I haven't uploaded a breakfast recipe in a while! Since I typically make Christmas morning breakfast for everyone though I found this Paleo Baked "Noatmeal" to try out. Don't worry I still made everyone non-Paleo waffles to eat as well, but I will always make sure to have a delicious tasting healthier option too. This "Noatmeal" is grain-free using sweet potato, flaxseed, coconut flakes, and a couple of eggs. This was pretty simple to throw together too and I prepped all the ingredients the night before to make baking in the morning even easier. To grate the sweet potato I always peel the potato, cut into chunks, then throw in my food processor and pulse until all pieces are grated. That sure beats using a grater, in my opinion. My only note on this recipe is that using my 8x8 dish I had it in the oven for 35 minutes long and still think it could have baked a little longer. Just make sure to keep an eye on your dish around the 30 minute mark! I opted for 1/4 cup almonds, used this Unsweetened Coconut Milk, and 3 Tbsp of this Maple Syrup, and with 9 servings this put each bar at 7g Fat, 18g Carbs, and 3g Protein. Not a lot of protein, so I personally had two servings and some scrambled eggs to go with it. I thought this turned out pretty tasty and it was a fun alternative breakfast to my usual oatmeal! My family also claimed to have enjoyed it and there were no leftovers, so I think that's a good sign as well. I made this again for my friends on New Year's Eve morning and tested it out with berries and apples, and both turned out delicious! 😋 👇🏼👇🏼
Let me know if you give it a try and what you think!
Paleo Baked "Noatmeal"
*If you use a smaller baking dish than an 8 inch square dish and the mixture is deeper, it may take a bit longer to cook – adjust the baking time accordingly. Using a wider dish makes this quite a shallow bake.
*You can swap the berry topping for another fresh fruit e.g. sliced apple, pear, nectarine. Alternatively, you can stir a few tablespoons of dried fruit through the bake rather than topping it.
Original recipe found here
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