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Step 1 Add the oats to a saucepan, cover with water, then place over a medium heat. Step 2 Stir and cook oats for 2-3 minutes or until desired consistency is reached. Step 1 Add the oats to a saucepan, cover with water, then place over a medium heat. Step 2 Stir and cook oats for 2-3 minutes or until desired consistency is reached. Vanilla orange zest overnight oats with broccoli powder These vanilla zesty green oats are super delicious and incredibly healthy.

Think about it as if you’re eating spoonfuls of superfoods and each spoonful of oats is a vessel of healthy bites. In a bowl combin. Place all ingredients in a container except chopped pecans and orange zest. Stir until well combined.

Seal with a lid and place in the fridge overnight (or at least a couple hours). Bring out of the fridge in the morning and stir. Pour rolled oats into an 8 oz. mason jar or another re-sealable container, and set it aside. In a small bowl mix together the orange juice, milk, honey, vanilla and cinnamon. Pour the juice mixture over the oats and stir to combine.

Close the mason jar and place it in the refrigerator for at lease 5 hours. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. and line a couple of baking sheets with parchment paper. Cream together the butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Add the egg, vanilla and orange zest, mixing until smooth.

Whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a small bowl. Place the sunflower and pumpkin seeds in a medium bowl and add water to soak. 2. In a large bowl, mix the Florida Orange Juice, oats and vanilla. 3.

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In a bowl or container, mix together the rolled oats, yogurt, milk, orange zest, lemon zest, vanilla extract and honey (if using). Stir in the halved grapes. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap (or put the lid on the container) and leave in the fridge overnight. In the morning, stir the oats well.

If the oats. Meal preppers unite with Vanilla Overnight Oats! This sweet and simple overnight oats recipe combines healthy oats with the sweet hint of vanilla for a perfect grab and go breakfast! 7 Days of Overnight Oats is here to get us all ready to get back into the swing of things as we approach September!

Routines come back around and meal prepping comes into play to help us with the back to school.

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Do not use quick oats; they have a dusty texture that doesn’t work in this recipe.

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  • filipinos have something similar to this. we call it champorado. only 4 ingredients: unsweetened cocoa, brown sugar, glutinous rice and water. just boil and mix everything. put it in a bowl then add some milk to put it to the next level ��

  • have a feeling i will not enjoy it hot, i will however try this as an overnight oat with almondmilk instead of coconut water ( but loved the coconut water idea):)

  • I just crumble up some buiscuits and then add some golden syrup. I then put it in the fridge AND BAM, U GOT URSELF CRUMBLE TOPPING!

  • I glad I know you are better because your voice sounds like it hurts to talk…..I guess you get worse before you get better. But thank you for continuing to put out videos even though your voice was raspy.

  • Seen many ways to make this, although your the first ive seem to bake it prior to use. Im liking and favoring the look for yours though. One question, can it be re baked and used in breads, or will the brown sugar break down?

  • Tami, try drinking a hot drink of the juice of a lemon, a teaspoon of honey and water. It has natural antibiotic properties and it will soothe your vocal cords.

  • Ok, after making and loving your blueberry cobbler oatmeal, I have this orange dream oatmeal in the pot right now (17 more minutes until natural release starts). I tasted my oranges, they were sweet, got as much of the pith off (that would be bitter), and anxiously waiting. Curious though, why is the blueberry oatmeal cooked for 20 minutes, and this one for 25? And one more thing….thank you for firing up my imagination….I’m going to try a peanut butter and banana oatmeal, or chocolate peanut butter oatmeal (using the defatted peanut flour you use). Unless of course, you want to beat me to it, and post your videos��.

  • I love adding aggava, whole almonds (sometimes roasted if I have time) with a sprinkle of delicates coconut and raspberry, ripe blueberrys and strawberry. Sometimes if I do it without milk. I add plain yogurt with a squeeze of lime and slices of avocado. Really delicious

  • I just tried to male chocolate pride using my own recioe. Tasted good but the past were undercooked. I like really creamy oatmeal, but I’m having trouble getting the right consistency.

  • I usually have my porridge with frozen rasberries (they get soft thanks to the warm porridge) then add some peanut butter and top it off with chopped roasted nuts for some crunchiness. Yummm

  • Big fan of this recipe and this book, which I just got for Christmas! One question. when Jamie refers to Greek yogurt is he talking plain or flavored (ie vanilla)?

  • Very appericated that instead of talking but you just demonstrating the whe process. Its kinda annoying me that some recipe videos talk the whole time.

  • Here’s what you need:

    1½ cups sugar
    (250g)
    3⅔ cups flour
    (400g)
    ⅔ cup oats
    (100g)
    2 tsp vanilla sugar
    (9g)
    0,5 lemon (zest)

    0,5 orange (zest)

    1½ cups butter (250g)

  • This is great, I love it! I love it so much I made a double helping by mistake (misread the amount of dates so had to double up in the end). Now that I’ve got so much that even Oliver would stop asking for more, I’m at a bit of a loss, can I pack the dry mixture into portion sized bags and pop ’em in the freezer for longer storing perhaps?

  • My favorite cranberry sauce is a cranberry orange mix. Thank you for thinking to put it in an oatmeal!! I can enjoy it for more than a turkey dinner!

  • You can get pretty much the same effect by adding hot chocolate powder. You can get a flavoured one and it’s low calories. Just make up normal porridge and add a couple tablespoons of the powder.

  • Now this is going to be perfect for a crisp Autumn morning:D I love to top my porridge with maple syrup and a handful of crushed nuts. In the Summer and Autumn, the toppings rotate according to the season:) Sooo excited to add caramelised apples to the mix soon!