Tiramisu Overnight oats is a fantastic twist to regular Overnight oats jar/bowl. Cold coffee flavored oats, covered with yogurt and dusted with cocoa powder make a delicious breakfast recipe known as Tiramisu Overnight Oats. The cold and creamy coffee-flavored rolled oats are a true indulgence, but the combination of cocoa powder, oats, yogurt, and vanilla is what truly makes this a great recipe to kick-start your day.
This week, I have made this recipe more often than my beloved Parathas.
Since I can’t get over how much I like these oats, I had to share this recipe with you. Even if you don’t want to consume any caffeine, you can still make this recipe. Scroll down for tips on how to make this caffeine-free without missing that delicious coffee flavor tiramisu is known for.
It’s the combination, texture, and cold temperature that make this tiramisu overnight oats recipe such as success.
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- 1cup oats
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- 2 tbsp cocoa powder
- 2 tsp honey (Diabetic can use stevia)
- 3/4 cup almond milk
- 1 expresso coffee shot
- 2 drops of vanilla extract
For Yogurt dressing
- 1 cup thick yogurt
- One tbsp honey (Diabetic can use stevia)
- 1 tbsp cocoa powder
- Use a jar or bowl or Glass to prepare the oats (depending on how much you make). If you double the recipe, use a bowl.
- Add the rolled oats, Chia seeds, vanilla extract, honey/stevia, almond milk, cocoa powder and espresso to a medium bowl and stir to combine. Cover the bowl and place it in the fridge to soak overnight.
- The next day, give the oats another stir and mix yogurt (blended, without lumps) and honey/stevia in it.
- Start layering the Jar/glass with the soaked oat mixture.
- Dust the top layer with a generous layer of cocoa powder.
Why this delicacy ?
- This breakfast recipe is convenient since you can make it the night before in literally minutes.
- Coffee + porridge is pure bliss if you crave coffee in the morning and have no time to make your breakfast.
- Breakfast tasting like tiramisu: do I need to say more?
- While this breakfast recipe sounds more like a dessert, it is a pretty nutritious breakfast made with wholesome ingredients.
- Whether you are a tiramisu lover, a coffee lover, or an oat porridge lover, you will love this recipe. And if you are all three, you are in for a treat!
- You can still make this recipe even if you don’t like to consume caffeine
- You can use either rolled oats or steel cut oats.
- Espresso is preferred because it’s strong and gives a deep flavor, but you can also make this caffeine-free.
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