OATMEAL & CHIA

BREAKFAST

Oatmeal & Chia

These overnight chia oats are quite delicious, but my favourite part is that they ONLY take 2 minutes to prep! However, they have to refrigerate for 6-8 hours so the chia seeds can work their magic and really thicken this oatmeal up.

Since the hardest part is waiting patiently for this to happen (atleast it is for me), I recommend making your chia oatmeal right before bed. That way when you wake up breakfast is already made and you can start your day with little to no clean-up.

oatmeal chia banana breakfast
Oats lower cholesterol levels and stabilize blood sugar.
Chia is a great source of fiber and Omega-3.
Bananas have good levels of vitamin C, magnesium and manganese.
Enjoy your healthy chia breakfast with some fruit.

PREP TIME

TOTAL TIME

Ingredients

  • 50g Chia
  • 50g Oats
  • 250ml 0,1% Milk (or any other)
  • 50g Blueberries
  • 50g Banana
  • 20g Almonds & Cashew (optional)

If you make these oats, don’t forget to snap a pic and tag it #dhlifestyle. I will post the best photos each week on my Instagram and Facebook accounts. So you’d better get creative in the kitchen! ?

Dimitar Hristov

Lifestyle

chia seeds

01 Start with this

Mix oats and chia seeds with the milk and let it sit for at least 30min (I prefer to make them the night before so they can stay in the refrigerator overnight).

oats
blueberries

02 Then

Add the banana and blueberries and put almonds and cashew as a topping. If it’s not sweet enough you can add in honey or agave syrup.

03 Enjoy

Your healthy breakfast bowl is now ready. I still have one quick tip though: you can add a protein powder to your bowl for even better taste and nutritional content.

oatmeal breakfast

Nutrition Facts

694 Calories

%

30g Protein

  • Vitamin C 15%
  • Calcium 8%

%

67g Carbohydrates

  • 23g Fiber 13%
  • 11g Sugar 6%

%

30g Fats

  • 3g Saturated 1%
  • 6g Monounsaturated 4%

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