Saturday, 16 April 2016

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No-Baked Oatmeal Dough Rolls


Makes 24 balls

Ingredients:

1. 3 large banana mashed with fork (Make sure it is ripe, so they will be very sweet) If your bananas are not ripe and sweet enough, you can add maple syrup to sweeten it.
2. 1 cup ground oats
3. 1/2 cup sunflower seeds (50g)
4. 1/2 cup pumpkin seeds (72g)
5. 1 TBS chia seeds
6. 2 TBS brewer's yeast
7. 7 TBS wheat germ (100g)
8. A handful of goji berries
9. 1/2 cup ground oats for coating
10. 8 blueberries (optional for decoration)
11. 8 raspberries (optional for decoration)
12. 2 strawberries cut into 8 slices (optional for decoration)

Directions:

1. Grind oats in a blender.
2. Mash bananas with fork
3. Mix all ingredients into a dough.
4. Form into balls and coat with ground oats.
5. Serve with a glass of milk :-)

Additional Information:

J loves to eat raw dough. This morning, I got an idea and concocted this "dough" coated with ground oats.

This is his usual breakfast, but prepared in a slightly different way to give variety of texture. Surprisingly, Daddy FECS tried it and liked it too - a bonus to encourage the family to eat oats :-)

If you want to make it look prettier, you can top it up with some berries for decoration :-)

If you feel that it tastes a tiny-winch bitter, it is due to the brewer's yeast, which is very nutritious. You can reduce the brewer's yeast or omit it completely, or you can mask it with honey, chocolate sauce, etc.

If you want it sweeter, you can coat it with chocolate powder, honey and chopped nuts; and drizzle with some chocolate sauce :-)

This recipe is concocted based on recommended daily intake. If you can eat all 3 plates during the day along with 4 cups milk and 1 orange, you would have covered all the recommended daily intake for vitamin B4, vitamin B6, vitamin E, vitamin B4, vitamin B1, molybdenum, manganese and magnesium as well as vitamin D, calcium, iodine, vitamin B2, vitamin B12 and vitamin C :-)

Grind 1 cup oats and grind another 1/2 cup for coating (I like using my baby blender, because it is much more convenient)

Peel 3 bananas

Mash the 3 bananas with fork

Add 2 TBS of brewer's yeast

Add 3 TBS of wheat germs

Add 1/2 cup of sunflower seeds

Add 1/2 cup of pumpkin seeds

Add a handful of goji berries

Add 1 TBS chia seeds

Add 1 cup of ground oats

Combine into dough

Coat with ground oats


Ready to serve:-)

Or you can decorate them  further with berries  to make them look prettier :-)

My breakfast :-)

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