National Breakfast Week: Rhubarb & Strawberry Overnight Oats

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This jar of goodness is the perfect breakfast for those of you who love to sleep till the very last second before hauling ass to work.  More often than not, this is me.  I'm a lazy morning person when I have a deadline. Maybe it's my inner childishness rebelling against me actually being on time for work, it's a bloody good job I work with my best friend.  Overnight oats is the solution to leaving home on an empty stomach because all of the heavy lifting is done the night before, in fact this recipe should be enough to keep you going for a few days.  Even better, right?!


If you can't be bothered to make the compote from scratch you could always use a good quality jam, or even Nutella if you're that way inclined.


Rhubarb and Strawberry Overnight Oats
For the Oats:
125ml Hazelnut Milk (or any milk you want, I just like hazelnut)
100g Rolled Oats
1tbsp Flax-seed
2tbsp dessicated coconut
1tsp Cinnamon
1/2tsp Ground Ginger
100ml Greek Yogurt
For the sauce:
250g fresh or frozen rhubarb
150g fresh or frozen strawberries
Splash of water
1/2tsp vanilla extract
2-4tbsp sugar - to taste
For the Oats:
Simply put everything into a large bowl and stir together.  Pop in the fridge over night or decant into jars (mixture is easily doubled or tripled) with the sauce for grab and go ease.
For the sauce:
Put everything in a sauce pan and bring to the boil.  Turn the heat down and simmer until you have a delicious thick, jammy sauce.  Around 30 minutes.  Leave to cool and use in you oats, spread it on toast or slap into some rice pudding. Yum!
(First posted to the Pet Lamb Girls blog)
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6 comments

  1. Haha I was just telling my friend at work that I've started eating my breakfast granola from a kilner jar - she thought I was nuts! I'll show her your picture and show her how fab breakfast in a jar can be :-) #NEbrilliantbloggers

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    1. I love them. Dying to try out kilner jars salads!!

      Katie xoxo

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  2. oh wow , this has literally made my mouth water, looks delightful , i think you may need to make me one

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    1. They really are great breakfasts, sets you up for a busy day :)

      Katie xoxo

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  3. This looks delicious - after feeling unmotivated to have my usual breakfast of half a banana I've been looking for more exciting recipes and this one looks perfect! Rhubarb is one of my favourite vegetables/fruits?!

    copperpink.com

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    1. I love rhubarb too, I'm craving a rhubarb crumble now ha!

      Katie xoxo

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Thank you for your comments :)

Katie xo

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