Saturday, 11 July 2015

Sunday's delicious adventures and links!!

Ahhh, hello Sunday! Oh how I have been waiting for you!

A little sleep-in (tucked up tight because it is cooooolllldddd) a little fast-pace run (30 mins) and a little brekky to start off the day on a great foot! And when I say little brekky, you know I mean utterly delicious. Yep.

I guess I was still in that phase where I wanted oats without the warmth because I made another variation on this over-30-minute (instead of overnight) oats!

This time?
Creamy vegan cinnamon apple coconut oats!!

Step 1. Mash a banana:
Step 2. Add around a tablespoon of coconut butter:
Step 3. Heat on high in the microwave for around 35 seconds, stir to combine (and test try a little bit because it is so good!)
Step 4. Cut up a cheek of apple into small cubes:
Step 5. Add 2 handfuls of rolled oats, a teaspoon of chia seeds, 1/2 teaspoon (or more) ground cinnamon and the apple to a bowl. Stir to combine:
Step 6. Add in the heated banana and coconut mixture, mash to combine:
Step 7. Pour in some almond milk (or any milk) to cover and stir to combine:
Step 8. Place in freezer for 20-30 mins (I also chopped up the remaining apple to freeze for later experiments, but you could chomp on that now if you're famished and are dreading the idea of waiting 30 minutes for breakfast!
Step 9. Remove from freezer:
Step 10. Take a photo:
Step 11. Add a spoon so you can eat it! ;)
And that's how to make this delicious, cold bowl of cinnamon apple oaty goodness!
Now, seeing as it's Sunday I also have a whole bunch of links for you all that I have been loving this past week:


What even is balance?




17Times Disney Princesses Totally Felt Our Workout Struggles

I hope you found some interesting reads from that list and if you want some more great links, head on over to Spoons for the Sunday Link-love! Until next time- have a great day friends!! Bye! :D


  1. I have to try this recepie soon. I love overnite oats, but cant have it without adding a spoon of honey for sweetness. Adding mashed banana may help me overcome adding the extra honey.

    1. Anonymous,
      Banana is my saving grace when it comes to adding natural sweetness along with a whole bunch of vitamins and minerals, I literally sweeten almost everything with banana!
      Definitely give it a go and let me know how you like it! :)

      Steph 2 chefxx

    2. Tried it today.. it was totally yummmmmm..... I added some almond and cashew too.. Thanks for the lovely recepie.

    3. Yay, I'm so glad you liked it! Almond and cashew? Why didn't I think of that!? :)

      Steph 2 chef xx


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