Date: Sunday 4th September 2016
Fruit N Fibre Flake Cake
A breakfast cake, who would have thought?
We understand breakfast can become a little monotonous - toast, cereal, porridge, yoghurt, toast, cereal, porridge, yoghurt. To make waking up more bearable, we’ve come up with a tasty breakfast cake, made with fresh fruit and our new Fibre Flake cereal.
1 tbsp cinnamon
5 tbsp greek yoghurt
2 tsp baking powder
3 tbsp maple syrup
2 eggs (separated)
1. Grease and line tin and pre heat oven to 180.
2. Mix cinnamon, maple syrup, mashed bananas, Greek yoghurt, crushed blueberries and egg yolk together.
3. Add flour, baking powder and fibre flakes
4. Blend egg whites until stiff and add 2 tbsp sugar until stiff and glossy
5. Fold Egg whites into mixture gently to keep air bubbles
6. Pour into lined tin and bake for 35 minutes or until golden brown and springy to touch.
Glutafin Gluten Free Fibre Flake Breakfast Bar
Our second recipe made with our new Glutafin Gluten Free Fibre Flakes is a tasty no butter, no refined sugar breakfast bar... admittedly not easy to photograph, but very yummy all the same.
This tasty treat can be pretty versitile - eaten first thing in the morning or when the mid-morning munchies come. These bars are the perfect little snack to keep you going, whatever the time and curb those sweet cravings.
2tbsp maple syrup
2tbsp nut butter (we used peanut)
50ml hot water
1tbsp coconut oil
1tbsp cap vanilla essence
Square baking tin
1. Soak dates in 50ml of hot kettle water (so they are just covered with water)
2. Melt coconut oil, nut butter, vanilla essence and maple syrup over a low heat until liquid
3. Once liquid, mash in the dates and stir in the raisins/nuts and Fibre Flakes until they are covered. If the mixture is too wet, add more Fibre Flakes.
4. Tightly press into square baking tin, wrap with cling film and store in a cool dry place for 4-6hours or until hard
5. Once set, cut into desired size and store in airtight container
Here’s to no more rushing at breakfast, - all you need to do is get up, grab and go.
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