Are you ready to take your morning oatmeal bowl to the next level? This overnight porridge contains all the benefits of minimally processed oatmeal to give you a really nutritious breakfast.
to prepare oatmeal incredibly easy: All you have to do is soak them in hot water the night before and then boil them for 15 minutes the next day. We cooked them with plant-based almond milk for extra creaminess and a handful of redcurrants for a pink finish.
Great that healthy porridge with a dollop of soy yogurt, a sprinkling of walnuts and pumpkin seeds for added protein and fiber. And to satisfy your sweet tooth, drizzle it all over with maple syrup and get ready to dig! You’ll love the chewyness of cooked grits and the bittersweet taste of red currants.
Oat groats along with steel oats are the least processed form of oats and therefore the healthiest. They contain all parts of the whole grain, namely the intact germ, endosperm and bran – only the inedible husks are removed. Your body has to work harder to break them down and absorb their nutrients, which means they a low glycemic index as instant oats.
While cooking raw oatmeal can take up to 30 minutes, we’ve found that soaking it in boiling water overnight almost cuts the cooking time in half. This is great news for those who have busy mornings!
A soothing bowl of this porridge makes a balanced breakfast in no time 300 caloriesand it covers over 30% RDI of fibers, 25% RDI of proteinsAnd 12% RDI of carbohydrates. Enjoy!