use it as a substitution for breadcrumbs!
How do I keep honey pouring neat when I refuse to use those plastic squeezy-bears? Honey jars seemed too expensive but I wanted something quality and made of glass. Luckily I’ve found an awesome solution. Come check out this Homestead Hack.
You’re baking cupcakes, still have batter & need more muffin cup spaces. No worries! I used wide-mouth canning rings to expand the capacity of my muffin tin and bake all the batter into muffins at one time. What a helpful Homestead Hack. #UseWhatchaGot!