Foraged Vitamin C Oat Balls
This super simple recipe is becoming a staple in the kitchen for the Autumn months. Learn how to pack a healthy dose of fresh Vitamin C into your breakfast balls with these tasty foraged Vitamin C packed Oat Balls aka Rosehip balls.
Just before we head into winter the rosehips are ripe for picking from the thorn filled bushes. There has to be some natural force behind this as our bodies are craving some Vitamins to sustain us for the long winter nights. We have come up with the most delicious way to use up your unused hips at this time of the year. Here is our delicious Oat ball recipe, made with freshly foraged and dried rosehips.
- Oats (3 cups)
- Brown Sugar (1/2 cup)
- Honey (5 Tablespoons)
- Condensed Milk (1/4 can)
- Dried and Fresh Rosehips (2 handfuls)
- Blackberries (1 handful)
- Grated Apples x 2
- Dark Chocolate (1 Bar – 200g)
- Sea Salt (1 Tablespoon)
How to make Vitamin C Oat Balls
Step 1. Head out on a local foraging adventure to pick some fresh rosehips or buy dried rosehips from us if you don’t have time.
Step 2. Gather the other ingredients of oats, sugar, honey and condensed milk and gently combine them. Stir in a handful of raisins and two handfuls of loosely chopped dried rosehips. Now add two grated apples and a handful of blackberries.
Step 3. Roll this mixture into small balls and leave in a heated oven for 20 – 25 minutes.
Step 4. While your oat balls are in the oven heat some dark chocolate over a hot pan. Add a tablespoon of sea salt.
Step 5. Take your balls from the oven and coat them in the chocolate, leave in the fridge for 15 minutes.
Voila, you have your very own foraged Vitamin C oat balls. It is easy to play with this recipe, adding different seasonal products at different times of the year. We will give some Spring Oat balls a go in a couple of months.