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60 SECOND OVERNIGHT BREAKFAST MUESLI

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I love this breakfast because I tend to avoid any extra higher level processing in the morning! Preparing a simple, healthy yet delicious breakfast in 60 seconds the night before, is something that starts my next morning off well! Also, chia seeds are amazingly nutritious, adding healthy fats, protein, iron, and fiber to your breakfast. They are a necessary part to this muesli because they break down and act as a thickening agent by absorbing the liquid; this is necessary for the texture of this overnight muesli to work. Note that the nutritional analysis does not reflect the optional morning toppings.

INGREDIENTS

  • About 1/3 cup of large flake (old fashioned) rolled oats
  • 2 tsp chia seeds
  • 1 cup skim milk (or nut, hemp, rice, soy milk)
  • 1 small ripe banana, mashed
  • Pinch of sea salt
  • Less than ½ tsp vanilla extract or cinnamon

In the morning top it with (optional):

Fresh berries
Coconut flakes
Chopped nuts
Dried fruit

DIRECTIONS

  1. Place the oats, chia seeds, milk, mashed banana, salt, vanilla or cinnamon in a medium bowl, stir to combine, place in fridge overnight. Do not cover.
  2. Wake up in the morning and give yourself a portion of the muesli. Top it with any of the above toppings (not reflected in the nutritional analysis) and EAT a healthy breakfast!
  3. Makes 4 servings (about 85g each, 1/3 cup)
  4. This will last in the fridge for 2-3 days (cover after the first night)
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About Carolyn Cohen

Carolyn Cohen, Natural Foods Chef, has owned and operated DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School for the last 15 years. DELICIOUSDISH Cooking School specializes in whole natural food HOME cooking, meal panning, and healthy eating. CAROLYN also owns DELICIOUSNUTRITION, a nutrition based culinary school specializing in holistic health and nutrition. Classes focus on clean-eating programs, superfoods and classes targeting specific health concerns and goals. Carolyn, is an Occupational Therapist by training who left her practice to pursue her passion - cooking. She started cooking at a very young age, and takes great pride in planning both simple, everyday meals and menus you can entertain with. Her informative and casual teaching style has inspired people to become great cooks and to enjoy being in the kitchen.

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