If you are trying to stick to your new year diet after the indulgences at Christmas time, help is at hand.
Three weeks into 2022 and it’s already far too easy to slip off the healthy eating bandwagon.
However, baked oats are a great way to stay on track and still get your sweet fix.
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Made with oats, egg, yoghurt, fruit and a drop of vanilla essence, it’s a low fat, low calorie and high fibre option.
It’s no wonder why so many people following Slimming World are loving it.
Healthy food creator @cakeontherun has shared her simple recipe based on the Slimming World favourite, to create fruity baked oats cake.
You can slice it up and have a portion each day may it be for breakfast, lunch or dessert.
Watch how to make it in the video above or follow the simple instructions below.
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Baked oats recipe (serves 5)
- 120g rolled porridge oats
- 250g any low fat plain or vanilla yoghurt
- Splash vanilla essence
- 3 eggs
- Plus 4 tbsp extra yoghurt and your choice of fruit to serve
- Pre-heat your oven to 200°C/400°F/gas 6.
- Put oats, yoghurt, vanilla and eggs into a large bowl and mix with a spoon until combined.
- Line an 8 inch cake tin with baking paper, pour the mixture into it and oven cook for 30 minutes.
- Serve with yoghurt and fruit.
Make it dairy free – use coconut, almond or soya yoghurt.
Make it gluten free – choose gluten free oats.
Make it vegan friendly – try the raspberry baked oats recipe below.
For lots more delicious food inspiration, visit our recipe page.