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PB&J with Fried Banana Oatmeal

This is the dreamiest bowl of banana oatmeal to get you through the winter. Made by simmering oats and chia in oat milk (or other plantbased milk) and topping with fried banana, peanut butter and homemade raspberry chia jam. You won't believe how decadent an easy a breakfast bowl can be.
Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
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PB&J with Fried Banana Oatmeal

Hi friends! I feel like the world has been going through a cold spell these last few days. It’s even snowing here in Lille this morning, which is not very common. And so I figured what better recipe to share than the coziest breakfast bowl of all time: my PB&J with Fried Banana Oatmeal.

This recipe is sweet and comforting. It’s an easy recipe made by simmering oats and chia in oat milk. Then topped with my homemade raspberry chia jam, creamy peanut butter and fried banana. There is nothing more cozy than this oatmeal bowl.

Fried Banana Porridge Oats

How to make this fried banana oatmeal

This recipe is just what we need for a Monday morning – It’s fast an effective! Altogether it takes no more than 10 minutes to put together. And it’s a warming bowl to prepare you for the cold outdoors. Using large flake oats the recipe needs only a few minutes on simmer to soften. Then it’s ready for some quick toppings. Here I’ve used my homemade raspberry chia jam, of course you can use whatever jam you fancy but I abolsutley love this jam and have a batch in my fridge at all times.

For the jam

The chia jam is made by cooking frozen raspberries and chia in a saucepan and sweetening with some maple syrup. It’s soooo sweet and and lush, and a much healthier alternative to store-bought jams that are often chocoblocked with sugar. With this jam you know exactly what’s gone into making it. It’s healthy and wholesome. I love it topped on toast, pancakes, scooped onto dates (like in the pic above) and on top of this banana oatmeal.

Fried Banana Porridge Oats Bowl

For the fried bananas:

As for the bananas, I’ve fried them in a bit of coconut oil on my skillet. If you’re asking why fry bananas than clearly you’ve yet to try them. Sauteed bananas are like a dessert! When fried they turn into this caramelized and warm treat. It’s decadent! The first time I tried fried bananas I couldn’t believe it was as simple as frying banana on a skillet with coconut oil. I thought for sure there was added sugar or maple syrup. But no, fried banana is one of life’s secret sweet pleasures.

The entire combo from the homemade raspberry chia jam to the fried banana and gooey peanut makes for a dream banana oatmeal bowl from the first bite to the last. I promise this banana oatmeal bowl will not disappoint. If you’re a fan of oatmeal, especially on a cold snowy day like this one, this bowl is a mood enhancer. I do hope you’ll give this recipe a try.

And, if you do make this recipe please let me know in the comments below what you think! I love hearing from you. And of course, tag me on Instagram with the hashtag #twospoons. Nothing makes me happier than to see your recreations.

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PB&J with Fried Banana Oatmeal

This is the dreamiest bowl of banana oatmeal to get you through the winter. Made by simmering oats and chia in oat milk (or other plantbased milk) and topping with fried banana, peanut butter and homemade raspberry chia jam. You won't believe how decadent an easy a breakfast bowl can be.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 30 minutes
Serves 1 person

Ingredients

Instructions

  • In a saucepan combine oats, chia and milk. Whisk to combine and bring to a simmer. Let oats simmer for about 5 minutes, or until oats are porridge consistency. Remove from heat. Add maple syrup to sweeten, and more milk if desired for consistency.
  • Chop 1/2 banana and add slices to a skillet with coconut oil. Bring to medium-high heat and fry banana until golden in colour (about 2 minutes). Flip and cook the other side until golden (about 30 seconds).
  • Pour porridge oats into bowl and top with peanut butter, homemade raspberry chai jam (or jam of choice), and fried banana slices. Optional to sprinkle with chocolate chips.

Notes

You can also substitute homemade strawberry chia jam with my Homemade Raspberry Chia Jam. Get the recipe here.

Approvals

NUTRITION FACTS

Calories:388kcalCarbohydrates:66gProtein:10gFat:12gSaturated Fat:5gCholesterol:1mgSodium:121mgPotassium:440mgFiber:8gSugar:32gVitamin A:328IUVitamin C:5mgCalcium:284mgIron:3mg
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Allergies

VEGAN – VEGETARIAN – WHEAT-FREE – GLUTEN-FREE – DAIRY-FREE – SOY-FREE

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  1. I am on The FasterWAY to Fat Loss & my coach just shared your recipe ! It is a leg workout day for us so bring in the carbs ! I love fried bananas and am totally going to make this today ! I also want to follow you!

    • Hi Suzanne! Thanks so much for the very kind words about my recipes! I’m so glad that you and your coach are enjoying them! Hope you find this oatmeal bowl as sensational as I do. 🙂

  2. I highly recommend. I have eaten oatmeal many different ways, and this is by far my favourite oatmeal recipe!!! My husband doesn’t usually like oatmeal but says that he loves this oatmeal recipe when I make it for him!!

    • Thanks for sharing Krystal. I’m thrilled that this is one of your favourite oatmeal recipes. It’s definitely a popular one in our home too! We love oatmeal!