Today I'm sharing one of my favourite and most frequently used recipes with you!
Even though it's typically a breakfast dish,
I also like to make it as a healthy four hour snack.
If you think it's to much for you alone,
you can also divide the ingredients by 2, use a smaller bowl and make two portions,
which I like to do for my and my sister.
It's also very simple and quick, it requires only very few ingredients.
Let's get started!
- 1 medium sized bowl, 1 fork and 1 tablespoon
- 6 tbs. of oats or muesli (or whatever cereal, muesli, oat you prefer)
- 2 tbs. of honey, maple syrup or corn syrup
- 1 banana
And for the topping you will only need 2 tbs. of quark and honey or peanutbutter, however I personally I strongly think that honey tastes better ;-).
Directions:Start by mashing up your banana in the bowl using a fork until it's easy to mix and fairly smooth.
When your banana is ready, it's time to add in the muesli/oats. Make sure that if you use muesli, there are no big lumps in it.
Now mix in the oats with the banana until there are no big lumps of banana or oats left.
After that it's the right time to add your syrup or honey. This will to make the mixture stickier and more firm (once it's been heated up).
After you mixed that in, the mixture should become more smooth and easier to mix.
After everything is mixed trough very well, it's time to put into the microwave! It will take three minutes (750 w). You know it's going well when the microwave smells like baked banana :-).
This is what it looks like when it comes out of the microwave. After that, slide a knife along the edges of the cake to loosen it and pop it onto a plate.
For frosting, just use two teaspoons of quark that you can mix with a splash of honey, syrup or melted peanut butter. When that's mixed in well, just smear it over the top of the cake. When you're not trying to impress someone, you can just leave it in the bowl and pour the frosting on top. And you're done!
So that's the recipe for this quick and easy breakfast/snack hack! Hopefully you try and enjoy it too!
What's your most used food/breakfast hack?