Porridge. It's not very glamorous is it? But we can snazz it up. All we have to do is whack it in the oven with a few simple ingredients and you have the very respectable and distinguished sounding "baked oats" :)  It also doesn't hurt that it tastes great and keeps you full for hours! My recipe here will cost you 3.5 syns per serving, read on for details on keeping it syn free. Recipe Makes 4 servings * 1 banana (4 syns when cooked) * 1 teaspoon of baking powder (1/2 syn) * 1 teaspoon…

Porridge. It's not very glamorous is it? But we can snazz it up. All we have to do is whack it in the oven with a few simple ingredients and you have the very respectable and distinguished sounding "baked oats" :) It also doesn't hurt that it tastes great and keeps you full for hours! My recipe here will cost you 3.5 syns per serving, read on for details on keeping it syn free. Recipe Makes 4 servings * 1 banana (4 syns when cooked) * 1 teaspoon of baking powder (1/2 syn) * 1 teaspoon…

I don't know about you lot, but I love anything "Oaty". You're talkin' flapjacks, hobnobs, porridge, muesli - get in my tummy! Furthermore, oats - when not doused in sugar and butter - are actually incredibly good for us. They are known as one of the best "complex carbohydrates" - meaning it takes longer for the body to release the sugar contained in them. This is great news for us, as we are less prone to sugar cravings this way and you will feel fuller for longer! They are also cheap as…

I don't know about you lot, but I love anything "Oaty". You're talkin' flapjacks, hobnobs, porridge, muesli - get in my tummy! Furthermore, oats - when not doused in sugar and butter - are actually incredibly good for us. They are known as one of the best "complex carbohydrates" - meaning it takes longer for the body to release the sugar contained in them. This is great news for us, as we are less prone to sugar cravings this way and you will feel fuller for longer! They are also cheap as…

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