If you aren't familiar with the sensation that is overnight oatmeal then I am here to tell you all about it.
So what exactly is overnight oats? Basically it is oatmeal paired with your choice of mix-ins and soaked in milk for a few hours, ideally overnight.
The reason why it is such a hit is that it is extremely customizable, you can make it as healthy or as unhealthy as you want and saves you a lot of time during the morning rush.
Here's a recipe for the basic overnight oatmeal, once you get the hang of it, start experimenting with different flavors and toppings. If you need ideas, below is a list with 11 different types you can try.
P.S. You don't have to make the oats in a jar, you can use any deep container/bowl with a lid.
1. Strawberry Shortcake
Turn a classic dessert into a healthy breakfast! The mix of greek yogurt, fresh berries and jam will make you forget that there is no shortcake in it and this is coming from a cake lover.
2. Banana Blueberry
Sweet and tart come together beautifully in this energy-boosting breakfast. It'll keep you feeling full while you power through your morning routine.
3. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie
Cookie dough for breakfast? You bet! The first layer of eggless and gluten-free peanut butter chocolate chip cookie dough upgrades this overnight oatmeal to a whole new level.
4. Tropical Overnight Oats
Brighten up your mornings with this tropical blend of Almond coconut milk, kiwi and pineapple.
5. Chocolate & Banana
Who says chocolate isn't part of healthy diet? The recipe calls for unsweetened cocoa, bananas, chia seeds and maple syrup so you can start your day with a protein packed, chocolatey meal, guilt-free!
6. Flat Belly Oats
This breakfast-in-a-jar is not only tasty and easy to prepare, it also works wonders for your figure. This fiber and complex carb laden overnight oat will speed up your metabolism and help you achieve your weight loss goals.
Continue onto the next page for more mouth-watering flavors including cake batter.