Low Carb Frozen Yogurt Bark

Low Carb Frozen Yogurt Bark

This low carb frozen yogurt bark is so easy to make and it is also great to make with kids! Yay! I love to start my morning with yogurt, granola and fruit and this recipe covers all bases!  Another reason I love this recipe, it is super duper good for you..and me of course. (Eye rolling at myself right now). More on why it is good for you is shared below.

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Oats with baked pineapples

Oats with baked pineapples

These oats with baked pineapples are my favourite way to have oats. They are just a little bit in front of these Baked banana oatsI love them because they combine flavours I love; honey, lime and pineapple. The chocolate I add to these oats is this lime intense one. It is delicious. These oats make my mornings more bearable on some days! You know those days where you just want to crawl back under the covers but then you realise you can’t… yeah those ones. Also hello? Walnuts! Brain power food. Trust me, on some mornings we all need some of that. I do sometimes add pecans too but most of the time i stick with walnuts. 

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Oats with baked bananas

Oats with baked bananas

‘The thing with oats is…’ , ‘You cannot expect me to eat oats everyday..’, ‘How about toast..’, is how the conversation with my husband started when he decided we would be eating oats every day. I mean really? Who even likes oats? Flapjacks yes. Porridge. No.

Oats with baked banana

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Fruit, Ginger and Nut Granola

Fruit, Ginger and Nut Granola

I love granola. This fruit, ginger and nut granola is absolutely delicious and so filling. After I had my son, I ate a lot of granola. I also ate copious amounts of chicken soup and sometimes toast. I didn’t really eat much else in those first 2 months after the birth. Mainly because my gran in law was always watching (she is a g and i’m a little bit scared of her) and she has her own theories on what a new mother should or should not eat.

Fruit -Ginger- and- Nut-Granola

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Date Cereal Bars

Date Cereal Bars

How handy are cereal bars? There’s nothing better then a grab and go snack at breakfast time.  Here’s how i make my date cereal bars. The dark chocolate is optional and the bars are delicious without it too.

date cereal bars

Date Cereal Bars
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Serves: 10 - 12 bars
 
Ingredients
  • 230g oats
  • 130g mixed chopped nuts and seeds
  • 75g dates pitted and chopped/blended into ½ cm pieces
  • 170g peanut butter
  • 110ml honey or agave nectar
  • 100g 70% or higher dark chocolate melted (optional)
  • Sprinkle sea salt (optional).
Instructions
  1. Line a small baking tin with cling film or baking paper.
  2. In a large bowl, combine all the ingredients for the bars apart from the dark chocolate and sea salt. Stir until well combined. If the mixture is dry, squeeze in a little more agave or honey.
  3. Spread the mixture in the prepared tin and press down firmly with a spatula/small glass cup, back of spoon – whatever you fancy.
  4. Pop in the fridge overnight. If using dark chocolate.
  5. Top bars with dark chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt.
  6. Cut into bars and wrap individually.
  7. Refrigerate for up to 2 weeks.

Based on 12 bars

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