Light easy breakfast
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Contains oats (gluten), milk
Note that if modifications are made this may alter the state and nutritional value of the recipe. It is the responsibility of the caregiver to ensure the consistency of the feed is appropriate. Aim for a texture similar to pancake batter or drinking yogurt.
- To make this vegan, use your preferred plant-based milk, oat milk works well for this recipe, and maple syrup Instead of honey.
- For extra calories, nut butter can be added.
- Fruits can be swapped for any fruits of your choice.
- Hand or jug blender
Requires overnight soaking
Approx. 5 mins to prepare
This recipe was designed for children. Your dietitian should help you calculate the right portion for your child. Some children may need smaller portions e.g. a half portion may be adequate for an older/teenage child.
369kcals, 11.5g protein, 9.6g fat, 63.1g carbohydrate, 2.5mg iron, 218mg calcium.
|Full portion 320ml/just over 5x60ml syringes||= 369kcal/11.5g protein|
|Half portion 180ml/ 3x 60ml syringes||= 208kcal/6.5g protein|
|Third portion 120g/ 2x 60ml syringes||= 138kcal/4.3g protein|
Combine milk (150ml) and oats (50g) - stir out any lumps and soak overnight in fridge.
The following morning, add honey/maple syrup (1 teaspoon), chopped pear (100g) and blueberries (60g).
Blend for 3 - 5 mins.
This recipe was blended without any additional water and yielded 320ml total blend (just over 5 x 60ml syringes). You may find you need to add some fluid to your blend to achieve the desirable consistency. Always sieve blends until you are confident you are achieving a completely smooth blend with no bits.
This recipe is not suitable for home freezing - make fresh and consume immediately.
Soaked oats as opposed to cooked oats will blend easier with less fluid required.