‘That is absolutely brilliant’
The group of words that made my day better than it was. It was said by my history teacher, after I asked if he had marked the tests we did in the morning or not. I was extremely nervous as I did not do an 8 mark question – the test was out of 30. The highest I thought I could’ve received was a 19; that is, if he was lineant. Wrong I was, fortunately, as I received a 21, along with that sentence up there. I cannot believe how proud I am of myself.
I might actually cry. Might.
So I celebrated; as I usually do for events as important as this. By peanut buttering up everything I eat. Woah, okay. I nearly had a seizure there, as spell check did not underline the word ‘buttering’ with that unwanted red squiggle. I win this time *hides wet knife as a sinister smile appears*.
The food item that I most often choose as a base for my lovely peanut butter is toast. Simple, yet clever. I don’t know how clever comes into this but just go along with it.
Oh what the shiz is that. That is NOT supposed to be here.
Neu. THis is supposed t-
Stahp it. I’ve already posted something that is remotely similar to this. But…that peanut butter and melty chocolate chunks… Who cares if I’m posting back to back oatmeal recipes. I don’t. You might.
So we’re agreeing. Okay. More peanut butter porn you say? Later. Let me get just talk about this thing first.
It is not of the same family as the last oatmeal I posted; it is more of the same phyla. Or class, as it both holds the oatmeal in each of their names, but not the same texture. I actually haven’t the slightest idea as to what a baked oatmeal is like, especially in texture. All I know is that if you put banana slices on top, the faint yellow caramelizes into a shade of burnt gold.
Oh dear me, thank gosh I decided to join the party.
Like. How can you not.
Such a win. I don’t want to talk anymore, let’s get on to the recipe.
[Vegan] Baked Fudgy Chocolate Oatmeal
1/4 cup of oats
1/4 cup + 1 tablespoon of chocolate oatmeal
1 tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder
1/2 banana, mashed
1/4 teaspoon of baking powder
1/2-1 tablespoon of flour
1 teaspoon of sweetener (i used honey)
however much blocks of chocolate you want; the sky’s the limit. just kidding your wallet is snarfsnarf.
Mix everything together. Pour it into an oven-safe container and don’t forget to put a couple of slices of banana on top and bake it at 165 degrees for 15 – 20 minutes. Get a spoon of peanut butter ready.
I’m on a recipe makin’ roll this week.