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3x Oatmeal breakfast

Breakfast is probably my favourite meal of the day. There are so many good things that you can have for breakfast and it is so nice to start your day with a good breakfast. I am often looking forward to breakfast in the evening already. I often choose an oatmeal breakfast, I love oatmeal. I could not choose which breakfast recipe to share with you today, so that’s why I just do all three of them! Three recipes with oatmeal: overnight oats, oven baked oats and oat pancakes!

Overnight oats are cold oatmeal that you make by leaving it a night in the fridge. I tried it with milk before, but then the oatmeal stayed very liquid and I didn’t like it that much. I prefer making overnight oats with quark and a bit of added water, but you can also make it with yoghurt.

Note: ripe bananas are low FODMAP up to 1/3 banana per portion (33 g). 1 medium unripe banana is low FODMAP (100 g). Larger portions unripe banana (125 g or more) are high in fructans and therefore high in FODMAPs. Make sure you use an unripe banana in this recipe. It is important to test your own tolerance level for bananas. It is possible that you tolerate ripe banana’s and if that is the case you can keep using them. 

Peanut butter – banana overnight oats

What do you need

  • 250 ml lactose-free quark (diluted with some water until it is as thick as thick yoghurt) or yoghurt
  • 30-40 g oats (use certified gluten-free oats if you have to eat gluten-free)
  • 1 banana
  • 1 tablespoon of flaxseed
  • 1 full teaspoon of peanut butter
  • Toppings of your choice, like cacao nibs or walnuts

How to make the overnight oats

  1. Put the quark/yoghurt in a bowl and stir the oats through it.
  2. Mash the banana and stir this, together with the flaxseed through the quark/yoghurt too. Put the bowl with some aluminium foil over it in the fridge for a night.
  3. The next morning when you open the fridge you find oatmeal!
  4. Finish your oatmeal with a teaspoon of peanut butter (because banana and peanut butter is the best combination) and some toppings of your choice. An ideal breakfast when you don’t have a lot of time, in less than a minute you have your breakfast ready in the morning!

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Banana – blue berry oven baked oats

What do you need

  • 200 ml dairy-free milk
  • 40 g oats (use certified gluten-free oats if you have to eat gluten-free)
  • 1 banana
  • 30 g blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon flaxseed
  • Cinnamon

How to make oven baked oats

  1. Pour 200 ml milk in a bowl (that can go into the oven) and add the oats, flaxseed and blueberries to it. Sprinkle some cinnamon on top.
  2. Mix everything together and put it with some aluminium foil over it in the fridge for a night.
  3. The next morning: pre-heat the oven to 200 degrees Celsius.
  4. Cut a banana in slices and put the slices on top of the oatmeal in the bowl. Sprinkle some more cinnamon on top.
  5. Put the bowl for 10/15 minutes in the oven and then you have a delicious warm breakfast!

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Oat-pancakes

What do you need

  • 1 egg
  • 1 egg-white
  • 30 g oat flour/ground oats (use certified gluten-free oats if you have to eat gluten-free)
  • 150 ml dairy-free milk

For topping

  • 100 g lactose-free quark or yoghurt
  • 30 g blueberries
  • A teaspoon sugar

How to make

  1. Mix the egg, egg-white, oat flour and milk together.
  2. Heat some oil/butter/baking spray in a pan and pour some of the mixture into the pan. Be patient, because it takes quite long for the first pancake to be good to flip over ;).
  3. Keep on baking until you finish all the mixture.
  4. You can make about three pancakes.
  5. Make the pancakes into rolls, sprinkle some sugar over them and serve with some quark and blueberries next to it!

Enjoy!

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