Source: Produced by Tiffany Afflick (@thecookingyam) for British Swimming
- Freeze 1 banana (peeled and sliced) for at least 2hrs/until solid
- Blend with 1tsp cocoa powder + 1tbsp natural yoghurt/50ml milk
- Pour into a bowl and top with chopped nuts, seeds, fruit, desiccated
- Chop 2 bananas and add to a mixing bowl
- Beat 2 eggs, then add to the bananas
- Fold in 1 1/2 cups (150g) oat flour (blended oats) and 1tsp baking powder
- Roughly chop some strawberries, then carefully mix into the batter to
avoid mushing the berries up too much
- Empty the mixture into a lined loaf tin, then top with sliced strawberries
- Bake for 30mins until golden and firm
- Mash 2 ripe bananas to a smooth paste (you can leave some chunks if
- Stir in 1 cup (100g) oats, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, and a handful of chopped
- Shape into 8 balls, then press down to flatten
- Top with a few more chopped nuts and bake for 10-12mins until firm
- Freeze 1 banana (peeled and sliced) for at least 2hrs until solid
- Blend the banana with 100ml of milk or 2-3 spoons of natural yoghurt
until a smooth consistency is achieved
- Add in vanilla extract, chopped nuts, berries, chocolate shavings etc.
- Blend 1 ripe banana with 1 egg, ½ cup (50g) oats, ½ tsp baking powder and 1
scoop of protein powder (optional). You can add in 1 tsp cocoa powder to make
- Lightly grease a frying pan with cooking spray/olive/coconut oil, then fry
portions of the batter for around 2mins on each side until all batter is used.
- Serve up with fresh fruit, honey, peanut butter, yoghurt etc.