Adapted from Healthy Little Foodies
These breakfast bites are deliciously nutritious and the kids won't even know it! Adapted from Healthy little fo
odies, I did add 3 tbsp of coconut sugar to the recipe to give it a little bit more sweetness so us adults can enjoy as much as the kids! Obviously, this is optional, especially if you are making these for a weaning baby.
They're easy to make so get the kids involved with mashing bananas. My little one used her hands (I know, not the most hygienic way of cooking but they loved it). My 5 year old then helped with the rest and if you like egg shells in yours, then our version is perfect!!!
So, check out the ingredients and enjoy making them! It only takes 28minutes to cook and so lovely to eat while still hot.
40g (1/4 cup) Raisins / Sultanas
1 Ripe banana, mashed
195g (2 cups) Rolled oats
33g (1/3 cup) Desiccated coconut
250ml (1 cup) Coconut milk
140g (1 cup) Frozen raspberries
1 Egg, beaten
Pre heat oven to 190c / 375F / Gas 5
Pop the raisins in a small bowl and soak in boiling water.
To a large mixing bowl add the banana, oats, coconut and coconut milk. Stir until combined.
Add the raspberries and stir until they start to break down but leave some nice big chunks too as they're lovely and juicy.
Add the beaten egg and mix until combined.
Drain the raisins and mix them through the oat mixture.
Grease a baking tray/ dish with coconut oil, add the mixture and smooth out. (Mine tray was 22cm /8.5 inch by 22cm / 8.5 inch)
Bake for approx. 28 mins.
Allow to cool before slicing into bite size pieces.
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