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The Easiest To-Go Breakfast


Remember that poll I took a while ago on Instagram asking if you wanted my top 3 overnight oats or top 3 chia seed pudding recipes? Well, it was a tie, so you get both! (and if you didn’t see this poll, you should definitely be following me @_nakednutrition_ *shameless plug*)


I used to be obsessed with overnight oats. When I say obsessed, I mean that’s the only thing I ate for breakfast everyday for months. I never got tired of it because there’s so many different combinations you can do. The base is super easy, then you can add in the flavours you want. It also kept be full for a few hours because of the balance of complex carbs, fats and protein. It was a favourite for so long because I could make 5 different ones at the beginning of the week, throw them in the fridge and just grab one every morning. I used mason jars so I could shake it up, but you could use any container you have.


Ready for my favourites?! Here they are;


Almond Butter & Jam

- ½ cup oats

- ¾ cup almond milk

- 1 tbsp almond butter

- 1 tbsp jam (chia jam works great)

- 1 tsp cinnamon

- 1 scoop collagen (optional)


Put the oats, almond milk, cinnamon and collagen (if using) into a jar and shake until everything is combined. Put in the fridge ideally overnight or for 4-5 hours. When ready to eat, top with almond butter and jam.


Chocolate Protein

- ½ cup oats

- ¾ cup almond milk

- 1 tsp cinnamon

- ½ tbsp maple syrup

- 1 scoop chocolate protein powder (I used Vega)

- 1 tbsp dark chocolate chips (optional)

- 1 scoop collagen (optional)


Put everything into a jar, shake and keep in the fridge overnight or for 4-5 hours.


Pumpkin Spice

- ½ cup oats

- ¾ cup almond milk

- 2 tbsp pumpkin puree

- 1 tbsp maple syrup

- 2 tsp pumpkin pie spice

- 1 tbsp chia seeds

- 1 scoop collagen (optional)


Put everything into a jar, shake and keep in the fridge overnight or for 4-5 hours.

You could up the oats to 1 cup if you want it extra filling (sometimes I do this if I know I’ll have a busy morning) and then increase the liquid to 1 cup as well. I didn’t just choose the pumpkin spice one because it’s almost fall (I’m so excited to wear hoodies again). It really is on of my favourites and it’s so good.


Other options can be adding in blueberries and almonds, apples and cinnamon, banana and walnut, peanut butter and chocolate chips or raisins (another favourite), really anything you want!


Look out for my top 3 chia seed pudding recipes! Coming soon to a blog near you! (ha)


-xo Samantha

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