Baked oats. An easy, tasty way to enjoy nutritious breakfast. Oats are a good source of essential nutrients – just bake them with banana, baking powder, milk, seasoning and sweetener of your choice to whip up a sweet breakfast any day of the week. Top this customizable healthy treat with your favorite fruits and nuts. Oh so delicious!
If you have seen this genius idea of baking oats, you might think it involves a very complex process. Rolled oats is grind to a fine powder and baked with a few pantry ingredients to create cake like texture. That beautiful ‘texture’ is the wow factor of this easy to create dish. And, in fact, you can customize it easily by adding in your favorite flavors.
To be exact, baked oats is simply oat flour baked in the oven to create the ultimate sweet breakfast. It’s a delightfully satisfying way to enjoy boring oats, especially if you are not a huge oat fan. Honestly, it is the shortcut way to whipping up a nutritious breakfast.
Baked Oats Recipe
Rolled or traditional oats is the key ingredient in this recipe. And quick oats are a strict no-no as it won’t give you the right texture. As you can see from the recipe, rolled oats are grind into a fine powder to make oat flour which makes the base of this baked oats. Oat flour is just plain ground oats – you don’t need to add any other ingredients to it.
Along with oat flour, you will also need to add banana, baking powder, egg, cinnamon, milk and maple syrup. However, you can customize these ingredients to create your perfect flavor. Plus, this recipe can be tweaked to make vegan baked oats. Again, all the ingredients used in this recipe are 100% natural. While banana and maple syrup sweeten it, the choice of diary can be adapted to your dietary needs. For instance, any milk including almond milk or soy milk is perfect in this recipe.
When baked, the mixture will rise slightly just like your regular cake. And finally, dig in!
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