With lots of berries
This oatmeal breakfast is perfect as a post-workout breakfast or lunch after an intensive workout and super easy to take with you in a glass jar or container to your gym for example. Full of good carbohydrates to replenish your glycogen reserves, proteins for a good recovery of your muscles and antioxidants to prevent free-radical formation in your body.
You can cook your oatmeal, but an overnight oats saves you a lot of time, you can easily prep and is also super tasty!
You have many different types of plantbased milk (you can also find more and more in the “regular” supermarkets, YAY). Some contain more proteins than the other. Always check the ingredients on the back of the package. Instead, opt for an unsweetened variety (you can always make your dish sweeter yourself by adding a date or some fruit). We always make sure that the milk is as pure as possible, so without too many additives.
In the Rock Your Body book we have many more power dishes that fit perfectly if you have an active and sporty life.
- 100 g (gluten-free) oat or buckwheat flakes
- 2 tbsp chia seeds
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 200 ml of water
- 200 ml oats, almond, hemp or other plantbased milk
- 40 g fresh dates, seeded
- 200 g wild blueberries (frozen)
- 2 tbsp grated coconut
1. Divide the oat flakes, chia seeds and cinnamon over the two pots. Add the liquid and stir well. Set aside for a while and then stir again so that the chia seeds do not form lumps.
2. Cut the dates into small pieces and stir them into the oatmeal. You can place the blueberries and coconut on top or stir through it.
3. Put in the fridge and the next day your overnight oats will be ready. You can certainly keep these pots in the fridge for at least a week, so let the prep begin!