Soaked Oats in PB Date Cream
What happens when you mix peanut butter, coconut oil, and dates in the blender, then top that with banana over soaked oats? Something really incredible tasting, but you’ll need to actually enjoy this yourself to know. 1-2-3 you could be having this for breakfast all week. Soaked oats are one of my favorite breakfast foods. I pre-soak a large amount of chia and steel cut oats every week and store them in the fridge so I can make bowls quickly. Steel cut oats are raw and unprocessed, healthier than rolled (the quaker version), and require some time to soften during soaking which takes overnight. They are more nutritious and digestible in this state, and good if someone is on a raw diet or cleanse. This bowl is extremely filling, high in protein, heart healthy fats and will provide you with energy. Peanut butter and date cream is also one of those addictively decadent creations I made to cure a wild craving for peanut butter-banana, one of my go-to combos for many years now. I used to eat peanut butter banana sandwiches when I was a kid, and then as I got older I starting making smoothies with them. The only problem is that you need a lot of peanut butter to make the smoothie thick, but the dates achieve that easily and deliciously while adding sweetness. You can also use almond butter, or any other kind of nut or seed butter, if you’re not keen on peanuts.
Oats are loaded with vitamins and minerals making them a great and convenient source of nutrition. They are loaded with manganese, phosphorus, magnesium, copper, iron, zinc, folate, silica, calcium, potassium, vitamin B1, B5, B6 and B3, protein, complex carbohydrates, and fiber. Also an incredible source of heart healthy, nutrient packed, energy.
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