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I LOVE oatmeal and I eat it every morning. It can be a little time consuming to make so when I have to be out the door early, I make overnight oats. I have wanted to try these forever and FINALLY went for it. Overnight oats FTW! A new favorite.
This recipe is best made in a jar or any container with a well sealed lid.
Combine oats, milk, yogurt, cinnamon, chia, vanilla and sweetener in a jar. Close the lid and shake until combined. When mixed, stir in banana. Put into fridge and leave overnight. By the morning, the oats and chia will have absorbed most of the liquid and you will be left with an effortless and delicious breakfast. Add topping and enjoy!
I like to top my overnight oats with all natural peanut butter and strawberries (PB&J overnight oats).
Makes 1 serving.
Calories: 324 Protein: 21g Fat: 7g Carbohydrates: 48g (9g fiber, 15g sugar)
Yet another edition of remixed, this time, featuring French toast. We all love it. It’s like having dessert for breakfast. Here is a super healthy alternative that tastes just as good, if not better!
French Toast: In a shallow dish, mix together egg white, flaxseed, cinnamon and vanilla. Soak your bread on each side until all the liquid is absorbed. Cook on a pan, sprayed with non-stick cooking spray over medium heat, flipping until each side is fully cooked.
Compote: In a small microwavable dish, combine blueberries, pinch of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg and stevia. Microwave in 30 second intervals, mixing in between until blueberries are soft, and the liquid is a syrupy texture.
Top cooked French toast with Greek yogurt, then pour on the compote. Sprinkle with more stevia and cinnamon for flavor.
Calories: 168 Protein: 15g Fat: <2g Carbohydrates: 24g (<5g sugars, 3.5g fiber)