My breakfast recipes are constantly evolving. This is an amalgamation of the breakfast omelette and the Seriously Healthy Flapjacks. The eggs make it high protein and filling; oats for sustained energy, cholesterol lowering and fibre; the berries and banana give your fruit fix.
It’s fabulous cold (I’ve had 2 already this morning), straight from the fridge, especially good if you are on the go to work or with kids. Experiment with the fruit and sweetness…..you can add a tablespoon of honey or use cinnamon instead of coconut. My youngest daughter
can’t be in the same room as a banana, so I mash them and she doesn’t notice they are in there.
The recipe makes about 9, each has about 160kcal, 10g protein, 25g carbohydrate. Two would make a good breakfast, or one for a between meal snack.
1 cup oats
2 ripe bananas mashed or chopped
1 cup berries (I use frozen, defrosted)
2 cups of milk/protein milkshake
1/4 cup desiccated coconut (optional)
In a casserole dish (mines about 9 inches square), spread the berries, coconut and chopped banana
Sprinkle over the oats.
Beat the eggs and milk/protein shake (if using mashed banana add it to this liquid)
Pour liquid into the casserole dish
Bake for approximately 45 minutes at 180C
2 thoughts on “Berry Banana Breakfast Bake”
I’m adding some crushed cashews to this bake, topping it with maple syrup too 🙂
Ohhh lovely idea with the cashews……will give a nice texture. I’m now thinking pumpkin/sunflower seeds too!