Overnight Oats Recipe

Hey guys! So for the past few months I’ve been on a new healthy eating and weight loss regime so I thought I would share my journey with you. I will still be doing travel posts but I will also be doing recipes and weight loss updates etc.

So as my first fitness and healthy eating related post I thought I would share one of my favourite breakfasts with you all. For each recipe I post I will let you know whether it is vegetarian or vegan for those of you who want to know that. I am also lactose intolerant so feel free to replace anything I use that is lactose free with an alternative. So lets get into it.

Mixed Fruit Overnight OatsVegetarian & Vegan (if using milk replacement such as Soya Milk) 

You will need:

  • A container with a lid / or a bowl with clingfilm over the top
  • 35g Rolled Oats
  • 1tbsp Milk ( I use Arla Lactose free Skimmed)
  • 2tbsp Alrpo Simply Plain soya based yogurt / or any low fat yogurt
  • A handful of fresh or frozen fruit of your choice ( I use Tesco’s frozen breakfast fruit topper)

How to make it:

To make these overnight oats is super simple. Firstly add your oats to your container or bowl. Then add the milk allowing it to soak the oats (add more if you would prefer it to be runnier). Then you should add the yogurt before topping with the fruit. Once you have done this put the lid on your container or put clingfilm over the bowl and leave in the fridge overnight. In the morning simply mix and enjoy.

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