Melting middle peanut butter cakes

Melting middle peanut butter cakes

A cheeky, delicious little way to use your healthy extra b oats!

time

5 mins

pan

15 mins

fire

526 kcal

time

5 mins

pan

15 mins

fire

526 kcal

Melting middle peanut butter cakes

makes

2

DIFFICULTY

EASY

makes

2

Difficulty

EASY

These are a very satisfying sweet treat and perfect if you feel like you are about to fall off the bandwagon and scoff a doughnut! Don’t do it! Make these! They are 6 syns in total (using your healthy extra b portion of oats) but really worth it. I like them for breakfast, but then I have a very sweet tooth, but they’d be a lovely pudding if you haven’t used your HEB for the day!

I got my powdered peanut butter from Sainsburys (PBGit, £4), and previously I have used Hale’s Natural powdered peanut butter (which you can buy if you Click here), and Waitrose Seriously Chocolatey Chocolate Spread (click here) which is 3 syns per tbsp unlike 4 like many of the chocolate spreads around. The Waitrose chocolate spread also just tastes amazing! I haven’t tried the Sweet Freedom Choc Pot yet (which you can get in Asda), but I think it would be a good option!

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Melting middle peanut butter cakes

Servings: 1
A cheeky, delicious little way to use your healthy extra b oats!
Syns: 6
Healthy extra: B
Print Recipe
5 mins
15 mins

Ingredients

  • 40 g porridge oats
  • 2 tbsp powdered peanut butter
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 2 tbsp water
  • 1 tbsp Waitrose Seriously Chocolatey Chocolate Spread

Instructions

  • Mix together all of the ingredients (apart from the chocolate spread)
  • Divide about 3/4 of the mixture into muffin cases (4), or small ramekins (2) sprayed with Frylight
  • divide your chocolate spread so there is a dollop in the middle of each bit of mixture, and cover the chocolate with the remaining mixture
  • Bake at 180c for 15 minutes until golden brown

Notes

If you can spare some milk from your HEA allowance for the day then a couple of tbsp added into the mixture loosens it nicely instead of the 2 tbsp water
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