No-Cook Steel-Cut Oats & Summer's End Nectarine Sorbet

No-Cook Steel-Cut Oats & Summer's End Nectarine Sorbet

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Emma Christensen
Sep 2, 2011

From this time last year, we have a recipe for no-cook steel-cut oats (aka meusli!), ten ways to have a baked potato for dinner, some fresh ideas for salad dressing, and a sorbet to celebrate the end of summer. Take a look!

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Soaked in milk overnight like meusli, steel-cut oats become a hearty and healthy breakfast.

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Use up your corn and your zucchini with this easy side dish.

• Skip the cocktails and serve these boozy fruit skewers for your next backyard party!

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These oatmeal raisin muffins are just begging for a second cup of coffee.

• The only way to truly avoid a bitter eggplant.

Bid farewell to summer with this tart and fruity nectarine sorbet.

• This is the kind of kitchen that just makes you want to dive in and cook something.

Give your salads a kick in the pants with one of these fresh and tasty dressings.

• If you're a fan of dinner-for-breakfast, we've got a few ideas that are right up your alley.

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• These ginger ice cream sandwiches are the perfect summer-to-fall dessert.

• With all these ideas, a baked potato for dinner will never be boring again.

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