There’s nothing quite like a steaming warm oat recipe to start your day. Whether you douse it in honey, drizzle it in maple syrup or slather it with fresh fruits, there’s an oat recipe for everyone. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite (that aren’t ours) quick oats recipes below:
Why not get a big chunk of your vegetable intake with breakfast? This is an incredible overnight oats recipe that is filling, healthy and delicious. Who doesn’t love the taste of carrot cake in the morning? Featuring a short list of ingredients that includes carrots, oats, almond milk, maple syrup and allspice, this is a quick oats recipe you’ll keep going back to!
Are your days dragging? Are you in need of an exciting morning pick-me-up? Look no further than this incredibly quick oats recipe, filled to the brim with every delicious flavour from your childhood dreams. Taking only five minutes to whip up, this delicious Birthday Cake Batter Overnight Oats recipe will get you jumping out of bed!
Yep, that’s right – chocolate can be a healthy part of your breakfast routine with this delicious quick oats recipe. Combining the tantalising flavours of cocoa, honey, chia and oats, this recipe is perfect for busy mornings. Simply prepare it the night before, and wake up to delicious oat goodness!
Oatmeal can be boring if you’re not doing it right – that’s why it pays to play around with a number of delicious quick oats recipes! One of our favourite oat recipes is this delicious Healthy Superfood Oatmeal, packed to the brim with fiber, antioxidants, cinnamon and ground flaxseed. Bring it to the boil on a pot on your stovetop, drizzle with honey and dig into this amazing quick oat recipe!
Who loves having dessert for breakfast? We know we do – as long as it’s healthy, it’s a winner! This delicious Baked Chocolate Chip Oatmeal recipe is bound to get you bouncing out of bed. Featuring creamy chocolate chips, melted butter and a dash of brown sugar, this is a quick oat recipe that will keep you going all day!
Ah apple pie – conjuring up distant childhood dreams of birthday parties and winters. This date-sweetened quick oats recipe is bound to satisfy your cool morning cravings. Featuring apples, cinnamon and delicious oats, there’s no better way to start the day than this oat recipe.
Is there literally anything better than a warm, buttery cookie to pick up your day? We don’t think so. Try this delicious soft and chewy oat recipe and satisfy your sweet-tooth cravings! Made up of brown sugar, oats, chocolate chips and warm butter, you’ll be racing back home to make this quick oat recipe!
They’re the most iconic Australian oat-based snack, and we know you’ll love them! Gluten free Anzac biscuits recipes aren’t hard to come by, but we think that nothing beats the classic Anzac biscuit variety. ANZAC cookies are historically made around the holiday of the same name, but why not bake them all year round? Jam-packed with delicious oats, golden syrup and coconut, ANZAC biscuits are a one-of-a-kind, and this is our all-time-favourite gluten free Anzac biscuits recipe. The Anzac biscuit has been called many names over the years before arriving on the name we know and love. They’ve been called “surprise biscuits”, “crispies”, “red cross biscuits” and “soldiers biscuits”, all before they earned the once-of-a-kind Anzac biscuit title. The first printed reference to the Anzac biscuit was reportedly found in a 1917 Australian publication: The War Chest Cookery Book, though the recipe strayed from the once we’re familiar with today—with eggs, jam and cream included. The last thing missing from Anzac biscuits in the old-timey cooking books was coconut, but it was discovered at last in a 1924 Adelaide cooking book. In our humble opinion, the best part of the Anzac biscuit is the oats! But maybe that’s because we’re experts in all things oats.
Who doesn’t love a sticky date pudding? Well I must say we are real fans, but what I love about this recipe is that it’s a healthy twist that is guilt free, with beautiful ingredients and using our hero GF Oat Flour.
What better way to start the day than with a bowl of nourishing warm porridge. The fabulous Rosie on TV’s Good Chef Bad Chef has created this delicious recipe using our GF Oats. Try it for yourself and see if you agree that it is The Perfect Porridge.
Of course, all of these recipes can be made completely gluten free with our range of uncontaminated oats. If you don’t have time to make your own treats, take a look at our delicious choc chip biscuits guaranteed to solve any sweet afternoon cravings.