You might have noticed that I’ve been posting a lot of easy brekkies for on-the-go lately. Well, that’s mainly due to the fact that uni life’s pretty busy and I’m always running from here to there and more often than not, I don’t break my fast at home. Luckily, there are a ton of yummy quick options such as these overnight oats.
Peanut butter, cacao and oats. Try to top that! I mean, choosing toppings for this one is actually very hard but also, I don’t think there is any better combination out there to start the day.
This brekkie will keep you full for a long time and sustain you throughout the morning because of the slow release of carbs. It’s full of goodness, healthiness and yummyness (yes, that’s a word from now on).
I know overnight oats are all the rage now and it’s probably not the most original idea to post a recipe for it but I promise, this recipe will change your life. It tastes like peanut butter cookies with cacao nibs, do I need to try and concince you any more to give this recipe a go? I thought so. Oh and the cacao nibs get a bit soft and chewy overnight, mmh!
This recipe is in colaboration with Creative Nature Superfoods. They make extremely yummy yet super healthy snacks and also sell superfoods such as chia seeds, cacao nibs, green powders etc. Make sure to check out their site and if you do so, use the discount code FAVE10 if you’d like to save a bit of money (who’s opposed to saving money, right?).
Hope you enjoy!
With all my love,
Peanut butter cookie overnight oats with cacao nibs - easy, quick and healthy on-the-go breakfast
- In a jar, stir together the banana, oats, peanut butter, plant milk, cinnamon, vanilla, cacao nibs, salt and sweetener if needed.
- Put the lid on the jar and place in the fridge overnight.
- In the morning, top with some fruit, nuts and seeds, granola, yogurt, … The options are endless! My fave for this one? Pears or oranges.
*I use my scraped vanilla beans from which I have already used the seeds. You can use the seeds themselves as well but I find the peel gives enough vanilla taste and it’s a good way to not waste the peel. If you don’t have vanilla pods, you can use vanilla essence.
If you do choose to use a vanilla bean, or the peel of one, make sure to get it out of your oats before eating. I forgot the first time and it’s not a pleasant experience to chew on a vanilla bean.
If you make this recipe, make sure to tag me on Insta! I’d love to see your creations.
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