Overnight oats have recently become my breakfast of choice as they taste amazing and are really easy to make, so it saves rushing around in the mornings. They’re also very filling!
Last week I posted my recipe for peanut butter overnight oats, and today I’m sharing with you my cinnamon overnight oats recipe, which (if I do say so myself) is absolutely delicious!
Just like the peanut butter overnight oats, this recipe also has an awesome balance of carbs, good fats, protein and fibre!
45g gluten-free rolled oats
10g chia seeds
35g Pip and Nut honey cinnamon cashew butter
120ml coconut milk (or you can use almond milk, or any other milk you like)
Sprinkle of cinnamon
NB: You can substitute Pip and Nut honey cinnamon cashew butter for plain cashew butter (and some honey, if you want it)
Take a lidded jar and mix the milk, chia seeds, cashew butter and cinnamon in it
Then add the oats and stir well so all ingredients are mixed in and all oats are covered in the liquid mixture
Seal the jar and place in the fridge overnight
Then in the morning, just take the jar out of the fridge and add some fruit and/or nuts – if you don’t have time it can obviously be eaten plain
In the photo below, I added some blueberries, strawberries and Punch Foods superseeds – cinnamon spice, which makes this bowl of goodness have even more of a delicious cinnamon kick. Perfect!
Kcals – 454
Carbs – 40g
Fat – 25g
Protein – 16g
Fibre – 9g
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