Banoffe chocolate baked oats!!!

Wow this was amazing!!!!!!!! I’ve tried them before and didn’t like them, that was using berries and sweetener. I loved this version though!!!!!!!!! 


35g oats (HEB)

A small egg

A banana 

50ml skimmed milk (HEA) 

1 tsp of choc shot 

Toffee and caramel flavouring (cupcake world online)

(Some recipes call for 2 tbs of stevia or sweetener, this recipe didn’t need it at all as the banana and the flavouring is sweet enough)


Mix together 35g of oats with the milk, egg and choc shot. Add some drops of the flavouring and half of the banana chopped up and leave for a few minutes for the oats to soak up the mixture.

Pre heat the oven to 200 degrees and bake for 20 minutes, mine were ready in about 17 so keep an eye on them. 

A cooked banana in offical synnage is 4 syns. I used half in the mixture and the other half with strawberries on the side. So that’s 2.5 syns in total. I would of eaten this banana anyway so I’m counting 1/2 syn. Smoothies and puréed fruit I never have as I would syn these. Please if you’re not at target count your syns to protect your weight loss. 

It really was amazing. You can adapt the recipe by adding whatever you like! You can syn some chocolate, add different flavourings, different fruit, sugarfree jam, Nutella. The list is endless!! 

Enjoy and happy Fopping xx



7 responses

  1. hi i do find your blog very inspiring. I know its rude to mention money but i wondered if you could do a post about what your shopping includes each week and how much it costs
    many thanks tessa

  2. Hi there

    Could I ask you please how much of the flavouring you use if making cakes/pancakes etc for one? I ordered some of the flavourings but I didn’t like the taste. I suspect it might be because I got the amount wrong! Any tips gratefully received. Thank you very much!

    Karen Spohr

    Sent from my iPad


  3. Looks great! Am going to give this a try. Just curious but how well do you think this would reheat? I usually cook my porridge at home and reheat in the microwave at work. Does this set quite firm?

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