Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Muffins and Paris plates

Hello everyone!!
Today I am going to share my Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipe!
They are quite filling and packed with yummy flavours!
First I want to show you all my white luncheon set with Paris scenes...
I love the shape of these coffee cups... retro looking
Here is a close up of the scenery on the china...

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins...

These are so heavenly good... that I promise you ...your plate will look

Like this when you are done!

Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins
1 1/4 cup oats (quick cooking )
1 1/4 cup milk
1 egg
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3/4 cup packed brown sugar
3/4 cup semi-sweet chocolate chips ( I used milk chocolate!)
1 cup chopped pecans
1 1/4 cup flour (all purpose)
4 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1. Combine oats and milk. Allow to stand for 15minutes.
Heat oven to 400 and grease 12 cup muffin tin
2. Stir egg, oil, 1/2 cup brown sugar, chocolate chips and 1/2 cup pecans into
oat and milk mixture.
3. Combine flour, baking powder and salt. Add Oat mixture to flour mixture,
stirring until just moist. Fill each cup and sprinkle tops with remaining brown
sugar and pecans.
4. Bake at 400 for 20 minutes
Pamela xo


  1. Hi Pamela...Looks so YUMMY! Your Paris dishes are so nice. This is a recipe I'm going to have to try! Thanks for sharing...Have a great week. Cindy

  2. Beautiful coffee set! I bet you can just imagine yourself sitting at a cafe on the Champs de Elysees! And the muffins look delectable - I'm going to have to make them for the tribe! x

  3. Those plates are gorgeous and so is the coffee set!! So nice to go to a little Paris bistro for coffee and a piece of cake! Come visit me soon for a cup of coffee, you're so welcome.


  4. I love, love, love dishes with scenes on them. These are fabulous. Thanks for the recipe. We are muffin lovers here and I will make these this weekend. Hugs, Deb=^..^=x5

  5. The china is absolutely gorgeous! What a beautiful design! And I am SO hungry for muffins! These look healthy, too! Thanks for the recipe! ♥ I love cooking with oatmeal! ♥

  6. These look so darn good! I am, of course, trying to lose a few pounds but if these were in front of me I could not resist. Love the china too.

  7. Your tea cups are so pretty and that recipe yummy!

  8. Hello Pamela!
    I am visiting you from my desk at work today. ~ * A little escape to Vancouver Isle * ~
    Your Paris dishes are so filled with charm and goodness! I will definately make that recipe soon! Yummmm! Thank you! *Lynne*

  9. Those dishes are so delightful! What fun to sit down to!

  10. This was a wonderful post Mrs. Paula...I am going to try your recipe. I've never baked Muffins before. The China is very nice.

  11. Pamela, those are the cutest plates and this recipe sounds so good and I am sure all the calories were removed!

  12. They sound delightful! And I'm starving!

  13. Pamela, save me one they look so good Tia wants me to make them Sunday... I love the china so very pretty.


  14. Okay- I am making these for work tomorrow. The boys will love me! Your china is beautiful...very French-y! xxoo Diana

  15. I think my family would keel over from shock if I made muffins!

  16. I love the retro shape of the cups too! The muffins sound soooo good!


  17. Muffins on your Paris plates looks wonderful!

  18. Those muffins look scrumptious! I may have to try the recipe!

  19. Hi Pamela, Your Paris luncheon set is adorable and it is very retro looking! The muffins sound great. You can put chocolate chips in anything and I am in heaven.

  20. mmmmm lovely Pamela!
    dishes and mmmuffins ")

  21. What a cute tea set! Wish I had one of those muffins for a night time snack. ~ Sarah

  22. Love the scenery on the luncheon set..Very chic..xx

  23. Yum you muffins look really good! wish I had some on this cold winters day :)

  24. so nice of you to stop by & coment. Love your blog will have to come back very soon. xo Laura

  25. Those look delicious! Love your blog and am a new follower

  26. Love, love, love the tea set. Such sweet scenes of Paris!

  27. Your china has such a sweet and interesting pattern, I really like it! I will be making these muffins, they look yummy! (I'll have to leave out the pecans though...I'm allergic :-( ( I'll let you know how they turn out. :-)

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  29. Blogger Sheila said... I should learn to look for spelling errors before posting a comment...

    Hello again Pamela - Paris is such a wonderful place to be and if you can't be there it would be wonderful to be having a cup of tea and a delicious muffin. Your Paris china is so delightful!

  30. Hello Pamela,

    With the exception of the salami, the pizza sounds great! Friday is pizza night at my home and has been since the kids were little. We make our own dough and pizza too. There is just nothing like a fresh homemade pizza.

    I like how the island looks now that you painted it. What a difference. I cannot wait to see the final results of your current project.



I love love reading all your comments!! They mean so much to me...thank you..Pamela xo