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Banana Bread Overnight Oats

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How To Make Banana Bread Overnight Oats | Healthy Overnight Oatmeal Recipe

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Use a potato masher or a fork to mash the bananas until smooth. Add oats, cinnamon, salt, vanilla, half of the chopped walnuts, maple syrup and milk to the bananas. Combine thoroughly and refrigerate overnight. To serve, divide the oats into four serving dishes, such as mason jars or glass containers with lids.

Stir together milk, honey, brown sugar, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg and salt; stir in oats. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Step 2 Mash two bananas and stir into oatmeal.

These banana bread overnight oats are the perfect meal prep breakfast or “desk breakfast” – something you can easily enjoy for breakfast at your desk once you get to work. This overnight oats recipe can be made gluten free (using certified gluten free oats) and vegan friendly as. Ingredients: 2 cup(s) uncooked steel cut oats. 7½ cup(s) low-fat milk. 4 large, ripe, mashed well bananas.

1 Tbsp, or more to taste ground cinnamon. 3 Tbsp unpacked light brown sugar. Use a potato masher or a fork to mash the bananas until smooth. Add oats, cinnamon, salt, vanilla, half of the chopped walnuts, maple syrup and milk to the bananas. Combine thoroughly and refrigerate overnight.

To serve, divide the oats into four serving dishe. Overnight Oats are as simple as they sound: you mix all the ingredients for your oatmeal, place it in a jar, and let the fridge do the rest of the work for you overnight. The oats soak up the liquid, the flavours meld together, and breakfast (basically) makes itself!Directions Mash half of the banana in a jar, container, or bowl. Next, add the oats, yogurt, milk, chia seeds, cinnamon and stir to combine.

Ingredients. 1/2 mashed ripe banana. 1/2 cup rolled oats regular or gluten free. 1/2 cup milk of choice. 2 T chopped pecans or walnuts.

1 tsp vanilla extract. 1/2 tsp cinnamon. Dash of sea salt. 1 T ground flax (optional) 2 tsp 100% pure maple syrup. Get all the flavors of homemade banana bread in a bowl.

It’s a wonderful treat to make sure that you start your day off right. You can put it all together the night before to have. Mash 1 banana with a fork in a large bowl.

Add the oats, yogurt, chia seeds, milk, and cinnamon.

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Spread the oat mixture over two large baking sheets in an even layer.

“The Doctor's Diet Cookbook: Tasty Meals for a Lifetime of Vibrant Health and Weight Loss Maintenance” by Travis Stork, Leda Scheintaub
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To make overnight oats, simply place about ½ cup rolled oats and other desired ingredients—about ½ to ¾ cup skim or almond milk; chopped fruit; spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla extract; and other mix-ins, including 1 to 2 teaspoons of chia seeds—in a mason jar or other container you can seal and refrigerate.

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Barley flakes and rolled oats are easy to toast in the oven until fragrant, then mix with a sweetener, toast again and use as a crust

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For example, whole oats can be soaked overnight, then cooked in the morning.

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In a small bowl, combine a single-serve container of nonfat (0%) vanilla Greek yogurt with 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 1/2 cup sliced banana, and 2 tablespoons each rolled oats and unsalted raw or dry-roasted walnuts, chopped.

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OATMEAL BREAD—Cook one cup of rolled oats in water for serving at breakfast, and one cup of molasses, one and onehalf cups of lukewarm water in which is dissolved one yeast cake and one teaspoon of salt.

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Overnight oats are probably the quickest and easiest breakfast you can make.

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Soaking the mixture overnight makes the oats and nuts more easily digestible and allows the rose hips to rehydrate.

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Oat flour contains a natural ANTIOXIDANT that increases the stability of oat flour in storage.

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Quick oats are not recommended for bread recipes; they are too thin and delicate to hold their own.

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  • Thank you for your delicious recipe. I’ve a question. How different between using ground oats and rolled oats. Why do you use both kind of oats instead of using only one type.

  • This is perfect, when I eat this for breakfast It really does last me all day I end up eating a very light lunch and dinner with lots of energy left so to me it’s totally worth it.

  • Hello! Thank you for the great channel!
    I already tried this one and other recipe. It was perfect!
    I’m just wondering if I would put the banana bread to the muffin pan, and do like the muffins is it will be okey?:) thank you! ����

  • I wanna try this but before I do I don’t want to waste any oats.. can anyone tell me how the texture of the oats are after 8 hours in the fridge? I usually go for creamy and super broken down if that makes sense

  • Never start a recipe video with 20 seconds introducing what you’re about to tell us and sell us on your video. That’s what the title is for. It’s extremely off-putting.

  • My family loved it soooooooo much �� i even removed honey and it still tastes delicious and yummy…. I also replaced butter with coconut oil
    But this second time I’ll do it exactly as yours ☺️��

  • Thanks for sharing Katie!! Never thought of topping my oats with bananas and nuts!! Will definitely need to try this��Will definitely tag you on Instagram when I make this!!��

  • I tried the recipe (with flax egg instead of egg and coconut oil instead of butter) and absolutely loved it. ��
    And it’s so quick and easy to make!
    Thank you! I have come to love this channel.

  • Just made this today in muffin form and it was so delicious! Moist in the middle and I added a load of chocolate pieces and some walnuts �� I love that it is made with oats and honey it was perfect! Thanks a bunch! ��☺️

  • Can this be made without eggs? Or is there a substitute that I can use? It looks super delicious and I would love to try making it.

  • I made this recipe with a slight alteration. I used a quarter cup of brown sugar instead of honey and a quarter cup of milk in place of Greek yoghurt. I also increased the cinnamon to one teaspoon. All I can say is wow! Turned out so nice. Really moist inside with a lovely crust. Thanks for sharing this recipe. I will keep making it.

  • Today made this banana cake and that’s the best bananas cake I had ever made and eaten in years!! And some more guilt free! I never thought oats would make such a delicious cake! I would never use ordinarily flour again. You are genius and u can see i m your big fan from now on! ����������

  • I’m 2 for 2 with the recipes on this channel. My modifications…
    0.5 cup of applesauce because I was running low on bananas, 1.5 tsp cinnamon, and I baked in a buttered loaf pan instead of parchment. The bread is dense, moist, and lightly sweetened. It’s especially tasty with thin slices of cheese…gouda or havarti if you’re fancy.

  • Great video like always, make a video about these strange ingredients us bros don’t know much about these stuff, like make a video how they effect the flavor.

  • Congratulations for this amazing recipe! Can I make this into a muffin tin? Will they lift? Trying this in a few hours, please respond! Thank you. ��

  • Could I use bananas or mango or any any other fruits for the jam. Most berries I cannot find where I live. They are no local, hence quite expensive.

  • Thank you so much for the recipe. I am planning to make it, but I was wondering What is the size of the baking pan you have used? Is it 9* 5?

  • Hello I was wondering if I used Quick oats instead of old fashioned why it didn’t work it wouldn’t cook all the way! Can you tell me if I messed up with that?

  • Hey. I have noticed that you almost always bake your cakes and breads at 350 degrees, why? My Owen only reaches to 280 degrees ����
    Like anyways ����

  • Good day! I made your carrot cake recipe and loved it. So I decided to try your banana bread recipe… wow. Tastes delicious!!! It is the best healthy banana bread I’ve had (I’ve been trying so many). Thank you so much for your recipes. I cannot wait to try your cheesecake and chocolate cake recipe next.

  • I made this couple times. I use Apple sauce instead of oil and I added shredded of carrots and chocolate chips it’s really good and very moist. Thank you for sharing your delicious recipe

  • Thankyou for sharing this recipe!
    I want to try this but I have no greek yogurt at the moment. Can I make this without the yogurt or do I have to substitute it with something else?

  • I made this recipe twice already and it is soo good!! I made a couple of adjustment like using less honey and oil, using chia seed mixture instead of the eggs and since I don’t have greek yoghurt, I made a buttermilk mixture with soymilk and lemon juice. After all of this adjustment, it still taste amazing!!! Thanks for sharing.

  • Recently I was looking for a quick and healthy reward cake and came across this oats and banana mug cake amazing recipe https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fcx88XOd-o. I’ll give this one a try too for my next reward snack.

  • Hey guys! Obviously this isn’t the most most macro-friendly overnight oats recipe, but it is filled with tons of healthy fats so I think it’s worth the extra macros. So, if you’re looking to add some healthy sources of fats into your diet give this a shot:D

  • Thanks for this wonderful recipe! I managed to bake a very nice banana cake using my air fryer with your recipe! And it came out even better than the previous ones I baked using flour!

    For people who are curious, I bake at 150 degree Celsius for 45 mins using air fryer (with a lid on to prevent the top part from getting burned)

  • Thank you.I’ve tried it today. It tastes very good. But my children didn’t like the texture of rolled oats in it. Could i replace it by the same amount of ground oats next time?

  • every time i make banana bread with almond flour and flax egg, it always comes out uncooked in the middle but well done on the top so im forced to take it out of the oven. anyone have any suggestions? should i use a real eggs instead?

  • Mmmm I can’t wait to try this! My go to oats are basically PB & J but this sounds great, and I have bananas to use up! Great recipe babe ��

  • Hi! This has been the best oats banana bread recipe I’ve tried so far… �� it’s just delicious! I love it! So… do you have a recipe to make oats banana muffins or something similar? I would appreciate your answer, have a nice day �� greetings from Mexico.