Raspberry Hazelnut Baked Oats

If you’re looking for a slightly sweet something with your morning coffee, look no further than this baked oats recipe. It is ideal! Chocolate hazelnut in the middle layer and raspberries topping make a unique combination. Filling and fuelling!

Raspberry Hazelnut Baked Oats

July 30, 2021

Ingredients

● 50g rolled oats

● 50ml almond milk (or any plant milk)

● 1 mashed banana

● 1 scoop whey protein strawberry (optional)

● 1 tbsp Skinny Food Co. - Maple Syrup

●1 tsp baking powder

Toppings 

● 30g raspberries

● 1 tbsp Skinny Food Co. Chocaholic Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Cooking instructions

1. In a large bowl mash the banana, and mix the oats, almond milk, whey protein and maple syrup until well combined.

2. Pour 4/5 of the mix into a bowl (that can be placed in the oven)

3. Add the hazelnut spread, the remaining mix and top with raspberries.

4. Bake in the oven for about 15-20 minutes.

4. Take out and enjoy!

If you prefer video recipes, click here and watch how easy is to make!

Nutrition facts

Nutrition information per half portion

240

Calories

(kcal)

28.0

Protein

(g)

32.0

Carbs

(g)

6.5

Fats

(g)

7.5

Sugars

(g)

5.0

Fibre

(g)

1.5

Sat. fat

(g)

0.1

Sodium

(g)

Protein0%
23 %
Carbs0%
53 %
Fats0%
24 %

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