Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Phase 1 Cobbler and Oat Milk

This cobbler is a bit different than the other one I have posted- this one has protein. While protein is not a requirement for P1 breakfast, sometimes you may feel the need to have it, or crave it. Or if you have low blood sugar issues, you can use add a little protein. If you want to be super strict with FMD, you can use this for P1 lunch instead (you would need to add a partial serving of protein, as this is not complete serving of protein)

Use any berry you want, except strawberries- they dont bake well. Peaches, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cherries. They all will work. 

Make the oat milk ahead. While it doesnt take long to make, having it ready is a help.

Oat Milk


1 cup steel cut oats
3 cups filtered water

Put oats in a jar or bowl and cover with water. Let soak for at least 20 minutes, but overnight will work, too. Drain and rinse well. 
Put the soaked oats into a blender and add the 3 cups water. Blend on low for 1 minute, then on high until smooth. You can strain if you want, but I only use it to cook, so I dont. 
You can also add sweetener or vanilla if you want.

1 cup oat milk is standard grain serving. 






Cobbler
Makes 4 servings









Filling:
4 cups phase 1 fruit
1 tsp arrowroot mixed with 2 tsp cold water

Topping:
3/4 cup phase 1 flour or use one of my flour blends
1 tsp baking powder
1/4 tsp salt
1/4 tsp xanthan gum
2 tsp vanilla
1/4 cup xylitol
1 egg white, lightly beaten
1 cup oat milk
2 egg whites, beaten until stiff

Heat oven to 375 degrees

Put fruit into a saucepan over medium heat. Warm through. Add arrowroot mixture and stir until thick. Keep hot while you mix the topping. 

In a small bowl, stir wet ingredients together- the single egg white, xylitol, vanilla and oat milk. Set aside. 

In a large bowl, mix dry ingredients together- flour, salt, xanthan gum, baking powder. 

Pour wet mixture into dry mixture and stir just until combined. 











Scoop the whipped egg whites into the batter, and very gently fold the egg whites in. 














Pour the fruit into a deep baking dish. 












Spread the topping over the fruit. 












Bake at 375 for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown, and a knife stuck into the topping comes out clean. 






























4 standard servings of grain and fruit. 

3 comments:

  1. How long does the oat milk last if stored in the fridge?

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    1. I only make enough to use because it gets rather gummy when it sits for a while. I would say no more than 3-4 days, and you might need to add a little water and reblend.

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  2. To make the oat milk can regular oats be subsituted for the steel oats?

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