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Ingredients 3/4 cup water 1/2 cup old-fashioned oats Dash of salt 1/2 large ripe banana 1 tablespoon sunflower seed butter 2 teaspoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon. 10 m Bring water and salt to a boil in a saucepan; add oats and simmer until desired consistency is reached, about 5 minutes. Remove saucepan from heat and stir in bananas, sunflower seed butter, and agave nectar. You might also like. Mash one-third of banana slices with back of a fork in a small bowl.

Stir sunflower seed butter, brown sugar, and mashed banana into warm oatmeal. Top with remaining banana slices and shaved chocolate. DIRECTIONS.

Bring water and salt to a boil in a saucepan; add oats and simmer until desired consistency is reached, about 5 minutes. Remove saucepan from heat and stir in bananas, sunflower seed butter, and agave nectar. Cut a ripped banana into slices and mash it with a fork at the bottom of a small bowl or mason jar.

Along with the mashed banana, add the oats, milk, cottage cheese, chia seeds, cocoa powder, vanilla extract and pinch of salt. Stir well to combine and secure with a lid. Keep in the fridge for a minimum of 12 hours before eating.

Bring a punch of protein to your morning oats with a dollop of Greek yogurt and chopped pistachios. Dried figs and a drizzle of honey add a touch of sweetness. 6 of 12 Sunflower Seed Butter, Banana, and Chocolate Oatmeal.

In a large bowl, cream together the white sugar, brown sugar, and butter until smooth. Beat in the eggs one at a time, then stir in the vanilla. Combine the flour, baking powder, and baking soda; stir into the creamed mixture until just blended.

Mix in the rolled oats and sunflower seeds. Combine all dry ingredients in a bowl. Stir in sunflower seed butter and agave nectar until well combined.

Press into the pan and refrigerate until firm. Cut into bars and enjoy. Store in fridge (or freezer for longer storage). In a food processor, pulse the oats, peanut butter, honey, chocolate chips, cranberries, sunflower seeds and flax seeds until fully combined. Cover and.

In a large bowl, cream together the coconut oil, nut or seed butter, and coconut sugar using a whisk or an electric mixer. Mix in the flax egg, vanilla, and mashed banana. In a medium bowl, stir together the flour, cocoa, baking soda, salt, and rolled oats.

Pour the dry ingredients over the wet ingredients and stir to combine.

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Or you can replace the oatmeal in the recipe with sunflower seeds, sesame seeds, poppyseeds, or flax seeds.

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save seed pulp for sunflower seed Granola (see recipe below).

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In a medium bowl, stir the oats, peanut butter, flaxseeds, honey, cocoa powder, hazelnuts, chocolate chips, and vanilla extract together until well combined.

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You can also grind them into almond butter using a high-powered blender and spread it on celery, or mix it into smoothies with ground cacao nibs for a nutty, chocolatey treat.

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Transfer to a large bowl and stir in the sunflower seeds, wheat germ, chia seeds, protein powder, goji berries, raisins, and dried cherries.

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NOTE Use the nut butter or seed butter of your choice in this granola.

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Hemp seeds are high in omega-3 fatty acids, and hemp milk creates a creamy, light accompaniment to the crunchy granola.

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Add the peanut butter, cinnamon, flaxseeds, maple syrup, and blueberries, and mix well.

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Pour into a bowl and top with walnuts and any other preferred extras, such as chia seeds, shredded coconut, fresh fruit (sliced strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, or bananas), and so on.

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In a blender or Vita-Mix combine ground flax seed, drained, sprouted oats, % cup raw honey, and a little water, and blend until creamy.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • I just baked these using almond butter instead of peanut butter, and they turned out great!  I also used a food processor, so the oats were more finely ground… Thanks for the recipe.  Do you have a website?  I just found this recipe so randomly in a google search, you’re amazing!

  • omg! yesss a GF/Vegan brownie! this looks amazing I’m totally going to make this! I love using Bobs red mill for macaroons and over night oats! thanks so much for sharing this recipe! I’ll post some pictures after I bake them:)

  • Back in the day the instructions for the cocoa powder was add it to the oil in the recipe. Since this is an oil free recipe, the suggestion would be to blend the cocoa with the maple syrup. Enjoy

  • This looks delicious.

    I found your channel from Lily and you’re both my fave. I usually don’t sub make up channels, but you’re real af and hilarious.

  • This is my staple breakfast in the morning. I usually soak my mixture for about 10 mins or longer in equal parts water and unsweetened almond milk. After it’s cooked -I then put the peanut butter in a lil melted coconut oil and drizzle it over the oatmeal. Then I top it with extra chia seeds n bananas. It’s so good.

  • This sounds delicious I will be making this. But who else got a huge laugh when she says a 1/3 cup of “Maple Syrup” and goes on to pouring colored High Fructose Corn Syrup into the mix, LOL. If you want to make it even healthier use Raw Natural Honey in place of the “Maple Syrup”.

  • i soak my oats in 2parts water and.5 to 1 part plant milk over night then cook it on the stove if i am not feeling the creamy vibe i will make it 3 parts water to 1 parts oats. i nevere liked stogggy or stick to your ribs oatmeal when i see thaht on youtube im like the heck? lol but yes i know each to their own it is a prefference thing. So when i say this whole ” voluminous” thing i thought well dont all ppl cook oats like that lol

  • Oh yes! I’m making these. Thank you Anna, they look fabulous. I love bobs redmill brand. It’s hard to get here but I buy online in Australia. Thanks for sharing

  • Those brownies look so amazing I was like drooling as I was watching this I was like “Im going to make this” and u know something IT WAS AMAZING thx so much ������������

  • This looks so good and easy!! I just started using coconut everything, oil,sugar, etc… And the Justin’s peanut butter cups are my all time fav!! Oh the apple sauce trick your sister taught you….AWESOME!

  • I love Sprouts Farmers Market, especially their own brand they carry. There are so many natural and organic options in the store, but the Sprouts brand is particularly my favorite because everything they have tastes real and authentic. My go-to item right now is the Sprouts coconut water! It tastes so fresh and they definitely have a better, more distinct taste than any other brand’s coconut water:)

  • yum!!!!!! we have been on a low carb high protein diet..and have already lost a good bit of weight!! I have to tell you this recipe will come in handy!! I love bobs red mill!!!!!!!

  • Would you say that this is a healthy breakfast? It looks pretty good and I’m interested in trying it since I’m currently on a diet!

  • anna love your videos!! I’m trying to start eating healthier myself. my son is 2 and picky so I love this idea I’m sure he will love it. thanks for sharing. I will be making this. never tried coconut sugar I’m excited to try it.

  • I loved this recipe, especially because I was on the look out for vegan treats. I trust and love Sprouts brand items. So glad you are back

  • This is a different view of your kitchen. Did you remodel it recently? How about a kitchen tour someday by video. I’ve been using boiling water on my oatmeal since I read the idea in vegan on four dollars a day. It’s the easiest simplest way to have hot oatmeal.

  • We will probably substitute for almond butter because my son is allergic to peanuts, but I love this! Were the oats you used gluten free as well?

  • I’ve got one way to heat water, so I’ve been boiling water for my oatmeal and then have to go to the trouble to boil water again for my instant coffee latté. If I do this way, I can boil enough for both and enjoy them at the same time! Thanks!

  • I absolutely loved this recipe, the video is shot very well! I love vegan, plant based foods and always shop for those brands! Thanks for sharing Anna!

  • These brownies look fantastic! I love the peanut butter and banana combination:)
    Some brands I trust are KIND Bars, LARA Bars, and anything from Trader Joes (Psst. You should definitely try their cookie butter!)!! Love you and I hope you and Elle are doing well!

  • Just tried some can’t wait to try it! I used almond butter instead of peanut butter since I’m allergic and I also used honey instead of maple syrup just to make it a little more healthy���� I’m really excited lol

  • OMG this was delicious and no one knew it was Vegan!!! My husband had this is No Dairy Ice Cream for dessert. Thanks keep them coming

  • Welcome back I hope you have not forgotten me
    At the time you were doing the taste test with your sister I told you to focus on what you have a true gift on which is doing these perfect looking smoothies and owtmeals
    At the time I didn’t know what i want myself but I always knows being in the kitchen is what I like so now im a pastry chef

  • I can’t wait to try this. We’re always looking for healthy low sugar recipes and being vegan is an added bonus, why hurt the animals if you don’t have to? We love Bob’s Red Mill, Justin’s and 365 products. The chocolate chips are perfect for a small treat when up late with babies. Justin’s also has a delicious almond butter. When I had gestational diabetes I ate a ton of it and now that my twins are eating solid food I’m feeding it to them as well. They love it mixed into baby multigrain cereal with some apple sauce and they love almond butter and apricot puree sandwiches. No added sugar for these babies, they’re sweet enough!

  • OUTSTANDING job! You created such an amazing oatmeal with a proper technique on bananas! That oatmeal looks so good and delicious! Thanks again for sharing and too bad I missed the premiere! I will sure try to be on the next one! Have a nice day