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Blueberry Lavender Baked Oats

YIELD

15 mins

PREP TIME

20 mins

BAKE TIME

35 mins

TOTAL TIME

Ingredients

Ingredients for the baked oats:
	•	1 cup fresh blueberries
	•	⅓ cup almond milk
	•	1 ⅓ cup Anthony’s Goods Oat Flour
	•	1 tsp Anthony’s Goods French Lavender Petals, ground
	•	2 tbsp honey
	•	Juice of ½ lemon
	•	1 tsp vanilla extract 
	•	1 egg
	•	½ tsp baking powder
	•	Pinch of salt 

Ingredients for the blueberry chia jam:
	•	½ cup fresh blueberries
	•	1 tbsp Anthony’s Goods Chia Seeds
	•	2 tbsp honey
	•	Squeeze of lemon
	•	Splash of water, to thin (if necessary)

Instructions

Fruity and floral with a touch of citrus, these blueberry baked oats look and taste irresistible. Don’t want to fire up the oven? Bake them up in a toaster oven instead.

1. Grind the lavender petals in a coffee grinder and set aside.

2. Add the blueberries and almond milk to a blender and blend until smooth. Measure the mixture again at the end to make sure you have 1 ⅓ cup. 

3. Pour the mixture into a medium bowl and mix in the flour, ground lavender petals, honey, lemon juice, vanilla extract, baking powder, egg and salt. Stir until smooth, then pour into 2 ramekins. 

4. Preheat the oven (or use a toaster oven) to 375F and bake for 20 minutes. 

5. In the meantime, add the jam ingredients to a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Lower to a simmer and cook on low heat until the blueberries are mashable with the back of a wooden spoon. Stir until the mixture has thickened. 

6. When the baked oats are ready, top them with the jam and a little lemon zest, if desired.

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