Overnight Oats bowl

Overnight Oats bowl

We generally don’t have a lot of time to prepare breakfast in the morning and we keep on rushing and completing our morning tasks. In this hustle and bustle, we tend to forget about the most important meal of the day, that is breakfast. To make your breakfast simple and quick, we have an amazing breakfast recipe. Overnight oats bowl do not require a lot of preparation and yet they taste superb. 

Oats along with milk makes a perfect combination of not only healthy but also yummy and wholesome meals. Overnight oats along with a side of fruits and your favorite seeds such as chia seeds, flaxseeds or pumpkin seeds or any other seeds that you prefer, makes an amazing breakfast. Furthermore it takes really less effort to prepare this meal. 

We all know that milk is rich in proteins and calcium. Approximately, 1 glass of milk, i.e 250 ml, provides you 8 gms of protein. And on the other hand we have oats, which are rich in fibre. Do you know that studies suggest that oats may aid in improving insulin resistance, and coronary heart disease? Well, oats are full of benefits and the best news is that they are very easy to incorporate into your diet.

This recipe has many variations. You can add or replace ingredients according to your choice and taste. Even if you want you can use almond milk or coconut milk or oat-milk or even cow or buffalo milk. You can add fruits of your choice or as per the availability. We usually prefer to have these overnight oats with stevia or erythritol. You can skip the sugar if you like to make it more diabetic friendly. You can even add nuts of your choice, such as almonds, walnuts or cashew nuts.

Let’s get started with the recipe:

Ingredients to make Overnight Oats bowl

Rolled oats: ½ cup

Milk: ½ cup

Stevia or erythritol: ½ tsp

Chia seeds: 1 tablespoon

Fruit of choice: 1 cup (In this recipe: banana 1/2 , berries ¼ cup, pomegranate ¼ cup)

Also try out this amazing recipe of frozen smoothie bowl!

Method of preparation

  • Firstly, in a jar, take rolled oats, and combine it with ½ cup of milk. Add stevia or erythritol. Refrigerate overnight.
  • In the morning, transfer the oats into a bowl and add a few tablespoons of milk if needed to improve consistency. 
  • Now, add the toppings, such as chia seeds, and fruits.

And finally, your easy to make overnight oats bowl is ready!

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