The ultimate healthy breakfast recipe, this peanut butter banana oatmeal is creamy, voluminous and will keep you full all morning long! Plus it only takes about 10 minutes to make. Each bowl has around 370 calories, 17 grams of fiber (woot!), and 11 grams of protein.
What people says about this recipe?
Shareefa; I tried this recipe for breakfast this morning it tasted amazing I used crunchy almond butter instead of peanut butter the crunchy almond butter adds a nice crunch to the oatmeal and the bananas add a nice amount of sweetness so it’s good for those of you who have sweet tooths.
Chloe; Super easy to make and tastes good too! Next time I’ll add sliced almonds on top to add texture.
Kym; I never have the right ingredients to make recipes I see, but for this I did! Although Maple syrup isn’t easily available in UK so I used organic blossom honey ❤️Love this recipe thank you.
Elyse Theriac; It was easy and tasty! The recipe suggests adding maple syrup if you want it a bit sweet, which I didn’t do but probably will next time.
Lyndsay Biby; It was absolutely delicious. Add pure maple syrup to it for an extra layer of yummyness 💕
Kendra Nielson; We la la love this oatmeal! I make a triple batch on Sunday’s to have throughout the week.
Karis Higson; Really tasty. I didn’t have chia seeds and only used 30g oats and half a cup of oat milk instead of almond milk. I also added some sugar free syrup and the peanut butter as an ingredient rather than as a topping. Tasted delicious and I would defiantly make again but for me was a bit too much in one portion.
Sam M.; Melted the peanut butter in at the end and sprinkled with chocolate chips. Tasty and kept me going all day.
Angie Dupuis; This a great breakfast. The peanut butter is a good part of it especially if you are a peanut butter and chocolate fan. Started it and it’s easy.