Originally Posted by cojomo2
For who? a bodybuilder/weightlifter ? That's far too much for a regular person looking for a healthy breakfast.
The eggs are about 280 cals, the oats maybe 220cals, 2 scoops of whey is 200 cals. So roughly 700 calories.
A similar sized breakfast and dinner would put you at 2100calories for the day. Thats not too much for most of the population
Originally Posted by eire-kp
I tried this today and it didnt turn out great, I blended 60g of oats added in 150ml of full fat milk (had no low fat) and an egg. I mixed it all in the morning. They didnt taste great had a very dry texture.
Do you soak the milk oats overnight or leave the whole batter overnight or would the milk make a difference?
Must attempt round 2 in the morning! Other wise it will be back to eggs!
I assume Jordans museli is not great as a possible alternative?
70g oats in a blender, blitz for 20 seconds and into bowl (makes cleaning easier)
Into a hot pan. I serve with a tiny spread of butter, or lemon.
Sometimes I leave it over night to thicken, but not usually. If it is too thick in the morning I add another egg or a dash of milk.
This morning I took it a different direction.
I made what I can only call Oat & Egg McMuffins
. Was excellant