Time to break your fast!
Serves: 1 human
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: none 🙂
Delicious scale: 98.6
Here is a quick, easy, and oh so delicious option to break your fast and keep you energized for whatever adventures lay ahead. This is one of my favorite breakfast recipes and gives a perfect balanced ratio of carbs, fats and proteins. Using greek yogurt not only adds protein but gives the oats a creamy, tangy taste that is delicious when paired with a sweet peach. I recommend non fat greek yogurt as it is higher in protein and allows for other fats (i.e nuts) to be added for crunch and taste. I’m nuts about nuts! I also prefer non dairy milk substitutes to regular milk, but this recipe is easy to add substitutes for any nutritional preferences.
Peaches N Cream is made with raw quick 1 minuet oats, though regular oats are delicious as well. *Regular raw oats do require a bit more soaking time so be sure to plan for extra prep time.
*ProTip: this same recipe can be prepped as over night oats
1/2 cup quick oats
1/2 cup unsweetened nondairy milk (I use unsweetened vanilla almond milk)
1/2 cup non fat greek yogurt
1 ripe peach
2 TBS roasted, chopped walnuts
Toppings: drizzle of honey and sprinkle of cinnamon
*ProTip: don’t like peaches or walnuts? swap them for your favorite fruit and roasted nut
Pour oats and nondairy milk into bowl. Stir together until oats get evenly coated in milk. Set bowl in fridge to stand for 5 mins. Cut up peach to bite size and set aside. This is a perfect time to get ready for your daily adventures, make coffee, go for a walk, do some yoga, mediate, or perhaps just wait 5…
*If using regular oats plan for 15-20 mins milk soak time
Ready to eat? Top oats with peaches, yogurt, and walnuts. Optional: drizzle honey and sprinkle cinnamon to enjoy 🙂
This recipe is perfect for overnight oats. Simply add: oats, milk, peaches and yogurt in tupperware to store over night in fridge. Before eating add nuts and toppings.
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*These measurements are estimates and and will vary depending on ingredient and serving sizes used.