Hello my dears! A new week means a new breakfast recipe – after last week’s Quick Rice Pudding for Lazy Mornings, this week’s recipe was actually already shot here in New York! How do you like those pictures? They are very different from what my pictures looked in Austria, but I do actually prefer the new look 😉 I hope you guys agree with me.
If you follow me on Instagram(@curlsnchard) , you will already know that those delicious berry oatcakes are not only a perfect breakfast treat, but that I actually had them for a sneaky little lunch on Sunday. I just couldn’t resist – I did have something savory too, but I polished off three of the four on my own and just managed to save one for my boyfriend. That’s how good they are. Another good thing about them? In a toaster oven they only take 10 minutes. If you make them in a microwave, you might actually get them done in under 4 minutes!
So here we go, without further babbling, here is the recipe:
- ¾ cup oats*
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- 1 tbsp shredded coconut
- ¼ tsp baking soda
- 1 tsp coconut oil + more for greasing the pan or ramekins
- a pinch of salt
- rice milk
- handful mixed berries (frozen or fresh)
- several pecans
- Put the oats and chia into a blender or food processor and blend until the oats a more flour than oats.
- Put oat-chia mixture, baking soda, coconut and spices and 1 tsp coconut oil in a small bowl and mix with as much rice milk, that it looks like a liquid-y oatmeal
- Let sit for a few minutes, so the chia seeds can slightly gel up.
- Grease the pan or ramekins with coconut oil and put a spoon full of batter in on the bottom.
- Add some berries to the center (I used strawberries for the center).
- Add another spoon full of batter to cover the fruit - the ramekins should not be more than ¾ full, otherwise the batter will spill over as the oatcakes rise.
- Top off with some more fruit and a pecan nut.
- Put them in a toaster oven for about 10 minutes at about 400-450°F (200-230°C) or on a high setting in the microwave for 2-4 minutes (check on the consistency).
- Be careful when taking them out, they will be very hot!
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