a.k.a. the perfect, like really perfect breakfast. So tasty and flavourful. Nourishing and comforting. When you like bananas and you like porridge – these banana bread overnight oats are a must try!
When you´re making overnight oats, don´t be shy to actually add some sweetener. I used to do it without sweetener in the past and it always tasted like vomit. I am still not much of a fan of cold oats. But thank god someone invented the microwave. I love to heat it up just a little before eating it.
Especially these banana bread overnight oats taste delightful when you´re warming them up a little.
I always add fruits like apple and banana the next day, as I think this way it´s way more flavourful. Just mash up a bit of a banana the next morning and stir it under, to make the overnight oats banana bread overnight oats. in case you don´t like banana, you could try it without the banana at all. You might need some more sweetener than! In my opinion protein powders taste very weird, either over-sweetened or sandy. So, instead I am using Skyr (but greek yoghurt works just fine as well). My taste buds are happy, my digestive system is happy. I am happy.
In case you´re looking for more porridge-variations, you might want to look into these recipes as well:
quick comforting apple pie pudding oats, dreamy berries and cream pudding oats recipe, super simple porridge recipe
So, without further due – let´s put on some relaxing music and prepare your overnight oats.
the banana bread overnight oats
comforting banana bread overnight oatsCourse: breakfast, recipesDifficulty: Easy
- Overnight oats
1/2 cup oats (or more)
1/2 cup milk (I used oats milk) plus a dash more
1 tbsp ground flaxseeds
1/4 tsp chai spice, speculoos spice or cinnamon
pinch of salt
1 tbsp peanut butter
1 tsp honey or maple syrup
- add next day
2 tbsp greek yogurt or skyr
1/4 mashed big banana
more banana, granola, powdered peanut butter and a speculoos biscuit
- combine the ingredients listed under “overnight oats” in a jar and close the lid. Put it in the fridge over night to let it soak
- the next day, add the greek yoghurt or skyr and the mashed banana
- I recommend microwaving it for 60 seconds, as I am not a fan of cold oats 🙂
- add your favourite toppings and violá perfect breakfast. Like: Seriously perfect.
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