If you only have 5 minutes to spare, then this matcha overnight oats is going to be your favorite breakfast. So simple to make and delicious to eat!
Overstuffed! That’s how I probably describe my situation right now.
We had a girls day out yesterday, which happens quarterly, and yesterday was one of the craziest in terms of food. I mean look at this …
and this fed an army of 15 people! So to reduce my guilt, I made overnight oats for breakfast today. I love a good and healthy breakfast like this. There are 2 reasons why I made this recipe. First because it’s St. Patrick’s Day and second because Spring is here and I need more colors. So …
Matcha Overnight Oats! … with some pistachio crunch and toasted coconut flakes, because shouldn’t every oatmeal bowl be this damn good? The best part about overnight oats is you can add your favorite toppings.
My favorite part is adding caramelized banana with a touch of brown sugar, coconut oil, and real maple syrup. I’m going bananas just thinking about it. You can do your caramelization in the oven (kind of roasting) or in a saucepan to give you a nice glaze. The thing with caramelized bananas is that they will make your oats sweeter, so you need to adjust the amount of sugar you add. Otherwise they are going to be too sweet! When you add them though, they make your oatmeal look a whole lot more classy tasting. You are never going to want to eat a boring bowl of overnight oats again.
- ½ cup rolled oats
- ⅓ cup almond milk
- 1 tbs chia seeds
- 1 tsp matcha/green tea powder
- 3 tbs vanilla greek yogurt
- Optional toppings:
- Unsweetened coconut flakes
- Fresh fruit
- Slivered almonds
- Combine all of your ingredients, except toppings, in an 8oz jar. Stir well, close it tightly, and allow to thicken overnight in the fridge.
- Add your favorite toppings and enjoy.
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