High fiber breakfast loaf (no refined sugar)

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Hey yummy mummy.s and Daddies,

My little yum had kinda gone off breakfast! She was eating porridge or weatabix no problem but I think she’s getting a bit fed up. I don’t mind mixing it up at the wknd with pan cakes and cereals (but the cereals are full of sugar)
So I had a plan!!!!

A wee idea, to make a healthy high fiber loaf and let it last us the week!! Today was the first day, and it went down a treat!! (Of course one yummy daddy is now looking for some in his lunch box, so it may not last the week) but a least it makes a nice change for breakfast so moist  and had no added sugar x serve with fruit and spread with margarine.. yummy x

With this recipe it’s nearly better to make it the day before and let it cool over night. Let it wait in the fridge in an air tight container until morning . (Cool on the counter first then when completely cool put in the fridge. Have fun x get messy x oneyummymummy xxx

Loaf tin sprayed with olive oil
8 oz plain flour
6oz rolled oats
1 tablespoon of baking powder
1 tea spoon of cinnamon
1 tea spoon of ground ginger
2 finely grated carrots
4oz of prunes chopped
8 oz canned pineapple pieces with juices
3 tablespoons of maple syrup
2 eggs
1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
240 mls of milk

Pre heat oven 180 c gas mark 4
Spray your loaf tin with olive oil and leave to one side
Leave the oats to soak in the milk in a separate bowl.
In a large bowl sive your flour, add the baking powder and spices.
Grate carrots with the fine end of the grater (this is a bit tedious but worth it) chop the prunes finely. Making sure there are no pits!!!
In a bowl separate bowl whisk the eggs, add vanilla and maple syrup.
Add the carrot and prunes and pineapple to the wet mixture and blend. (With a hand blender if you haven’t got a hand blender use a potato masher and mash)

Add the oats to the flour mixture and mix.
Now add the wet mixture to the dry mixing as you do. It is a fairly dense mixture,
Pour in to the loaf tin.

And bake for 2 hours. For 50 mins 180 c gas mark 4 , then turn the oven to 150c gas mark 2 for the last hour and 10. Try and let It cool and rest for a least 4 hours before eating it, as it’s really moist and hard to cut other wise!!! But so worth the wait!! A breakfast you know exactly what’s gone into it!!  Also lovely toasted With no refined sugar xxx enjoy oneyummymummy xxx

i have linked this post up with simply homemade  for #betterbreakfasts  a linkly about a healthy start to the day xxx

7 thoughts on “High fiber breakfast loaf (no refined sugar)

  1. Just gorgeous!! we had it for breakfast, seconds were obligatory 😉 toasted with butter….even better if possible! And the baby got to have some too… thanks yummy mummy xx

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