To think that i have only really known and eaen baked oats for 6 months….. feels like it’s been part of my life so much longer than that!!
I am so thankful that oats are cheap – and local – because i sure consume alot of oats each week! But what can i say…. i love this amazing food.
A new baked oatmeal combo to add to all the other baked oatmeals i have made in the past. You can see them here!
Infact i am thinking it’s time i make a masterpost with all the baked oatmeaal recipes i already have on my blog so that i can just refer to that masterpost and continualy update it! Sounds like a good idea.
This meal is definitely what i would classify as cheap, nutritious, vegan eats. Basically everything i love and hopefully you love as well!
No need to overcomplicate food or make it more expensive than it has to be!!!
This recipe works great as a snack, breakfast or dessert! And if you are making it for dessert you can always choose to serve it with ice cream or custard instead of vanilla yoghurt!!!
I made mine in 2 individual glass jars but you can make it in a baking form instead.
C. 250ml warm liquid (water or mylk)
100-150ml vanilla yoghurt
1 tbsp peanut butter
Optional: 2tbsp chia seeds
2-3tbsp stevia or syrup (or dates)
Margarine or oil to fry the apples in.
Preheat oven to 180C
Chop the apples into pieces and fry in some margarine with cinnamon and vanilla powder.
In a baking bowl mix together the oats, chia seeds, cinnamon, cardamum, pinch of salt, stevia, PB and yoghurt. Add 3/4 of the fried apples.
Mix until combined.
Place in a baking tray or individual jars.
Bake in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 180C. Once baked all the way through, top with extra apples and vanilla yoghurt (or ice cream 🙄🤔😋)
Hopefully you give this a try and enjoy it just a much as i did!!