At Provitamil, we want to give you more than just a great product, so we have created a great selection of recipes to show you how you can get the most out of them.
You will see that Oat Drink makes a great dairy-free alternative to milk across the board and, hopefully, you will find some inspiration from the recipes that have been put together by Dr Joan Ransley, who is an expert in nutrition.
Super nutritious containing real strawberries, banana, vanilla, yogurt and Oat Drink
Slow cooked rice pudding, goes beautifully with baked pears, fruit compotes, boozy prunes or poached early season rhubarb
This is recipe is lovely to make with children and if you pierce a hole through the middle they can be made into Christmas Tree decorations.
A lovely dish to serve during the autumn months when wild mushrooms are in season, or using chestnut mushrooms out of season.
Hot chocolate is one of the nation’s favourite drinks and the good new is it can be made with both Oat Drink and Chocoloat, the non diary alternatives to cows milk.
Peaches are delicious to eat as they are but they are also fabulous to use in drinks, salads and puddings too.
Fruit, Smoothie, Snack, Healthy Eating
A nutritious smoothie which is great if you are a little bit hungry and need more than a drink
Smoothie, Vegetable, Vegetable, Snack, Healthy Eating
The combination of tropical fruit such as mango, pineapple and banana are perfect for when you want a nutritious drink to fill a gap.
A great way to get children to eat fruit
A really healthy treat, packed with calcium
A healthy treat for you or your children - use fruits such as raspberries, banana, pineapple, blueberries and strawberries
The marzipan and the vanilla make this a taste sensation