overnight oats with chia Seeds


Make breakfast a breeze with a grab-and-go recipe for Healthy Overnight Oats with Chia and your choice of toppings.

Instead of cooking oatmeal and milk, it is refrigerated overnight to become soft and creamy.  The key is to refrigerate the overnight oats for at least 4-5 hours.

After the overnight oats have been chilled, top them with fresh fruits, nuts, coconut, almond butter, or peanut butter anything your heart desires.

All you have to remember is the ratio 1:1. That’s one part old fashioned oats to one part liquid (i.e. milk, yoghurt, juice, etc.). Stir in a tablespoon of nutrient-rich chia seeds then pop your breakfast into the fridge.

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INGREDIENTS

1 cup Quaker old fashioned oats

1 cup milk (dairy or non-dairy variety)

1 tablespoon organic chia seeds
 
2 teaspoons organic honey/maple syrup 
 
Fresh fruit, for serving(optional)
 
method
 
Combine the old fashioned oats, milk, chia seeds and dry fruits of your choice in a Mason jar or small bowl. Stir to combine and cover with a lid or plastic wrap. Refrigerate overnight.
When ready to enjoy, stir the oats, top with fresh fruit and serve.

Note:-Old-fashioned  oats are the best choice for overnight oats. They soak up the liquid overnight, leaving you with a creamy (but not mushy) texture.

Chia seeds also provide a good amount of fibre, omega-3’s, and protein. but do consult your health provider before using it.

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