this is delicious! i tried to have a small portion as a treat now and again, but that was blown out the window.
unless you are ok with this being made and gone on the same day, only the very self controlled should consider baking this dish.
its gluten free yes, but its better than the versions that include flour. serve with melted butter, its an absolute banger.
while my current diet strictly doesnt allow bananas, the only carbs in this is from the banana so approx 4g of carb per slice… thats ok in moderation i reckon.
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this is delicious, and better than oaty porridge. coconut flour takes this to a whole new level that you just dont get from the classic oat porridge.
even if you arent gluten free, i challenge you to try this – youll rate it so much you wont go back! i am doing low carb at the moment, so this is a perfect breakfast for that 🙂
pair it with cream and some fresh fruit (i used mango and coconut threads)
this recipe takes 5 minutes tops so its the perfect start to any day, or even a delicious snack!
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i do a boot camp 5 mornings a week, and our trainer has two favourites (… that i know of) – chocolate and peanut butter. this recipe was a happy birthday treat….. we all got some of it though! i couldnt give it ALL away!
this is great as an after dinner snack to help with the pudding cravings, to help with the mid morning or mid afternoon slump period, or a protein hit after a gym session.
or……………………. maybe you dont need a reason at all.
get into it. its easy to make, AND its a healthy snack that tastes awesome.
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my lifestyle has changed a lot over the last few years…. it all started with watching “that sugar film“, which led to more research…
finding out how much our bodies don’t like refined sugar was life altering.
giving up on refined sugar doesn’t mean that i miss out on yummy things – in fact, cutting out sugar means all the stuff i used to think were mediocre, have gone and taken on a completely new lifeform.
here is a favourite snack of mine – bliss balls are SUPER expensive in cafes…. make them at a fraction of the price, chuck them in the fridge and they will last for ages!
you can modify recipes as much as you like – use different nuts, remove the cacao – add dates or dried apricots instead of maple syrup. experiment!
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