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Vanilla & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Optimise your oats by adding 1 tsp of Maca powder- it will give you that extra energy boost in the morning!

Method

In a bowl, combine the oats, milk and protein powder and mix well until fully combined. Stir through nut butter of choice, cover and pop this into the fridge overnight.

When you’re ready to serve, spoon into your favourite bowl and top with all your preferred toppings.

Optimise your oats by adding 1 tsp of Maca powder - this malty flavoured adaptogen will give that extra energy boost and sharpen cognitive function to get you through your morning!

Ingredients

1 cup / 90g GF Jumbo Oats


1 cup / 250ml Oat or Almond Milk, unsweetened


1 heaped tsp Peanut Butter or Nut Butter of choice


1 scoop Vanilla Plant-based Protein powder (or use a natural flavour and add 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract)


Toppings -


I suggest freshly sliced banana, fresh berries, coconut yoghurt, some peanut butter and a dollop of my spiced berry jam for a PB&J effect!


Serves: Serves 1


Dietaries: GF, Vegan

Method

In a bowl, combine the oats, milk and protein powder and mix well until fully combined. Stir through nut butter of choice, cover and pop this into the fridge overnight.

When you’re ready to serve, spoon into your favourite bowl and top with all your preferred toppings.

Optimise your oats by adding 1 tsp of Maca powder - this malty flavoured adaptogen will give that extra energy boost and sharpen cognitive function to get you through your morning!

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