Mixed Berry & Greek Vanilla Yogurt Overnight Oats I prepared these last noght all ready for this mornings Breakfast! These are a blast from the past, I haven’t had them in ages but I absolutely adore them so I can’t wait! I kinda forgot they existed for a while & I can’t understand why because It’s like eating dessert for brekkie! If you’re not keen on porridge try your oats this way, I guarantee you’ll love them. Continue reading
Nothing beats the gorgeous smell of baking through the kitchen of a Saturday morning. Hot & fresh out of the oven Delicious Skinny Banana & Milk Chocolate Baked Oat Muffins. A delicious weekend treat at just 3 propoints a muffin (or 1pp on Filling & Healthy). This makes 6 breakfast muffins (20pp per recipe or 4pp per recipe F&H). I hope you have a Fabulous Saturday!
Oh how I wish these were my invention! Sadly they are not, this recipe is by the lovely evil geniuses over at theburlapbag.com blog. I stumbled upon them & just had to share them with you lovely people! This made 8 Cookies even though the original recipe makes 16, I like bigger cookies because I’m greedy like that & c’mon they’re still only 1pp per Biccie! Hurray! These would be perfect Breakfast Biscuits with the use of Porridge Oats & Bananas to create them. Here’s the skinny:
1 Cup Porridge Oats (90g)
2 Large Ripe Bananas
I also used 10g Chocolate Chips
You Could shake these up numerous ways by using Cinnamon, Cocoa Powder, Almonds Chopped, Raisins, Dried Cranberries, Chopped Walnuts, Coconut the list is endless just don’t forget to point any additions! The 10g Chocolate Chips still make these 1pp each. Mash the Oats & Bananas together. As Bananas vary in size if it’s too runny add more oats & point them if it’s too dry add more Banana. Mash well, mine were a slightly dry but I felt they would hold better this way rather than too runny because they would spread & go to mush. Roll out & flatten into 8 Cookie shapes. Place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Lightly press a few chocolate chips into each cookie & bake in a preheated oven at 180c for 15 minutes. This makes slightly soft chewy cookies, if you prefer them harder cook them a bit longer but be careful they don’t burn. Enjoy!