Hi Guys! I Made this baked oatmeal last night and left it ready just to put into the oven in the morning as I think it would be too much job to put everything together in the morning as my boys always wake up so hungry!
So I made it, left it in the fridge over night and got up early, turned on the oven, went back up and got ready, came down sticked it into the oven and went back up to get the boys so by the time we came down it was ready!
I just added some fruit on top and omg was delicious! This would be lovely if you have friends over for breakfast to have as a little “dessert” after a nice omelette or something like that! don’t you think?
Well I ate what you see on plate and my boys ate the rest they loved it so much!yes they ate what you see in the big plate and they are only 1.6 yr and 2.8yr. They literally eat more than me.
If you aren’t eating the whole thing in a morning as we did. Keep the rest in the fridge once is cooled and enjoy the next morning!
So here is the recipe:
1 cup of porridge oats (raw of course)
3/4 cup of almond milk
1/4 any nut butter (peanut butter, almond butter, cashew butter, etc) I used PB2
1/4 cup of pumpkin seeds
1/2 teaspoon of bicarbonate soda
1 teaspoon cinnamon
I added a handful of dark chocolate chips
and 3 tablespoons of honey
Toppings of choice
Pre-heat oven at 200 degrees Celcius
1. Mash banana in a bowl with the nut butter
2. Add oats, milk and egg and mix well
3. stir the baking soda, cinnamon and seeds
4. Pour into a pan previosly greased or place grease proof paper on it. (Alternatively you can bake it on individual little moulds to eat directly from them)
5. Stick into the oven for 25 minutes
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I love baked oats. This looks delicious. I usually use greek yoghurt in mine, I must try them with almond milk. (found your blog through Irish Bloggers on Facebook)
Oh great to know! Totally try them ull love them! Thanks for checking my blog I will check yours now. X
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