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Protein Baked Oats Recipe

This recipe requires very similar ingredients to a smoothie or overnight oats but is a great change up to keep your breakfast interesting! Feel free to change up any of the fruits, nuts and condiments – just keep the ratios of the eggs, milk and oats relatively similar to the below!



Ingredients (serves 4-5 people):


· 200g jumbo rolled oats

· 50g of whey concentrate

· Level teaspoon of cinnamon

· Grated nutmeg (to taste)

· 500ml of semi-skimmed milk

· 4 large eggs (whisked)

· 80g squeezy or softened honey

· 200g of frozen mixed berries

· Large banana (chopped)

· 25g of sultanas

· 25g of toasted coconut flakes


Recipe:


1. Combine the oats, whey, cinnamon and nutmeg in a large mixing bowl

2. In another bowl combine your milk, eggs and honey

3. Combine your bowls until the mixture is even throughout

4. Fold in your fruit and coconut

5. Preheat the fan oven to 170 degrees

6. Grab an 8 x 10-inch baking dish (similar sizes are fine too) and line this with butter or coconut oil

7. Pour your mixture into the dish and cook for 40 minutes

8. Remove your baking dish and put it to one side to cool

9. Serve cooled, cold or heat it up in the microwave

10. Optional: top with milk or cream (remembering that this will add calories)


Batch Calories & Macros:


· Calories: 2175

· Protein: 115g

· Fats: 66g

· Carbs: 270g


Calories per serving (5 people):


· Calories: 435

· Protein: 23g

· Fats: 13g

· Carbs: 54g


This recipe survived my rigorous ‘family taste test’, so should work well for parents looking for a balanced breakfast for the whole family that you can cook the night before!


This recipe will keep for around 2-3 days in the fridge, and is great cold or warmed up, and really nice topped with some cream too!

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