Use filmjölk for a protein packed, probiotic-filled take on overnight oats. Adding almonds and berries adds fiber and deliciousness
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What happens when you make something so often that you forget you never shared the recipe?
You feel really bad, and that's how I feel for not posting this last year. I completely forgot I never shared the recipe, so I am sharing it today. Woohoo!
It is so easy to make. It's one of my favorite summer breakfasts. Packed with protein, fiber, and straight up deliciousness. In all honesty, I will likely eat it almost every morning for the next 3 months.
You make it the night before, so when you wake up breakfast is ready to go! You can also put it in a container and take it with you on the road. And you can make multiple ahead of time, so you've got breakfast all week.
This is one of those meals that I get excited about when I wake up and feel sad about when it's over.
I use siggi's filmjölk, which is a drinkable yogurt. Funny name, delicious stuff!
I love siggi's! I love how their products have more protein than sugar. So many yogurts turn into sugar disasters but not siggi's.
FYI: I am a siggi's ambassador but have been loving siggi's since way before! I was not compensated for this post, but I have been compensated for other siggi's posts like Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars, Coconut Protein Pancakes, Salmon with Mango Yogurt Sauce, and Spice Roasted Carrots.
I use the plain siggi's filmjölk, but you could use the vanilla or blueberry flavors. Just skip the added sugar since there is some in the flavored versions.
If you can't find the siggi's filmjölk, you can use siggi's yogurt and some milk or water. Either will do; milk or yogurt will give it more protein & flavor as opposed to water.
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Feel free to change up your berries as well.
I love blueberries and strawberries this time of year, but only strawberries is delightful. Raspberries would also be lovely.
You can even use frozen berries.
Just add them in when you mix everything in the evening, so they are thawed in the morning.
Almond Berry Overnight Oats
- ⅓ cup old fashioned oats
- ⅔ cup plain filmjölk
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- ⅛ teaspoon almond extract
- 1 teaspoon maple syrup
- ½ teaspoon lemon zest
- 1 cup berries divided
- 2 tablespoon almonds chopped
- Stir together oats, filmjölk, chia seeds, almond extract, maple syrup, lemon zest, and ⅔ cup berries. Cover and refrigerate overnight or at least 4 hours.
- When ready to serve, stir in remaining ⅓ cup berries and chopped almonds. Enjoy!
*If you don't have filmjölk, use ⅓ cup yogurt + ⅓ cup milk (or water)
*Almond extract is optional. You can omit it or use vanilla extract in its place.
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rachel @ athletic avocado says
I totally need to try that Siggi's yogurt! Perfect use for it in these oats 🙂
You do! It's delish and made for overnight oats (and smoothies too!)
Tara | Treble in the Kitchen says
I love the creamy texture of overnight oats. Looks like a breakfast winner to me!
Definitely!! Yay for overnight oats 🙂