• Kaylee Cubbison

Choc Brownie Baked Oats (vegan, gf, nut free, + oil free)

extremely fluffy, fudgy, and amazing


with baked oats u can either go to the more gooey-center-lava-cake route or the cake-like-chewy-fluffy texture and these are more of the second option but lemme tell u it WORKS


they also check all of the most important boxes: chocolate✔️oatmeal✔️thick✔️can be easily topped with peanut butter✔️ yea sounds good to me


i’ve been helping out at a kid’s camp this week so i haven’t had time to make myself a nice proper bfast in a hot sec, but these were the perfect thing to get me back in the swing of the best meal of the day:)




THE RECIPE:

yields: 1 serving

prep time: 5 min

cook time: 30 min

total time (including cooling): 35 min

ingredients

to blend together-

1/2 cup gf oats

1 tsp baking powder

2 tbsp/ 1 serving chocolate protein powder (i used @unicornsuperfoods )

1 1/2 tbsp cacao/cocoa powder

1/2 banana

1/2 cup + 2 tbsp non dairy milk

1 tbsp maple syrup

a dash of vanilla

1/2 tbsp ground flaxseed

a pinch of salt

to add in-

1-2 tbsp chocolate chips

instructions

*preheat oven to 350 F and set aside a ramekin

*in the blender blend together the oats, baking powder, protein powder, cacao powder, banana, non dairy milk, maple syrup, vanilla, ground flaxseed, and salt until smooth

*then, using a fork, stir in the chocolate chips. pour the mixture into the ramekin, add more choc chips on top, bake in the oven for 30-34 ish min, top with nut butter or whatever your heart desires, and enjoy!

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