A yummy make ahead breakfast ready to go in the morning.


Ingredients (serves 1)

  • 1/2 cup Rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup Almond milk
  • 1/2 tub Chobani strawberry greek yogurt
  • Handful Fresh raspberries
  • 1 tbsp Chia seeds

Method

  1. Combine your oats, milk, chia and yogurt in a jar and stir together.
  2. If you don't like a softer mushier fruit, feel free to add your fruit in now. Add your lid and store in the fridge overnight!
  3. Serve cold in the morning with fresh fruit.

Notes... Feel free to mix and match your fruit/milks.

  • Yum. Great breakfast option

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  • Yum. Simple healthy and delicious!

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  • I do a similar recipe for overnight yogurt but would love to add bright raspberries ,looks lovely

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  • I didn’t a similar recipe for overnight yogurt but would love to add bright raspberries ,looks lovely

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  • I’m really excited to try this recipe! I’m not a fan of rasberry though so I might use strawberries

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  • I haven’t made overnight oats for ages – might do some tonight for tomorrow’s brekky!

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  • Yummy. I love the pop of blueberries with my oats in the morning.

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  • I add grated apple to mine.

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  • Okay I am going out to buy some jars right now so I can make and take for work. Yum Yum Yum!


    • This is still a favorite breakfast of mine.

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  • ADDICTED, that’s all I have to say. I have been making this every day since discovering the recipe. THANKS SO MUCH for sharing. I love it with caramelized fig yoghurt also. You can play around with it with different yoghurts and fruits and its always guaranteed to be delicious.

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  • So easy & so good for you.

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  • This looks very yummy and nutritious.

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  • I now have got my husband to eat these

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  • Soaking oats is so much more healthy !! Somehow, this healthy, traditional practice was gradually abandoned as the popularity of convenience foods such as quick oats and microwave oatmeal packets gradually took hold with later generations.
    The truth is that soaking oatmeal overnight before cooking it up in the morning makes it infinitely more digestible and nutritious as the practice helps to break down toxins and anti-nutrients like phytic acid. These anti-nutrients are present in all grains and very effectively block mineral absorption in the gut and can cause gastric distress or bloating in sensitive individuals. Oats contain the highest amount of phytic acid of any grain, so proper preparation is very important.
    Besides all this soaking oats overnight is so much more efficient !

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  • Oh what an interesting idea. I feel like this might be quite an easy thing to do for the night before.

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