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  1. Emily
    Emily

    Hi. Love you website. Really inspires me. I have a question. I have never cooked with protein powder. Why do you use it is so many of your recipes?

    Thanks!

    October 8, 2012

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  2. Kelly @ Inspired Edibles

    I have never baked oatmeal before – what a neat idea – and this dish looks warming and delicious. Your carob sauce is very intriguing as well; being a cocoa fan, I have not experimented a great deal with carob but I love its characteristic gentle, natural sweetness and am tempted to give your recipe a try… it looks silky, gorgeous!

    October 8, 2012

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  3. Bailee

    Firstly, YUM! I just made this recipe (minus the Carob Sauce) and the whole house smells amazing. I don’t think I’ll have the will power to save it for dessert. I’ve also reintroduced grans and whole hearty believe oats are good for us. So, hooray for that! Thanks for the beautiful blogging. I love your pictures. Pop over to mine If you have a moment; TheModelfoodie.com. Foodies unite.

    October 8, 2012

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  4. Wendy

    This looks absolutely fabulous! I’ve been looking for healthy treat ideas for my boys and this is just perfect. I am pretty sure they would think I’d gone crazy if I served this to them for breakfast. :) Can’t wait to give this a try!

    October 8, 2012

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  5. Simone

    O dear… that looks amazing Sonia… I always love your makeover treats as they not only look delicious but they look so healthy too. This is not something you would eat for dessert right? More a breakfast kind of dish?

    October 9, 2012

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  6. Michelle@HappyHeart

    Wowsers! This looks incredible! I’ll definitely have to give a vegan version a go. I wonder would a couple of flax eggs and more banana do the trick?

    October 10, 2012

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