We all know that eating a breakfast is important to our health– from aiding in weight loss to helping kids stay energized through school. Yet most of us skip it. I try to eat a balanced breakfast but still find it hard sometimes to make a nutritious meal in the short amount of time I have in the morning. I also get bored with the limited gluten and dairy free breakfast options.
I love overnight oats because they are so simple to prepare and you can change the flavor profile easily with different mix-ins so you’ll never get bored.
If you have kids, turn them into an experiment after dinner. They’ll be so excited to test them in the morning and you’ll be happy to get them a filling breakfast.
Basic Overnight Oats
Serving size: 1-2
- 1 cup of Bob’s Red Mill Gluten Free Rolled Oats
- 1 ¼ -1 ½ cups of Coconut Milk (use 1 ½ if you like your oats milkier)
- 2 Tbsp Agave Syrup
- 1 tsp Salt
Place oats and coconut milk into a container. Stir, cover and place in refrigerator. Let sit overnight.
Next morning, warm the oats in the microwave for 2 ½ to 3 minutes. Add in mix-ins.
Follow the basic overnight oats recipe. Mix in peanut butter and berries for a protein and fiber packed breakfast.
Cinnamon Blueberry Oats
Follow the basic overnight oats recipe. Sprinkle cinnamon and a few blueberries on top. For an extra treat crumble a blueberry muffin into the oats.
- Fruit – berries, apples, bananas
- Jams or jellies
- Trail mix
- Nuts and seeds
- Mike’s Hot Honey
- Maple syrup
About Lindsay Spencer
Writer. Foodie. Gluten, dairy and soy free. Growing up in Atlanta, southern food will forever be in my heart. While I might not be able to enjoy certain foods anymore, I have learned to expand my palate with new amazing foods. Follow me on Celiac Eats as I share my journey of finding the joy and togetherness of food.