wheaten free…wheaten bread

I realised its been a wee while since I had posted any foodie posts….

so hiyaaaaa heres one today 🙂

I wasn’t well at the weekend rotten stomach bug, yuk.

so I wasn’t over the door, hense no exciting posts….yous missed me I know I know.

I just had a little shift in work this morning as im still not feeling 100% so thought I would do something productive and give this little recipe I have seen lots of people raving about a go.

this is supppppper easy and quite hard to believe how easy it is, even turned out right for me…

all you need is :

500g fat free yoghurt

250g of oats

2 teaspoons of baking soda

1 teaspoon of salt

that’s it….I know told you it was easy!

(I used a little coconut oil to line the bread tin)

 

  

simply add the oats, yoghurt, baking soda & salt into a large mixing bowl, mix and scoop into a loaf tin. place into oven for around 40-45mins. I took the loaf out of the tin and placed back in for a further 15 mins, let it sit for a while then tuck in and enjoy!

so simple, tasty & healthy! to make it even healthier why not try gluten free oats?

enjoy the rest of your Monday gals, lotsa love..

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Banana pops! 🍌

TREAT ALERT!!! 

Thanks to the gorgeous specimens over at  the skinny kitchen I have found this reciepe im going to share 😍 ….

http://www.eatcleanravedirty.com

banana pops



What you need…

  • 2 bananas (makes 4)
  • 80% or above chocolate bar
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Almonds
  • Desiccated coconut

Dried cranberries are also on the original reciepe but I didn’t use any, you can use whatever you wish for toppings I guess 🙂 

What to do…

  • Slice bananas in half and to whatever shape you want and pop sticks in the bottom
  • Put into the freezer for few hours I put mine in before work and took out when home 5 hours later (tbh I think you could skip the freezing part if you aren’t into frozen banana)
  • Blend nuts and seeds into a bowl (my almonds were already chopped)
  • Melt chocolate into a bowl 
  • Dip bananas into chocolate and sprinkle over the nuts and seeds
  • I let mine sit for half an hour then tucked in and popped the rest back into the freezer
  • ……& you’re done 


*HANDY TIP* 

If you are freezing bananas let them sit for a while before dipping them into the chocolate, it dried in super quick I was like Usain Bolt trying to get the nuts and seeds on the chocolate before it dried in….











Give it a go this weekend, healthy easy treat! Lotsa love, AG Xxo