This easy overnight oats recipe is the perfect recipe for a delicious, super-healthy breakfast. With this recipe and my ideas on how to finish it, you will have the ideal breakfast every morning.
how to prepare easy overnight oats?
Oats can be prepared raw or cooked. Either way, they’re super tasty and make the perfect breakfast. In my house, we have them both ways. This recipe for overnight oats is nourishing and delicious and best of all you can take it on the go.
It is excellent because you prepare it at night, and in the morning, you have a breakfast full of “superfoods.” I serve this healthy breakfast in individual portions and finish it with fruit, apple, strawberries, banana, mango, anything. All the toppings depend on the season we are at; if it is berry season, I go with berries. If it is winter, I go with diced apples and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
But this fruit combination of diced bananas, strawberries, and blueberries is one that I love the most with my oats. And if I feel it lacks flavor or the berries are not sweet enough, I add a little maple syrup to sweeten it or sprinkle some ground cinnamon.
The main idea of this recipe is to have a super healthy breakfast ready to serve or to go. This mix of oats and seeds is one meal that you can take on your way out every morning.
What type of oats is the best for this recipe?
Generally, in the supermarket, you will find two types of oats: instant oats and rolled oats.
The difference between one and the other is that the instant oats are cut into small pieces so that it cooks faster; rolled oats take longer to cook.
The texture of cooked instant oats and rolled oats is different; the instant oatmeal is more like porridge, it is soft. The rolled oats are more full-bodied and firmer in texture. It also takes longer to cook.
Rolled oats are best for this overnight oats recipe.
Rolled oats have more fiber and are perfect to use in other recipes such as:
Good things about overnight oats
- Some store-bought cereals are superly processed and full of sugar. If we make our seed-oat mix at home we control the sugar and gain tons of nutrients.
- We can adapt to what we have in the pantry or fridge.
- We can use whole grain oats and make sure they are gluten-free if we need to.
- This recipe lasts a week in the fridge, so you prepare it once and eat a good healthy breakfast all week long.
This recipe has oats, chia, and flaxseeds, all superfoods for our body. These foods superfoods have tons of powers, they help us control our cholesterol, great with our digestive system, with our heart, and many more benefits.
✎TIP Use recycled jars. When you run out of a sauce or a jam or anything that comes in small jars, save them. Wash them throughly and remove the label with hot water and a bit of soap. These jars are perfect for taking this ideal breakfast anywhere.
So here is the recipe for these
easy overnight oats
and I hope it works for you, and if you have any questions or suggestions, I would love to hear them. Write them in the comments section, and if you can, rate this recipe with five stars. Please share the recipe and blog on Instagram, Fb, or save it for later on Pinterest.
Easy overnight oats recipe
- Mix the oatmeal, chia, and flaxseed with the cinnamon in a bowl.
- Pour the milk and mix very well.
- Divide the mixture into 4 jars, fill about 3/4 of the jar.
- Put it in the fridge for at least 3 hours overnight.
- The next morning add the fruit and adjust the flavor.
Nutritional information of this recipe is only an estimate, the accuracy for any recipe on this site is not guaranteed.