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A delicious, filling meal, perfect for cold mornings or late brunches.
Preheat oven to 180ºC (about 355ºF).
Mash the banana in a bowl.
Add the remaining ingredients and stir until combined. It will just look like a bowl of chunky oatmeal.
Grease a ramekin (mine is 10 cm in diameter) well; I use coconut oil as it adds a sweet flavour to the outside of the oatmeal. Place the mix into the ramekin and pat down with a spoon so the mixture forms perfectly around the ramekin.
Bake in the oven for approximately 20 minutes. You can eat it straight from the ramekin, but if you’re serving this at brunch, which is definitely something you should consider given it so easy yet so delicious, flip the baked oatmeal onto a plate. Drizzle with any toppings you choose. I often use honey, or peanut butter, or LSA, or all of them.
In my opinion, the best way to spice this up to serve for brunch would be to add chocolate chips prior to baking, sprinkle each oatmeal mix with coconut when in the ramekin, then serve sprinkled with LSA, more honey or maple syrup and peanut butter.
Note: LSA is a ground blend of linseeds, sunflower seeds, and almonds. You can find it in a health store or even some supermarkets.
Easy breakfast sandwich you just cook in the broiler in a few minutes! Also great on a whole grain bagel.
Eggs are excellent! They offer great flavor, good nutrition and are easy to prepare. Eggs have a lot going for them. My go-to recipe for preparing eggs is Cheesy Crustless Quiche with Roasted Peppers. I make it for a special Easter breakfast. I make it for Christmas Brunch. I make it for an easy supper. I make it when we have our monthly card group and we all bring snacks. It is always quick, easy and good.
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