These blended baked oats with banana and chocolate chips make you feel like you’re having cake for breakfast. And they’re so easy! Just pop everything into your blender, bake and enjoy!
At the point when I saw that heated oats were circulating around the web on TikTok I realized it was my opportunity to excel! Prepared oats is my jam and I l as of now have a huge load of delectable heated cereal plans here on EBF.That said, I’ve never made a solitary serving heated oats or one that is mixed up, so obviously I needed to attempt it!
I attempted it this week and hold up, mixed oats are heavenly and a particularly fun treat to have for breakfast. They really help me to remember my blender banana pancakes!.These soft prepared oats cause you to feel like you’re having cake for breakfast, yet actually you’re eating a lovely supplement rich breakfast produced using entire grain oats, an egg and banana.
Replacements and Notes
- Banana – I haven’t attempted this formula without the banana, yet I figure it would work! You could sub the banana with 1/4 cup fruit purée or pumpkin puree. On the off chance that you make this trade, you might need to add some additional pleasantness.
- Maple syrup – You can utilize any fluid sugar instead of the maple syrup (nectar, coconut nectar, and so on) Want to keep it lower sugar? Use stevia or monkfruit maple syrup (which is the thing that I utilized) or skirt the maple syrup all together for no additional sugar by any stretch of the imagination.
- Egg – I tracked down that this heated cereal held together well with and without the egg. I loved adding it in for additional protein and for the puff factor, yet in the event that you don’t have one close by or need to keep this veggie lover or without egg, you can skip.
- Peanut butter – I love the flavor and sustenance that peanut butter adds, yet you don’t need to add it! Go ahead and trade for your number one nut or seed spread or skirt all together.
These easy blended baked oats make you feel like you’re having cake for breakfast and they’re so easy. Just pop everything into your blender, bake and enjoy!
- ½ cup rolled or quick oats
- 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk
- ½ ripe banana
- 1 egg*
- 1 Tablespoon maple syrup I used monkfruit maple syrup*
- 1 Tablespoon peanut butter*
- ¼ teaspoon baking powder
- Pinch of cinnamon
- Pinch of sea salt
- 2 Tablespoons chocolate chips I used Lily’s
- optional toppings: more peanut butter for drizzling extra maple syrup and a splash of milk.
- Preheat oven: Preheat oven to 350°F.
- Blend: Add all ingredients except for the chocolate chips into a blender and blend until fully combined. Stir in 1-2 Tablespoons of chocolate chips.
- Bake: Pour batter into greased baking dish or ramekin. I used an 8 oz mini Le Creuset, but any 8 oz oven-safe dish will work. Top with extra chocolate chips and bake at 350°F for 25 minutes or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.
- Serve: Let cool, top with an extra drizzle of peanut butter, maple syrup and a splash of milk and dive in.
- No banana? Try 1/4 cup applesauce or pumpkin puree instead.
- Maple syrup – You can use any liquid sweetener in place of the maple syrup (honey, coconut nectar, etc) Want to keep it lower sugar? Use stevia or monkfruit maple syrup (which is what I used) or skip the maple syrup all together for no added sugar at all.
- Egg-free – you can skip the egg if needed!
- Peanut butter – Feel free to swap for your favorite nut or seed butter or skip all together.