Oat flakes

Oat flakes for nutritional breakfast porridges and other dishes

Do you know what body-builders or people who care about their figure like the most to eat for breakfasts? You’re right – that is oat flakes.

Interestingly, oats were grown for feeding animals since old times and their nutritional value for people was discovered late enough. After all, oats particularly positively affect our digestive system, speed up metabolism, decrease the amount of sugar and cholesterol in the blood, improve hair and skin condition and even lift the mood. So if you want to feel full, energetic, healthy and be in good mood from early morning, oat flakes for breakfasts are a perfect choice.

Oat flakes are more popular than oat groats because the process of preparing them is quicker and good properties of them practically stay the same. They contain a lot of carbohydrates, green proteins; among them, there is tryptophan, methionine, lysine, histidine, cysteine, arginine that are very necessary for the human organism. Oats contain properties that control fat metabolism, therefore, doctors often suggest to eat oats if you have liver and heart problems. BIORINA oat flakes also enrich your organism with B group vitamins and the necessary microelements.

Maybe you want to try to make especially delicious biscuits without flour and sugar too?

The process is simpler than mixing dough for cookies with traditional flour. You need:

  • 3 ripe bananas;
  • 2 glass of oat flakes;
  • 1 spoon of vanilla, curcuma, cinnamon (not necessarily)
  • fat for baking or baking paper.

Mash bananas very well with a fork and mix them with flakes and seasoning (you can add dried fruits or crushed nuts) and leave it for 20 minutes. Later form round “pancakes” with a spoon and put them on baking paper. Preheat oven to 170°C and bake them for 20 minutes until biscuits turn yellow. Before taking them out of the oven, let them cool down.

Sudėtis / Energinė vertė
Energetic value 100 g 1513 kJ/ 359 kcal
Fat 7,0 g
of which saturated fatty acids 0,9 g
Carbohydrates 54,1 g
of which sugars 1,1 g
Fibre 9,1 g
Proteins 14,1 g
Salt 0,01 g