Breakfast,  Plant Based

Banana & Chocolate Oatmeal

Oatmeal doesn’t have to be boring! This bowl of yummyness is rich in potassium, iron & vitamin C!

What’s good in Banana?

One medium banana (∼118 g) contains about 27 g carbohydrate (half as sugars), 3.1 g dietary fiber, 105 kilocalories, and is a good source of potassium (422 mg). Thus bananas appear to be a unique mixture of carbohydrates, nutrients, and antioxidants that may provide good nutrition support during prolonged and intensive exercise.

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Banana & Chocolate Oatmeal
Vegan, Plant Based

 25 g oatmeal (around 3 tbsp)
 10 g 72% dark chocolate
 1 banana
 25 ml coconut milk* (optional)
 10 g unsweetened coconut flakes (1 Tbsp)
 10 g almonds

1

Pour boiling water over your oatmeal (if using coconut milk you will need to cook it for few minutes in a small pot - I don't recommend to microwave it, unless it's necessary). Let them soak for few minutes.

2

In a small (teeny-tiny) pot melt chocolate. *I use Dark Twilight Delight 72% Ghirardelli squares.

3

Cut banana, and add it to your oatmeal. Add coconut flakes, almonds and drizzle with melted chocolate.

Ingredients

 25 g oatmeal (around 3 tbsp)
 10 g 72% dark chocolate
 1 banana
 25 ml coconut milk* (optional)
 10 g unsweetened coconut flakes (1 Tbsp)
 10 g almonds

Directions

1

Pour boiling water over your oatmeal (if using coconut milk you will need to cook it for few minutes in a small pot - I don't recommend to microwave it, unless it's necessary). Let them soak for few minutes.

2

In a small (teeny-tiny) pot melt chocolate. *I use Dark Twilight Delight 72% Ghirardelli squares.

3

Cut banana, and add it to your oatmeal. Add coconut flakes, almonds and drizzle with melted chocolate.

Banana & Chocolate Oatmeal

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