Easy Overnight Oats Recipe
If you're looking for a low-effort breakfast that's extremely healthy and can even help you lose weight, you've found your solution with overnight oats.
Unlike oatmeal, which is cooked in boiling water on the stove or zapped in the microwave, overnight oats are not cooked at all. They're actually just rolled oats that are left to soak in liquid overnight in the fridge.
A breakfast that basically cooks itself while you sleep. Making overnight oatmeal is easy and can be broken down in a few simple steps:
- Mix your oats, mix-ins, and liquid in a jar.
- Fill a Mason jar or glass bowl with 300g toasted rolled oats, 30g flax seeds, 50g toasted pumpkin seeds, 30g chia seeds, 125g currants or raisins, 125 julienne dried apricots, 655g almond milk, 750g coconut milk, 50g maple syrup.
- Stir it up and let it soak.
- Give your mix a stir, make sure it's airtight, and put it in the refrigerator to let it soak overnight (7-8 hours). If you're in a rush, your overnight oats will also be ready in 4-5 hours.
While you're sleeping, the flavors fuse together, so all you have to do is eat it in the morning—no cooking required! You can also add almond butter and roasted coconut.
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