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Ingredients 1/2 cup old fashioned oats 1/2 cup Oikos Vanilla Greek Yogurt 1 Tbsp Chia Seeds 2/3 cup Silk Almond Coconut Blend 1 kiwi, peeled and diced 1/4 cup fresh diced pineapple. Instructions Add oats, almond milk, yogurt, mashed banana, 1/4 cup pineapple, 1/4 cup mango, chia seeds and vanilla into a bowl. Stir Take the container out of the fridge the next morning and stir the mixture. You’ll notice that the oats and chia seeds. Tropical Overnight Oats 1/2 Cup (s) Quaker ® Oats 1/2 Cup (s) Low-fat milk 1/2 Large Kiwi, peeled & diced 1/2 Cup (s) Pineapple, diced 1/4 Cup (s) low-fat yogurt 2 Teaspoon (s) Chia seeds.

4 cups rolled oats, gluten free. 1/2 cup chia seeds. 1/4 cup maple syrup.

1 cup Greek Yogurt, coconut yogurt for vegans. 4-5 cups almond or coconut milk. 1 cup. Directions Step 1 Combine oats, coconut milk, pineapple, mango and chia seeds in a small bowl or jar.

Cover and refrigerate Step 2 Top with coconut before serving. Tropical Overnight Oats – 21 Day Fix 21 Day Fix Overnight Oats with fun, customizable toppings for healthy breakfasts all week long. If you don’t like Chia seeds, swap out unsweetened coconut.

If you don’t like or don’t have kiwi, feel free to use pineapple, banana slices, thawed frozen mango chunks or mandarin oranges in water, drained. Soak the oats in 150ml water with a pinch of salt, then cover and chill in the fridge overnight. The next day spoon half the oats into a bowl. Layer with the coconut yogurt, sliced kiwis, the pulp of the passion fruit and the rest of the oats, then top with the toasted.

Making overnight oats is a no-cook method for making oatmeal. You make them by combining rolled oats with liquid and other ingredients, and letting it rest in the fridge overnight (hence the name!). In the morning, you can eat it cold like a pudding, or you can heat it up if you prefer.

Ingredients 1/3 cup plain Greek yogurt 1/2 cup (heaping) rolled oats 2/3 cup unsweetened Almond Breeze Original Almondmilk, see notes 1 tablespoon chia. DIRECTIONS Whisk together the yogurt, coconut milk and banana to a pint jar with a screw top lid until well combined. Stir in the oats, cover and refrigerate overnight.

Top with mango, pineapple and toasted coconut before serving.

List of related literature:

Sometimes in winter, I’ve boiled soaked whole oats at night, then left them warming on a trivet atop the damped-down woodstove.

“The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from around the World” by Sandor Ellix Katz, Michael Pollan
from The Art of Fermentation: An In-Depth Exploration of Essential Concepts and Processes from around the World
by Sandor Ellix Katz, Michael Pollan
Chelsea Green Publishing, 2012

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

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

“Alchemy of Herbs: Transform Everyday Ingredients into Foods and Remedies That Heal” by Rosalee de la Forêt
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Oats have a lower summer heat requirement and greater tolerance of rain than wheat, rye, secale and barley.

“Edible Medicinal And Non-Medicinal Plants: Volume 5, Fruits” by T. K. Lim
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by T. K. Lim
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An early start is crucial to good yields as oats will go dormant during the summer heat.

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by Nicolae Sfetcu
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If you prefer a sweeter oatmeal, slice 2 or 3 pitted dates, soak them with the oat mixture, and cook all together or just add more honey.

“Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen” by Zoe Nathan, Laurel Almerinda, Josh Loeb, Matt Armendariz
from Huckleberry: Stories, Secrets, and Recipes From Our Kitchen
by Zoe Nathan, Laurel Almerinda, et. al.
Chronicle Books LLC, 2014

Although we set out to create an overnight version of these oats so they’d be ready to serve up the next morning, we found that the oats were mushy and blown out after the long cooking time.

“Slow Cooker Revolution: One Test Kitchen. 30 Slow Cookers. 200 Amazing Recipes.” by America's Test Kitchen
from Slow Cooker Revolution: One Test Kitchen. 30 Slow Cookers. 200 Amazing Recipes.
by America’s Test Kitchen
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A midseason variety, which requires a long period to flower and develop seed, would produce an unsatisfactory yield when grown in the short-season conditions of the southernmost spring-seeded area, where oats may be ripened by heat or drought by mid-June.

“Breeding Field Crops” by John M. Poehlman
from Breeding Field Crops
by John M. Poehlman
Springer Netherlands, 2013

The next morning, drain the water using a strainer, rinse the oats and seeds with plenty of filtered water and place them in a bowl.

“The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life” by Karen Fischer
from The Eczema Diet: Eczema-safe food to stop the itch and prevent eczema for life
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  • Brilliant! I love the tropical fruit �� (I’m still trying to finish the overnight chocolate bircher (Jamie Oliver) which is too sweet for me for breakfast. I am eating it for dessert. He seems so excited by this recipe so I tried it. I won’t be making it again. https://youtu.be/ngNs73KzFY8)

  • What is the baking for? The nuts and fruit don’t need it, and if you soak oats overnight they are 3/4 ready to eat. All you need is to heat it up for a couple of minutes in the morning, unless you like cold oatmeal…

  • I personally don’t like oatmeal but it’s really healthy but when I watch it the video i was in the living room next i found my self in the kitchen ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • I had the hummingbird flavor earlier this week and tried the mocha almond fudge this morning. I had to make a few substitutions because of what I had on hand. But both were delicious! I plan on trying the vanilla chai next. Thanks for your delicious recipes!

  • I was just going back to watch her first ‘What I Eat in a Day’ video. In the video she was explaining how to make overnight oats. WHILE I was watching that, she posted this video! Haha! So funny! Love you, Alyssia! Thanks for all the bonus videos!! ❤��

  • Omg I just found your twin except she has dark hair.:D She is a photographer and her channel’s called ‘The Bite Shot’. Maybe you’re interested in having a look. Hope you don’t think I’m crazy, but her accent, her gesture, her face… She reminds me so much of you.

  • Dear Alyssia, my favorite overnight oats are oats w/ chiaseeds, some coconutmilk, shredded coconut and fresh blueberries! Or more naughty w/ some melted dark chocolate stirred in my oats/chia mix and heated for a minute in the microwave (it’s my sundaymorning treat:D)

  • I was literally JUST wondering where you were and remembered it wasn’t an upload day… but then MAGIC! ✨✨✨

    Love the recipe! I’ve been making banana nut oats for breakfast!

  • Great idea!! I happen to have some leftover Vanilla and I never thought to use it for this!!  Thanks! <3  #Muncher #MindOverMunchRules

  • Id love to see some more salads and soups in a jar! I like how portable meals can be in a jar. We use some reusable plastic cups with lids instead of mason jars though because i always worry about dropping heavy glass jars ����

  • Looks awesome. Hey, do you know of any good allergen-free protein powder? I have a tree-nuts allergy and have been looking for a meal replacement powder for Breakfast smoothies.

  • I don’t understand the whole drinking out of jam jars thing in the US. I’m sure Wal-Mary sells the same drinking glasses that we get over here. Lol.

  • Congratulations on the 4th anniversary of this channel, with many more to come!
    Could you please show some savoury overnight oatmeal recipes too

  • Just a little thing to keep in mind with chocolate:
    Don’t get them wet if you’re going to store it and actually do an overnight oatmeal.
    They melt and turn pretty nasty.
    Either add them in the morning before eating/leaving the house or just use cocoa nibs! They aren’t as sweet of course, but they stay cruncy like chopped nuts and if you like barely sweetened chocolate, they are wonderful.

  • Looks awesome! I like to do my overnight oats with (well obviously) oats, soy yogurt and chocolate riceproteinpowder, topped with berries, banana and pb <3

  • Happy birthday. You cannot help it-you never stop playing with words. I actually wait for them. And of course “this ingredient… for good measure”. Seriously now, keep it up.

  • I always make my oatmeal on the stove with milk for the flavor and protein, but I may try substituting a shake for the additional protein. Can’t stand bananas (Satan’s fruit!:)), but this brand has a strawberries and cream flavor that would probably be great for the upcoming strawberry season. Thanks for the idea!

  • I bought pb n chocolate protein powder i also have some vanilla protin powder i need recipes to use them up in overnight oatmeal n drinks help plz.
    Hi from El Paso,Tx

  • I’ve tried some of these and although flavors are great…they look nothing like these staged beauties. You have to either cram the toppings in to so the lid can close making it super hard to eat, or you need to use a larger mason jar which requires a super long spoon.

  • I love premier chocolate shakes. I’ll have to try the banana cream flavor. btw, do you warm overnight oats in microwave or, eat cold?

  • Omg you read my mind! I have a big pack of these from Costco, and don’t like the flavor when drinking them plain, and was looking for a way to use them in a yummy nutritious recipe. Thank you

  • To keep the bananas from turning brown, simply toss the cut fruit with the fresh pineapple in its juice before adding to the oatmeal. There is enough vitamin C in it to prevent the brown discoloration of the bananas.: > )

  • I made this in the week and it’s amazing, layered up in a container for work, a mouthful of everything yum and I was full until 2pm!!

  • I am from a small town in Germany. Everyone eats meat here and they see me like a freak or something, and they look awful comparing to me. Thank god that i have the possibility to get my inspiration from bosh and some other youtubers

  • Having the Mocha Almond Fudge Overnight Oatmeal right now, soooo delicious. I got tired of overnight oatmeal of the sweet kind but this is really wonderful.

  • I love how you turned a sponsored video into a bonus recipe. I think it’s a really classy way to handle a common/necessary scenario for blog content providers. You’re among the very best of youtube! PS love your ebook <3

  • OAT -my-God! These look amazing!�� it must be jam cus oatmeal don’t shake like that�� can’t wait to CHAI the spicy one. A little birdie told me the hummingbird one is better than the NEST, though.��

  • Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They’re a gluten-free whole grain and a great source of important vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. Studies show that oats and oatmeal have many health benefits. These include weight loss, lower blood sugar levels and a reduced risk of heart disease. To know about healthy recipes, you can DM us @missbellydietexpert FB Page or download the app https://land.ly/medicalwale

  • Great idea! I love the tropical flavors. I think I might stick to unsweetened soy milk/yogurt though. Is it possible to DIY protein powders or drinks? It is hard to find decent store-bought ones being vegan. Thanks!

  • You introduced me to overnight oats, now I’m addicted. I have got up at 2 in the morning thinking if I put it into the fridge now it’ll be ready by 6 am������

  • How many milliliters are in one of those shakes? They aren’t sold here and I wanna add my own banana protein powder. How much milk should I add to replace the shake?

  • I have to try this one!! My favorite overnight oats flavor is carrot cake:)) Well, that’s what they call it. It tastes almost as good though.

  • Yay more ideas! Hey Sara Lynn I’ve found in my grocery store Oatmilk, next to the cashew and soy milk. I find it so convenient as it’s in the same taste range and i try to cut my dairies a bit. Just sharing:) <3

  • Please consider making a recipes (breakfast, lunch and dinner), dairy free and oil free and low sure (something work for pregnancy)

  • I don’t know why, but I thought Chai was Tea flavoured. Could you use Coconut Milk in the first recipe? I always think Tropical is Pineapple & Coconut don’t know why lol.

  • I’m so confused with overnight oats, are you supposed to eat them cold? The idea of cold oatmeal makes me want to vomit, so I’ve been afraid to try it.

  • Oh that sounds SO yummy! Not for me because I’m guessing sucralose in that shake plus my allergy to banana. But gosh, I bet that is soooo luscious. Good to see you again! I went through all the episodes of in your files except for the seasonal ones I’m saving for the seasons as the year progresses. I have continued to eat fairly cleanly. I say fairly because just this past weekend, triggered by a drive past my and my husband’s old apartment, I plunged into an intense grief overload. I did some emotional eating. Nothing junky, all healthful (except all that chocolate!) just more food than usual and driven by the need to soothe, not the need to fuel. But anyway, yes, most days are just healthful, clean eating. I got that from you and I remain so grateful. I’ll see you again sometime today as it’s Thursday. Munching onward!

  • Yummy. We’ll try it! We usually just sub in Ripple milk when your recipes have dairy and they turn out great (like the shamrock pancakes). ��

  • This came right on time. I’ve been craving a tropical overnight oat and I have a few of these ingredients. I will certainly be making this soon! My fave so far is chocolate, coconut, and strawberry. Oats, unsweetened chocolate almond milk, fresh strawberries (with the stem chopped up), chia seeds, and coconut flakes. I stack everything together without any additional sweetener and that’s it! Cold or warm it’s great!!!!

  • I had never eat oatmeal in my life before seeing you, now I love it! Thanks from Italy I like so much yours recipes:-) exscuse me for my not perfect english…..

  • Wow, so refreshing breakfast idea ^_^,, thank you Tatyana for the recipe. I have request.. could you show me how to make puff pastry sheet?:) thanks before

  • Hi I’m new at this channel today omg I love ur channel lol I just watched one of ur video wow amazing videos ����❤️ I’m Mexican ������ ima try to do some ������ I love cias seeds I put some on my home lemonde I made my own lemonde everyday

  • Do you guys make your own coconut yogurt? The ones I buy are runny. I would love a thick plant based yogurt like the one you show in this video.

  • Alyssia I tried this oats once and I loved them and I didn’t know how to make it I really want to make it now. But I don’t have a protein sake. How can I replace it in the recipe by protein powders? Thank you soooo much!

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  • Hi, sweet adorable Alyssia. Those tropical oats look absolutely yummy. What do you love about brussel sprouts? Have a good day, sweet adorable Alyssia. ������

  • Hi friends! Here’s a bonus episode sharing these Tropical Overnight Oats! What’s your favorite way to enjoy overnight oats? Any favorite ingredients?