Thursday, 21 April 2016

My Everyday Breakfast - Healthy Overnight Oats


Do you accidently hit snooze more than you should in the morning.. Giving you less time to eat breakfast or even worse skipping breakfast?!! It happens to the best of us, but what if there was a delicious breakfast you could make the night before and it's there for you in the morning ready for you to enjoy on your way out of the door?

Sign me up..

This is my favorite breakfast right now and it is seriously so simple! It's overnight oats, it has an almost pudding consistency thanks to the chia seeds, and I'm addicted!



You will need:
  • 1/4 cup of oats (not quick cook)
  • 1 Tbsp of Chia Seeds
  • 1/4 cup of Plain 0% Greek Yoghurt
  • 3/4 cup of unsweetened Almond Milk
  • 1 Tsp of Vanilla Extract
  • 1 Tbsp of Raw Honey
  • Dash of Cinnamon
  • Toppings of choice - I chose Strawberries
Simply grab a mason jar or even a big mug and combine all of your ingredients, minus your toppings. Stir everything together and put in the fridge overnight...



Fast forward 9 Hours and you can add your toppings! Some great options for toppings would be:
  • Bananas
  • Any kind of Berries
  • Plain Nuts - Like Almonds


Now you can enjoy your breakfast and catch some extra Zzz's, sounds like a pretty perfect morning!



The Nutritional breakdown:
  • Calories - 316 kcal
  • Protein - 12g
  • Carbs - 49g
  • Fat - 9g
  • Fiber - 11g

What are you favorite breakfast recipes? Have you ever tried overnight oats? I want to know!

Thanks for reading!

Anastasia
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2 comments

  1. I tried this and it tastes so good! I had to up the fat and protein to match my morning macro needs so I added cocoa nibs as a topping. Such a great idea to make it over night, no excuses now! Thanks! :)

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    1. So happy to hear you liked it! I love how adjustable this recipe is too, thanks Hattie! :)

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