Strawberries and Cream Overnight Oats
I’ve recently become a big fan of overnight oats, and thought I’d share one of my favorite recipes.
To make strawberries and cream overnight oats, you’ll need:
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· 40g of oats
· As much low fat natural yoghurt as you want
· A couple of good handfuls of strawberries
· Lighter squirty cream (about 12.5g)
To make strawberries and cream overnight oats, you should:
· Mix together your oats and yoghurt
· Chop up all of the strawberries into little chunks and mix half into the oaty mix
· Pop the rest into a cup and microwave for ten seconds, just to get the juices running, and then mash lightly with a fork
· Layer the jar like in the picture – half the jar with oats, then the layer of mushy strawberry, then the rest of the oats
· Put it in the fridge overnight
· In the morning, top with squirty cream and another strawberry
JANE GODMAN is a 2019 Romantic Novelists’ Award winner and 2018 Daphne du Maurier Award finalist. She writes thrillers for Harlequin Romantic Suspense/Mills and Boon Heroes and paranormal romance for Harlequin Nocturne/Mills and Boon Supernatural and St. Martin’s Press Romance. She also self publishes her historical and gothic stories.
Jane was born in Scotland and has lived in Germany, Wales, Malta, South Africa, and England. She still gets the urge to travel, although these days she tends to head for a Spanish beach, or a European city that is steeped in history.
When she isn’t reading or writing romance, Jane enjoys cooking, spending time with her family, and enjoying the antics of her dogs, Gravy and Vera.
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The oats look fantastic. Nice to learn about Jane and the book sounds good!ReplyDelete
This looks delicious.ReplyDelete
I like strawberries.
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Oh that does sound tasty and the strawberries will be fresh here before you know it :)ReplyDelete
I thought this was a good time to comment, since I've just been making a batch of overnight oats! Strawberries and cream is my favorite, but you can make them with anything. I've just used mango, pineapple and mashed banana. I'll spritz it with a bit of coconut water in the morning just to add an extra dash of flavor :)ReplyDelete
It looks delicious! I love oats and strawberries ))ReplyDelete
Thanks for the great recipe!
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strawberry is one of my favorite fruits....ReplyDelete
Your oats and strawberries look delicious...yummy
I love to mix up ways of making oatmeal. I had some this morning with caramelized bananas and know how I am going to have them tomorrow. Looks delicious and thank you so much for sharing another yummy recipe.ReplyDelete
Mmmm, that looks delicious!ReplyDelete
Strawberries, oats and yoghurt together for breakfast sounds great, especially now when the strawberries are appearing. Your novel looks rather interesting too, a good romance is always a relaxing read.ReplyDelete
Great Idea, i love it!ReplyDelete