Overnight Oats

Open to unlimited variations and needing genuinely small effort, this velvety over night oats dish is the perfect make-ahead breakfast for those brief on time (or energy) in the early morning. Make sure to utilize old-fashioned rolled oats as steel-cut oats will not soften enough, while immediate or fast oats will just break down in the milky void. A batch can hold for 4 days in the fridge, suggesting you’re set for the majority of the week if you meal preparation on Sunday night.This base dish is as simple as it gets (simply oats, yogurt for protein, and dairy-free milk). It consists of 2 optional add-ins (flaxseed and wheat bran). Both components increase the fiber to keep you feeling complete longer. Chia seeds would work well too.Garnishes are what keep the oats intriguing, so alter them up frequently. For something mouthwatering, leave out the sweetener and leading your bowl with miso-braised kale and a jammy egg or ghee-toasted seeds and cashews. Mixes like banana, maple syrup, and tahini and coconut, dates, almonds, and honey provide a sweet and a little earthy start to the day. And if all you have time for is a handful of blueberries and a scoop of your preferred nut butter, that works too. Trying to find healthier breakfast concepts? This method.Editor’s note: This dish was initially released January 24,2017Ingredients4 portionsOver night Oats:1cup old-fashioned oats1/2.cup plain whole-milk Greek yogurt.2.tablespoons ground flaxseeds (optional).2.tablespoons wheat bran (optional).1 1/4.cups non-dairy milk (such as cashew milk, almond milk, soy milk, oat milk, or coconut milk), plus more.Pinch of kosher salt.1– 2.tablespoons light agave syrup (optional).Toppings:. Read More