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Cake for Breakfast? - New GF Recipe with Pictures

Monday, March 07, 2011

Hey itís been awhile!

I discovered a new blog over the weekend thanks to Angelaís Vegan Recipe Link Love. Check out the latest one here: ohsheglows.com/2011/03/0
5/recipe-link-love-march-5/


She has been posting vegan recipes from numerous bloggers. Which is how I discovered Averieís blog, Love Veggies & Yoga. www.loveveggiesandyoga.c
om/


A lot of her stuff is gluten-free, which is perfect for me! After searching through all of her recipes I have found so many delicious things to make. But the first thing that appealed to me was her Microwave Banana Oat Cakes.

www.loveveggiesandyoga.c
om/2011/01/microwave-banan
a-oat-cakes-fave-banana.html


Although I made my version a bit differently. First I wanted a bit more oats, so I used ľ cup instead of 3 tbsp. Although next time Iíll be adding more banana, because it was definitely too oaty.

I added the ľ cup oats, Ĺ tsp cinnamon and half a mashed banana to a bowl.



I mashed them all together and then transferred them to a lightly sprayed bowl.



I microwaved the mixture for about 95 seconds and then let it cool down for a minute or so to let it firm up.



I think itís more like a cookie, but it was delicious!! I donít think it needs any added sweetener, but feel free to add what you like! I decided to top it with Barney Butter and had a small apple and Greek yogurt on the side.



A nice filling breakfast. 350 calories, 50g carbs, 20g protein, 6g fat, 8g fiber.

I like having so many different foods, especially at breakfast. Although if you want a bigger cookie, Averie has another option for you.

www.loveveggiesandyoga.c
om/2011/01/biggie-microwav
e-banana-oat-cakes.html


What do you usually eat for breakfast? Mine includes oats daily!
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SWEETSMAMA 3/14/2011 2:55PM

    OMG - Are you GF TOO!!!! Me too - I'm going to visit your page more often, now that I found you!

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NEVERGIVEUP68 3/9/2011 10:45AM

    I tried today omg i love it. I didn't add any brown sugar as i am not eating any type of sugar and try to go 100% sugar free. I love my breakfast today. Thank you for sharing with us. I made Biggie Microwave Banana Oat Cakes and guess what i eat only half of it in my breakfast. other part is going to be my desert in the afternoon. emoticon

I try the "Caribbean Coconut Rice with Garbanzos & Veggies" and i fallin love this. This recipes i am going to make it every week. again i didn't add any sugar. yes i add more spices so it can be hot. I love your blogs and always try to make new recipes.

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LOVEUNDERLINED 3/9/2011 2:55AM

    OMG yum.

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CAMELA_55 3/8/2011 8:57AM

    YUM!!!
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AUBREYINGMAN 3/7/2011 11:28PM

    Guess I need to try the one you made me. It looks like it is really tasty.

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MT-MOONCHASER 3/7/2011 11:19PM

    Looks like a great grab and go breakfast. I think I'll try making some of these the night before. They would fit in well with my somewhat usual breakfast.

If I like them (and I'm pretty sure I will), I think they would be great when my bananas get a little ripe. Could wrap and store them in the fridge...

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DIZZYFEMME 3/7/2011 10:25PM

    Nom Nom Nom.

This looks delicious. Will have to try it out soon. Thanks for posting!

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NEVERGIVEUP68 3/7/2011 9:23PM

    Amber, I am so happy that you got some more food choice. I love all the sites. I am most part of vegetarian. I noticed i can not eat any meat or fish. So i am truing to vegetarian. I don't mind. I can live without meat. I just want to try some good new recipes that you got. emoticon

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HANNAH_CALM 3/7/2011 6:12PM

    I've got my schedule all messed up, and have mostly missed breakfast the past week or so. I miss waking up at the right time. Because if I miss breakfast, I usually only eat two meals a day.

The oat cake looks yummy! I used to make a plain one, with just oats, every morning, but I got so tired of that.

I'm going to buy some Greek yogurt soon and try it out.

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RHALES199 3/7/2011 4:42PM

    mmmm.... that looks good.... I'll hafta try it!! (And take a look at some of those blogs!). Almond butter....yummmmm!!

I usually eat oats a la Bobb's REd Mill at least 4-6 times a week, but this last week I've been taking a break from them.
This morning I had a Kinnickinick Blueberry muffin & a 'fried' egg (I also often eat eggs for breakfast.... great source of protien for me!)

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DNJEN471 3/7/2011 1:19PM

    I've been on a multi-grain cheerios kick lately with some unsweetened soy milk. Fills me up :)

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