Overnight oats: secret to boosting your weight loss abilities (and avoid the morning rush)


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Oatmeal is probably the ideal breakfast – it’s nutritious and easy to prepare, and will keep your energy levels up during the day. However, many people don’t know what type of oats to pick as there are too many to choose from – in general, you should pick the least processed type which are usually rolled oats. Rolled oats are not processed like instant oats and contain just the right amount of nutrients your body needs.

The less processed the oats are, the more nutrients they will contain. Rolled oats are considered the best medium – they will boost your energy levels in the morning and provide the nutrients your body requires. We already mentioned that oats are easily prepared, but preparing them before going to bed will simplify the process further. This will give you more time to prepare for work in the morning and you can also have your breakfast on the go. Here are 3 delicious overnight oats recipes:

Blueberry and Walnuts Overnight Oats

½ a cup of frozen blueberries
½ a cup of rolled oats
½ a cup of coconut milk
A tablespoon of crushed walnuts
A tablespoon of maple syrup
A teaspoon of chia seeds


Mix all the ingredients in a jar and coat the oats in liquid well, then close the jar and keep it in the fridge. Add a bit of coconut milk in the mixture in the morning and enjoy your breakfast.

Banana and Nut Butter Overnight Oats

½ a banana
½ a cup of rolled oats
½ a cup of almond milk
2 tablespoons of nut butter
A tablespoon of nuts

Pour the milk in a glass jar and stir in the nut butter, then add the oats, banana slices and stir everything well. Close the jar and leave it in the fridge overnight, then add the almond milk in the morning and enjoy your meal.

Almond, coconut and raspberries overnight oats

½ a tablespoon of sliced almonds
A teaspoon of shredded coconut
½ a cup of rolled oats
½ a cup of coconut milk
½ a cup of raspberries
A teaspoon of honey
1/8 teaspoon of powdered cinnamon
1/8 teaspoon of almond extract

Mix the oats, cinnamon, raspberries, almond milk and honey in a jar, then close it and leave it in the fridge overnight. Add the almonds and raspberries when you’re ready to serve the breakfast. This oatmeal breakfast can be prepared for 2-3 days ahead.