For adults and kids alike, these oat cups make a fantastic yet healthy breakfast, dessert or snack option. They include fresh ingredients as well as complex carbs, healthy fats and cinnamon that can help to regulate blood sugar levels. As an added bonus, the frozen or semi-freddo experience is a lovely novelty in the lead up to summer!
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1. Mix the oats, chia seeds, milk, honey and cinnamon together until you have a firm, but moist texture.
2. Pack the mixture into approximately 12 cupcake cases, roughly halfway up the height of each case.
3. Blitz your yoghurt and fruit in a food processor until smooth.
4. Pour the yoghurt mixture over the oat mixture distributing evenly.
5. Top with decorative fruit and freeze.
6. Remove up to an hour before eating depending on how frozen you like them!
This recipe combines healthy oats together with protein-rich yoghurt, antioxidant-rich fruit, omega-3 boasting chia seeds and a pinch of blood-sugar regulating cinnamon. It makes the perfect, guilt-free option for breakfast, dessert or a refreshing snack
Emma is a qualified nutritionist. She is passionate about all things food, and loves to share her knowledge of her experiences in the kitchen with exciting new recipes, plus, exploring how these healthy habits can translate into helping us feel better!
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