Anyone else feeling ridiculously cold at the moment? Although the snow weather warnings have been coming in thick and fast, I’ve not seen any settling nor have I had a snow day yet! To keep myself warm in the mornings, I’ve been making this simple gluten free winter porridge on repeat, and it’s definitely doing its job by making me feel all cosy and warm inside!
Hands up who likes the look of these apple pie oats but thinks it will take too long to make in the morning? I’m here to convince you that after a little Sunday prepping, you could whip this bowl up in under 5 minutes!
With just under two weeks to go until Christmas Day (wahoo), I thought it was time to share the recipe for this super festive and delicious Christmas spiced granola. I have to say, gluten-free granola is probably my all time favourite thing to make (I never buy shop bought GF granola) – it’s ridiculously easy to make, you can choose any flavour combination and ultimately it’s much healthier than the pre-made versions!
Weekends are made for relaxing, spending time with friends and family and eating delicious stacks of gluten-free pancakes and waffles! I might not always have time to make a decadent brunch for my family (porridge is the usual brekkie in my house) however if I’m hosting brunch for family/friends, waffles are my go-to breakfast food of choice. They’re ridiculously easy to prepare and only take 3-4 min to cook, so even if you’re preparing brunch for multiple people, it won’t take long for everyone to be served.
Autumn is in full swing at the Oat So Delicious household and today it’s time to make chai latte granola. My woody, spiced candles are burning continuously, it’s officially cosy jumper season and it’s now socially acceptable to consume numerous cups of chai lattes!
The most important day for Oat So Delicious is finally here…WORLD PORRIDGE DAY!
Porridge is by far my favourite way to start the day, and I think I’ve tried every single variation out there. I love it so much I even named my blog after the key ingredient! Whether you’re eating a bowl of creamy banana porridge, chocolate coffee (mocha) or tea infused oats, enjoy the cosy, warming feeling you get from a delicious bowl of hot porridge.
These waffles have been a go to recipe of mine for over a year now. I originally had this recipe on my blog as Banana Waffles with Blueberry Compote, and thought the recipe/imagery needed a bit of an update. However I do have this post bookmarked on my phone, and I can’t tell you how many delicious waffles I’ve made over the last year! I’ve tweaked the ingredient quantities from the old waffle recipe and added a little bit of maca powder for a slight caramel flavour, although this can easily be left out if you don’t have any.