Breakfast,

Overnight Oats with Banana Dates and Nuts

September 09, 2016 Motions and Emotions 10 Comments

These days overnight oats is a famous breakfast option. Oats is rich in fibre and everyone should include into their diet. When I was pregnant I first tried oats porridge, frankly speaking I did not like the taste of it. However, I finished more than half of the pack thinking it is good for health but later I had to stop it because due to hormonal changes I could not have a single spoon and crave for spicy foods. The remaining pack of oats I did not thow away I used it as facepack which was very useful. Later I bought oats and prepared some cookies which were very very tasty. Here is the recipe of Oats Digestive Cookies.



This time I started liking oats as there was no hormonal influence on my tastebuds. This time I was determined to try overnight oats but I was bit afraid remembering the taste of oats porridge. However, I was totally wrong! Overnight oats tastes far better than porridge (according to me). May be the addition of toppings gave a better taste to the oats.

Overnight oats with banana dates and nuts is a healthy breakfast. Overnight oats can make your mornings hassle free by cutting down the cooking time.

Overnight Oats with Banana Dates and Nuts

Ingredients

Rolled Oats - 1 cup
Milk - 11/2 cup (or enough milk to submerge the oats)
Banana - 1
Dates - 5 to 6, chopped
Almond - 5 to 6, chopped
Honey - 1 tablespoon


Procedure

1. Take oats in a glass jar and add enough milk to submerge the oats.
2. Now cover the jar with a lid and keep it inside the fridge for overnight.
3. Next day morning take out the jar from fridge and open the lid to add chopped banana, dates and almond.
4. Finally add honey to add some sweetness. You can adjust amount sweetness added to it.


10 comments:

  1. This is such a wonderful idea. We have oats only once in a while but I'd love to try this one. Saves so much time too!!

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  2. Yay! I love Overnight oats Amrita. Same pinch

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  3. ive been seeing about this for sometime but ur method looks far more better I will try :)

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  4. Super healthy and delicious recipe...!!

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  5. The overnight concept worked so well. Why not? Make and tuck in the morning. Double hail to healthiness.

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