Overnight Oats: Ready Made Breakfast

Do you find yourself rushing in the morning?

Did you know that people that skip breakfast have been proven to have less healthy lifestyles and are more prone to weight gain?

Eating a balanced breakfast can be easy though, you can prepare this filling, nutritious treat the night before in just 2 minutes.

Prep: 2 minutes
Serves: 1

Ingredients:
30 grams Porridge Oats
Palm full of Nuts (we used hazelnuts)
Semi/Skimmed Milk
Ground Cinamon
Fist Full of Frozen Berry Mix
tea spoon of seeds (we like chia)

Instructions:

  1. Place the oats in a glass kilner jar
  2. add the nuts
  3. add a fist full of berries
  4. add a teaspoon of seeds of your choice
  5. add cinnamon (flavour to taste)
  6. cover to the top of the oats with milk
  7. seal the jar and shake
  8. leave in the fridge over night
  9. take out the following morning, 5-10 mins before you want to eat
  10. Enjoy & full full for longer

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2 thoughts on “Overnight Oats: Ready Made Breakfast

  1. Must the porridge be made in a glass jar or can it be put in a plastic container with lid of which I have quite a lot compared to 0 glass containers?
    ps I’m in your eat4health class in Lower early currently

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    1. hey Janette, sorry I’ve only just learnt about the comments feature on our site, we recently switched providers.

      Glass jars seem most popular, we use them for a couple of reasons:
      – they’re air tight & sturdy
      – they last forever & don’t affect the flavour
      – many plastics can degrade over time leaching into the contents (we eat it)

      I hope this helps ūüôā
      Tom

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