How to make my Baked Proats
Hello you beautiful lot
I’ll keep this post short & sweet!
Seeing as I get asked every single day how I make my baked proats, I thought I’d share it on the blog so it’s available for you at the click of a button
Be sure to Tag Me if you give these a go
There’s no huge secret really- But the key is the combination of ingredients I use as it basically makes a big cake with a crispy topping and gooey centre
So here we go!
Porridge oats – I typically use 80-100g
Coconut flour –20g (I use Sukrin)
Whey (any flavour)-30g
A fruit purée- 100g (I use banana, pumpkin, apple, beetroot, raspberry or butternut squash etc)
A pinch of Baking powder
Almond milk – approximately 250/300ml
Coconut oil to line the bowl (I use LucyBee)
And that’s literally it
(Just a note- you must must use the combination of oats, whey, purée, coconut flour, baking powder and milk to get the outer crispy finish & inner gooey cake centre, the use of casein & other flours doesn’t work well)
-Mix all the dry ingredients together then pour in your fruit puree of choice
-You then want to add enough milk so that it looks ‘sloppy’ (I rarely measure the milk to be honest, I eye ball it till it looks covered as every fruit puree differs)
-Line your bowl with coconut oil then pour in your mixture
-Let it chill for a few hours in the fridge (minimally 1 hour) to absorb the liquid then bake them at 180-200 degrees for 30-35 minutes
This is how they should look fresh out the oven:
you know the drill
Top them with whatever your heart desires!
I always go for nut butter obviouslyyyyy (Hognuts because they’re the best nut butters out there) chocolate, biscuits, fruit, popcorn etc
Flavour combination ideas:
I’m currently obsessed with chocolate caramel using puréed banana and chocolate caramel whey, you could do this with chocolate whey and a few drops of caramel extract or caramel syrup by TRKG Healthy Living.
Or apple pie using puréed Apple and the organic protein co whey which has a delicious creamy flavour (add in cinnamon when you do this too!)
If you keep up to date with my posts you’ll know I have something different everyday as I love trying out new flavours
Please please tag me if you give these a go as I don’t always see comments especially if I haven’t checked my phone in a while (first world problems)
Any questions you know where I am
Hope you’ve had a great Bank holiday!
Lots of love,