This simple overnight oats dish with chia seeds is naturally sweetened with peaches, but any chopped fresh or frozen fruit would work well.
Chia seeds thicken the mixture as it sits and provide a good source of fiber and omega-3 fats. Store these oats in individual airtight containers (such as a mason jar) for a quick breakfast on the move.
Chia seeds boost the nutrition in overnight oats. They're high in gut-friendly fiber and omega-3 fatty acids, which assist to reduce inflammation and may protect you from chronic disease.
Why Do You Put Chia Seeds in Overnight Oats?
Oats are whole grains, and eating whole grains makes you feel fuller for longer because of their fiber content.
Are Overnight Oats Good for Weight Loss?
Oats are naturally gluten-free, although there may be some cross-contamination with gluten-containing grains depending on how the oats were produced and processed.
Is This Recipe Gluten-Free?
Yes, you can use different milk. If you're using plant-based milk, we recommend unsweetened, plain plant-based milk. Using a different milk, or one with flavorings and sugars
I'm Allergic to Nuts, Can I Use a Different Kind of Milk?
Yes, you can use dairy-free yogurt. Feel free to use your favorite brand of plant-based yogurt or create your own! Just keep in mind that altering components
Can I Make This Recipe Dairy-Free?
Try other spices, such as ground ginger, cardamom, and nutmeg. Instead of peaches, try diced mangos, apricots, or plums. If you don't want to use pecans, substitute chopped walnuts, cashews, or almonds.
What Are Some Other Flavor Combinations I Can Try?
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