Porridge has got super trendy during lockdown with everyone giving the humble dish a stylish twist.
First, breakfast lovers were baking their oats in the oven, now they are chilling them in the fridge.
Containing two of you ‘five a day’, the creamy delight is full of fibre, low in fat and will keep those hunger pangs at bay until lunch.
Plus, it can easily be made gluten-free and vegan friendly with a slight adjustment. Perfect for people looking to eat a bit healthier this year, you simply make it the night before and tuck in when you wake up the next morning.
As well as a delicious, comforting breakfast, it can also be enjoyed as a yummy dessert too.
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Apple pie overnight oats recipe (serves 1)
*Quick *Easy *Healthy *Low fat *Low sugar *Meal prep * Child-friendly *Breakfast *Dessert *Cheap
- 50g any porridge oats.
- 6 tbsp boiling water.
- 2 tbsp any low-fat plain or vanilla yoghurt.
- 1 grated apple or 2 tbsp apple puree.
- 1 tbsp sultanas.
- Pinch of cinnamon.
- In a bowl pour the oats and hot water in it and stir so it thickens.
- Once thickened, stir in the yoghurt, apple, sultana and cinnamon.
- Pour it into a jar or container, pop a lid on it and leave in the fridge overnight.
- Eat it as it is or sprinkle over some brown sugar, drizzle over some milk and add some sliced apple.
Make it vegan or gluten-free
Gluten-free – use gluten-free porridge oats.
Vegan – use a dairy-free yoghurt such as soya, almond or coconut.
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