Oatmeal: This innovative alternative makes it a game-changer
You don’t like oatmeal – and you don’t like oatmeal straight from the bowl? However, you don’t want to miss out on the health benefits that come with oatmeal? Then you should be careful now – you may not have heard of this method of preparation. bonus? We even have the right recipe ready!
We are talking about the so-called Baked oatsMoreover Oats in the oven named. That’s right: the chips are baked in the oven. This results in a little oatmeal, which is perfect as a snack between meals or for breakfast.
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Baked flakes are juicier than traditional porridge and are more reminiscent of a cake. And who doesn’t love cake? The many different recipes and topping options make baked oats a very special breakfast experience—and they’re actually really healthy.
And: Oven chips are also ideal for preparing meals, for example as a snack on long train journeys or between meals at work or at university.
Instructions: How to make baked oats
Baked oats are easy to prepare. All you need to do is follow the steps below:
1. Preheat the oven to 175°C.
2. Mix the following ingredients:
- About 200 grams of rolled oats
- 300 ml of milk or vegetable drink
- 1 egg or 1 mashed banana
- 2 tablespoons agave nectar or maple syrup
- 1 TL backpulver
3. Pour the mixture either directly onto a baking sheet or into a small casserole dish. Both should be lightly greased beforehand, for example with coconut oil.
4. Bake the oats for 25 minutes, until golden brown.
5. Done! Just let it cool down and you can enjoy your baked oats. And of course, garnish with all kinds of toppings, such as fruit, nuts, seeds, chocolate chips, coconut flakes, spices, and nut or peanut butter. There are no limits to your taste.