Berry Bircher

Berry Bircher

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(6 ratings)

Prep: 5 mins plus overnight chilling, no cook

Easy

Serves 2

Overnight oats that are low in fat and take 5 minutes to prepare. Pack your breakfast with frozen raspberries, bio yogurt and golden linseeds for a delicious and healthy start to the day

Nutrition and extra info

  • Vegetarian

Nutrition: per serving

  • kcal372
  • fat9g
  • saturates2g
  • carbs55g
  • sugars27g
  • fibre9g
  • protein13g
  • salt0.2g
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Ingredients

  • 70g porridge oats
  • 2 tbsp golden linseeds
  • 2 ripe bananas
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  • 140g frozen raspberries
  • 175g natural bio yogurt

Method

  1. Tip the oats and seeds into a bowl, and pour over 200ml boiling water and stir well. Add the bananas and three-quarters of the raspberries (chill the remainder), mash together, then cover and chill overnight.

  2. The next day, layer the raspberry oats in two tumblers or bowls with the yogurt, top with the reserved raspberries and serve.

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fmwedge
16th Jul, 2016
Really enjoyed this, very filling. Took a small portion for a mid morning snack as a lot to eat at breakfast.
suejackson56
10th Jun, 2016
3.8
We struggled to eat all this so would cut down the amount of oats by half next time. Very nice & no additional sweetner needed.
Gulliverd
6th Jun, 2016
3.8
I agree with the comments below, a lovely tasty breakfast, it was sweet enough for me as I don't normally add sugar to things and I also used mixed frozen berries rather than raspberries. Very nice looking forward to having this again.
frappemarzipan
2nd Jun, 2016
5.05
A really tasty breakfast and super easy to make, I made it exactly to the recipe. It makes me want to get up in the mornings! It was filling, which was great as it keeps you going all morning. I am now thinking how easy it can be to swap the fruit around, maybe add some cinnamon, for when I fancy a change.
donahilaria
2nd Jun, 2016
3.8
This is a very pleasant breakfast dish. However, the quantities for 2 are huge. I cut down the 70g of porridge oats to 30g and we still found it too much with the addition of the banana, raspberries and yoghurt. I also felt it needed a bit of sweetening as raspberries are tart and the banana doesn't add much sweetness, so perhaps a teaspoon of raw honey would be good? I used one tbsp of linseeds and one tsp of chia seeds and dry-toasted the oat/seed mixture before adding the hot water.
SmlSave
31st May, 2016
It's instead of milk, to keep calories low I assume. No idea why it has to be hot though, I use cold milk
donahilaria
2nd Jun, 2016
3.8
"No idea why it has to be hot though, I use cold milk". Well, the boiling water really speeds up the time it takes the oats to swell up and, I suppose, partially cooks them. I also normally use just cold milk but it takes longer for the oats and seeds to swell and absorb the liquid.
susieg49
17th Jun, 2016
I cannot bear the taste of bananas. Is there an equivalent I can use? Or shall I just leave it out?
funkybabe
30th May, 2016
What is the reason for pouring over boiling water in this recipe please?
susieg49
17th Jun, 2016
I would think its to cook the oats and make them more easily digestible.
frappemarzipan
2nd Jun, 2016
5.05
I found it helps to make all the ingredients nice and soft, and made it easier to mash up the banana and frozen raspberries.
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