Friday, 1 March 2019

Banana and Oat Biscuits

Part of me revamping my blog, means new content and the new things in my life. We all grow and change as we get older so I hope this blog reflects that.

I'm posting a recipe for the first time ever. I made these biscuits at the weekend, and it's a recipe I adapted from seeing Alice Liveing post on Instagram. She made more of a loaf whereas I've broken it down into individual biscuits.

So this recipe is for banana and oat biscuits. I've made these a few times and I adapt the recipe to add/flavour them each time, so feel free to experiment; you could use protein powder, peanut butter, dried fruits, chocolate chips etc. I should add, it's the easiest recipe on the planet and doesn't take long at all, and it's actually pretty healthy!

Ingredients - makes 10 biscuits

- 200g Oats
- 2 Bananas
- 2 Eggs
- 30g Raisins - optional
- Pinch of cocao powder - optional

For this batch, I split the recipe in half for the different flavours and mixed them separately. For one flavour I used 100g oats, 1 banana and 1 egg.


1. Preheat the oven at 200 degrees and line a baking tray with greaseproof paper/fry light spray.

2. In one bowl, mix together 1 banana, 100g oats, 1 egg and 30g raisins. In the other, mix together 1 banana, 100g oats, 1 egg and cocao powder. Mix this together until it is all a sticky mixture with no oats left dry.

3. Spoon the mixture out of the bowl and onto the baking tray, creating 10 biscuits. You can use your hands to create the biscuit shape or two spoons.

4. Bake for 20 minutes or until they begin to brown.

5. Take out of the oven, leave to cool. Then simply enjoy! The cocao can be a little bitter so I dip mine in nut butter (or you can use less/milk chocolate).

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