I'm not sure what else to call this but it's delicious and healthy!
You'll be thrilled at how easy this is to make and even more excited when you see how many ingredients there are.
A simple recipe filled with the antioxidants found in oatmeal, raspberries and almonds.
1/2 cup PCOS30 Rolled Oats
1 tbs. Shape in Shake
1/2 Coconut Milk plus a little extra
1/2 cup Frozen Raspberries
1 tsp. PCOS30 Organic Chia seeds
1 tsp. Vanilla Extract
1 tbs. sliced Almonds
pinch of PCOS30 Cinnamon Powder
8 pcs of Frozen Blueberries
In a jar with a lid, combine the rolled oats, shape in shake, and chia seeds.
To the oat mixture, add the coconut milk and raspberries. Make sure the oats are completely immersed in coconut milk. If you need to add more liquid, go ahead and do so.
Put the cover on the container and place the overnight oats in the refrigerator for 5 hours or overnight.
Give the oats a couple of stirs the next morning and add the vanilla extract.
If the oats are too thick after adding the vanilla extract, add a couple of dashes of coconut milk. Repeat this process until you achieve the desired consistency.
Pour into a bowl or eat directly from the jar.
Finish with sliced almonds, sprinkled cinnamon and add extra raspberries and blueberries.
You can double or even triple the recipe to enjoy a quick breakfast all week long!
The oats and raspberries are a great way to replenish the lost carbs and the chia seeds add a nice bit of protein to the oats.
Have you tried this Raspberry Almond Overnight Oatmeal recipe yet?
If so, I’d love you to leave a comment below. We all learn from each other’s experiences.
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I can't wait to see it.
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