Almond, Banana and Oats Cereal Bowl

Breakfast Recipe

Looking for a delicious breakfast recipe? You need to try out this!
Give yourself an energy boost and start your morning right, with our delicious creamy MyProtein almond butter, banana, granola cereal bowl. Great source of protein and healthy fats. Ideal as a snack too. Full of protein and healthy fats and natural sugar.

Why not take this to work, perfect for on the go. We have a great selection of bottles to transport your drink around.


65g of Rolled Oats

25g of Granola, with fruit and seeds 

125g Almond/Soy/Oat Milk

1 Banana, Sliced

1 Tablespoon of Myprotein Almond Butter

Chia Seeds

Coconut Shavings

Benefits of Each Ingredient:


Bananas are the UK’s most popular fruit. The high fibre content of bananas helps to promote feelings of fullness and appears to reduce bloating. Bananas are loaded with valuable micro nutrients, especially potassium, which is one of the most important electrolytes in the body.


Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They’re a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits. These include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart disease.

Almond/Soy/Oat Milk

Soy milk is the only milk alternative that has a comparable amount of protein as a cup of cow’s milk, along with omega-3 fatty acids and fiber. It is a good source of magnesium and manganese, and manufacturers fortify soy milk with vitamins A, D, B12, and calcium.

Almond milk has been increasing in popularity, especially among individuals who cannot drink soy milk due to allergies or other health concerns.

Oat milk is made from cleaned, toasted, and hulled oats combined with water and possibly other grains and beans. It is low in calories, cholesterol, and saturated fat – and higher in fiber than other milk alternative options.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are a rich source of minerals, which are known to be beneficial for bone health, including calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Studies examining the effect of chia seeds on blood sugar control in animals showed an improvement in insulin resistance. This was echoed by similar clinical studies examining the effects of bread made using chia seeds, on reducing blood sugar response in humans.

Method for Breakfast Recipe:

  1. Cook your rolled oats and milk together, for around 3/4 mins or until happy with the consistency.
  2. Top with granola first, then banana slices and almond butter. Finish off by topping, coconut and chia seeds.

Why not take this to work and transport your drink in one of our bottles.

Nutritional Info:

Servings 1

Calories: 492 

Fat: 12.4g

Carbs: 86.5g

Sugars: 15.2g

Protein: 20.6g

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