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Easy Overnight Oats

Updated: Jun 26, 2023

Start Your Morning with a Healthy and Tasty Breakfast: Make Ahead and Customize! Looking for a nutritious and delicious breakfast option? Are you looking for a breakfast option that promotes healthy blood sugar levels? Look no further than this overnight oats recipe designed to support blood sugar regulation and also keeping you full! With this make-ahead recipe, you can prep your breakfast the night before and wake up to a satisfying meal waiting for you in the refrigerator. This versatile recipe serves as a blank canvas, allowing you to tailor it to your personal preferences and get creative in the kitchen!

To begin, gather the base ingredients and nutritional elements needed to create your perfect bowl. This recipe incorporates high-fiber oats and chia seeds, which help slow down digestion and prevent rapid spikes in blood sugar. Cinnamon is known for its potential to improve insulin sensitivity and aid in blood sugar control. Remember to exercise caution when adding nuts to your bowl; although they provide good fats, it's best to enjoy them in moderation.

Start your day off right with a nourishing and flavorful breakfast. Don't hesitate to experiment and discover your own unique combinations. Embrace the endless possibilities and enjoy a healthy start to your day!




Servings 1 Prep time 10 mins Refrigerate 3 hours to overnight


Ingredients

  • Gluten Free Rolled Oats -1/2 c

  • Unsweetened Almond/any nut or soy milk- 3/4th c

  • Walnuts pieces or any nuts of your choice - 2 tbsp

  • Unsweetened shredded Coconut-1 tbsp

  • Raisins -1 tbsp

  • Chia seeds-1 tbsp

  • Flaxmeal - 1 tbsp

  • Mejdool dates- 1 chopped

  • Cinnamon powder-1/2 tsp

  • Cardamom -a pinch

  • Optional-nuts and or seeds of your choice, seasonal fruits, nut butters.


Directions

1. In a bowl mix rolled oats, chia and spices. Add rest of the ingredients and top with almond milk and refrigerate at least 2 hours to overnight.

2. When ready to eat you can thin out with water or nut milk.


If you try this recipe, let us know! Leave a comment, and don’t forget to tag a photo #plantologyfuel on Instagram.

 

Berry Chia Jam-PB & J Superfood Breakfasts






Ingredients

  • · Gluten Free Rolled Oats -1/2 c

  • Unsweetened Almond/any nut milk- 3/4th c

  • 1 or 2 Mejdool Dates

  • Peanut or Almond Butter- 1 tbsp

  • Chia seeds-1 tbsp

  • Mejdool dates- 1 or 2 chopped

  • Vanila extract-1/4th tsp

  • Strawberries or any mixed berries chopped (fresh or frozen)- 1 c

  • Maple syrup-1 tbsp

  • Lemon juice-1/4th tsp

  • Optional-bananas, maple syrup


Directions

1. Prepare the Berry-Chia Jam -in a small sauce pan heat the berries, few tsps of water, maple syrup, ½ tbsp chia seeds and lemon juice. With back of a spoon crush the berries and let it cook for 5-6 mins unitl everything is thoroughly mixed and the berries are thick.

2. Add ½ of the jam to the bowl of oats and add rest of the ingredients mix well.

3. Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours to overnight.

4. When ready to eat you can thin it out with water.


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Saffron-Cardamom-Pistachio Overnight oats


I like to refer to this as a breakfast bowl "fit for royalty." This bowl has reminds of the flavor of Indian dessert Kheer/rice pudding. It's a spoonful of heaven and you can always enjoy it as a guilt-free dessert!


Ingredients

  • · Gluten Free Rolled Oats -1/2 c

  • Unsweetened Almond/any nut milk- 3/4th c

  • Pistachios chopped- 2 tbs

  • Raisins-1 tbsp

  • Chia seeds-1 tbsp

  • Mejdool dates- 1 or 2 chopped

  • Saffron- few threads

  • Cardamom -1/4th tsp

  • Optional -rose petals, chai masala or spice


Directions

1 Mix all the above ingredients in a bowl or a container, cover, refrigerate at least 2 hours to overnight.

2 When ready to eat you can thin it out with water.


If you try this recipe, let us know! Leave a comment, and don’t forget to tag a photo #plantologyfuel on Instagram.

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