Wednesday 10 April 2019


When it comes to snack time in this house , it can get a little costly . The girls are always hungry- especially when the half term holidays kick in, and lets be honest , most kiddies eat you out of house and home :)

Nila and I have been getting busy in the kitchen this morning baking some yummy snacks for after school. These banana and peanut butter oaty bites are so simple to make , so cheap to make and are a healthier snack and treat for either after school or with a brew in the evening :)


1x ripend Banana
40G porridge oats
1x tsp honey or agave nectar
2x tbsp peanut butter , or any nut butter . We used almond butter this time as we had ran out of peanut butter.

We did add in a little snack pack of raisins as we had one pack left in the cupboard so we bunged them in. Not essential but they did turn out really nice with the raisins too :)


Preheat your oven to gas mark 4 - 180C

Mash your banana up , the sloppier the better :) . If you have help that resembles a toddler. Be sure to note that they will try and eat half the banana! Greedy monster :)

Add the banana into a bowl along with all the other ingredients and mix it all together until the peanut butter and honey have completely coated the porridge oats.

Spray a baking tray with some fry light , coconut flavour works really well with sweet treats, but any is fine .

Pop your oaty mixture into the tray in little small bite size pieces , and pop them in the oven for 20 minutes or until their golden brown. Be sure to turn them over half way so they all get a golden crisp coating :)

Simple as that and so delicious . I will say the patch we cooked went down a treat and I am just going to enjoy one now with a hot cup of coffee :)

I’d love to know if you recreate this recipe and what you think of them .

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