Healthy living Overnight delight

All the best chefs know that preparation is the key to a great tasting meal - so why not prepare your breakfast the night before?

Time on your side

Imagine this – you are lying in bed in the morning and the alarm goes off, you smile because you’re in no hurry, so you dress calmly and make your way to the kitchen where you retrieve your delicious breakfast from the fridge – this isn’t a dream, it’s the marvellous reality of overnight oats!

Classic overnight oats recipes

By making your breakfast the night before, you can spend a bit more time on choosing the ingredients. But before you start, you may want to discover our 22 simple and delicious overnight oats recipes here. Or those of you with a naughty streak, we would like to suggest our chocolate coconut overnight oats recipe.

Spice is nice

You don’t have to travel far to add a touch of the exotic to your overnight oats – just open your spice cupboard. Here you’ll probably find cinnamon, ginger or even that tried and tested classic vanilla. While you’re dabbling in the exotic, you might also want to try something tropical like our aptly named Tropical overnight Oats made with kiwi fruit and pineapple.

Chocolate is better

Some people are simply unable to resist the pull of the cocoa bean. And since we are not going to stand in the way of you and your favourite food, we have a special Chocolate Strawberry Overnight Oats recipe. It combines strawberries and chocolate shavings with cocoa powder, so you get a double hit of the bean, just what you need to start your day!

Daily intake of 3g of beta-glucan from oats. Oats beta-glucan has been shown to lower/ reduce blood cholesterol. High cholesterol is a risk factor in the development of coronary heart disease.