"Oat My Goodness!" - You once you have tried this recipe.
“Oat-ta This World” Traybake
Honestly, do we even have to explain? Who doesn’t want to wake up in the morning to a piece of cake? And let me tell you this, if you prep it the night before, you just have to warm it up, is this heaven already, you ask… Wait, there is more good news. Loaded with all the good stuff you can imagine: oats, fruits, protein powder (obviously), some skyr and have you not learned anything about us? We love peanut butter, so we cannot make this recipe without PB. An absolute easy peasy lemon squeeze (ok, we did not include this ingredient in the recipe) breakfast superstar, which should make it into everybody's kitchen.
Ingredients - Oatmeal Traybake /
100g Nut butter
250ml Milk / Mylk whatever floats your boat these days
1 TBSP Vanilla Extract
100g Protein Powder (sub with any other flour if you do not want to use the protein powder)
50g Nuts or Seeds of your choice (mostly we use sunflower seeds)
Pinch of Salt
200g (Frozen) Mixed Fruits
30g Coconut Sugar
First things first, since loads of times we’ll forget. Heat up the oven to 190°C .
Mix all the wet ingredients, hey dirty minds stop right there. Skyr, eggs, nut butter, milk and the vanilla extract.
In a different bowl, we will throw all the dry ingredients together as in oats, protein powder, nuts and the salt.
I am sure you are totally NOT expecting this, but how about we throw the wet ingredients together with the dry ingredients? Sounds like a good idea, don’t you think? And add those mixed fruits while you are at it.
Now in a traybake, which will host 8 proper servings of this deliciousness, make sure to put down some parchment paper and throw in the amazing smelling mixture.
Chip Chop goes the apple into small pieces in a bowl, to which you’ll add the coconut sugar and loads of cinnamon. Secret hack, always like to throw an extra pinch of salt.
That apple crumple top goes on the mixture that was waiting in the traybake and we’ll put it all in the oven for the next 50 minutes.
Crank up the oven to 220°C and let that baby simmer for another 10 minutes.
Congratulations, you have just learned how to make the easiest, most delicious breakfast on earth and our personal favourite for the past weeks. Pretty much what you can expect coming to visit the Catto’s mansion any day throughout the week.
If you want to start the day even stronger on the protein side, add some additional skyr on top!
Oat-tally amazing, trust us!