All of the volumes here are approximate and you can vary the contents to suit yourself. I make a lot of this and then keep it in a box in the ‘fridge for a few days. 4 x Cups of Oats
4 x Tblsp of mixed seeds
2 x Tblsp of chia seeds (optional)
2 x Tblsp of milled or whole flaxseeds (optional)
1 x Tblsp of maple syrup or date syrup
2-3 x Cups of Blackberries (you can use any type of frozen berries if you do not have fresh)
2-3 x shredded or grated eating apples (cores removed)
2-3 x Cups of Plant Milk (I used Vanilla Soy Milk)
All of the volumes here are approximate and you can vary the contents to suit yourself.
I make a lot of this and then keep it in a box in the ‘fridge for a few days.
4 x Cups of Oats
I am a bit of a creature of habit when it comes to breakfasts. I typically have a green smoothie, see – http://www.plantalicious.com/recipes/breakfast-green-smoothie/
It’s august and our lovely friend and neighbours have given us some produce from their gardens. Apples from Heather and Chris across the road and blackberries from our friend Gwyn who lives around the corner.
So I just fancied a quick and filling breakfast – and here it is…
This could not be easier…
– If you plan to store it, make it in the fridge box you plan to store it in
– Mix the oats, seeds, chia and flax
– Shred, chop or grate and add the apple and add to the oats and seeds
– Add the blackberries (or defrosted frozen fruits/berries)
– Add your sweetener of choice
– Add the plant-based milk and mix
– Allow to stand for a couple of minutes before serving
– You can store it in the fridge for about 5 days, it will thicken up as the oats, chia and flax all absorb the milk, so add a little more
Serve with a few blackberries on top or some passion fruit seeds if you have some.