This protein oat bread is so quick and easy to make. It is always handy to have a loaf ready as it can be used as a snack with a nut butter and banana, pre or post workout, or if you check out my instagram @jensgymlife you will see many different ideas for toppings! It is a very versatile recipe and you can get creative by adding nuts, berries, dark chocolate chips, the list is endless. It can be stored in the fridge or slice it up to freeze it. I always have some in the freezer on standby as it prevents me eating something that I shouldn’t!! There are many different variations but this is the recipe that has worked for me.
I large tub of natural yoghurt (500ml)
3 tbsp hemp protein powder ( this is optional and can be bought in health stores or some of the larger super value stores stock it too)
3 tbsp mixed seeds ( I use the seed mix from Lidl)
1 tbsp bicarbonate of soda(bread soda)
Pinch of salt & black pepper
Preheat oven to 180c (fan oven)
Empty the yoghurt into a large mixing bowl. Using the empty carton measure out 2 cartons full of oats (roughly 400g of oats), add the seeds, hemp protein (if using it), seasoning and finally sift in the bicarbonate of soda. Mix well ensuring all ingredients are combined.
Place into a lined and greased loaf tin and bake for 35-40 mins. If you use a skewer and it comes out clean well then it’s ready! Or tap the bottom for a hollow sound.
I usually get 18 slices per loaf, its all about portion size!
1 slice is 99 calories, carbs 13.8g, protein 5g, fat 2.8g, sugar 2g, dietary fiber 3g
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