It’s been a while since we last chatted. Since then, as you might have noticed, the blog has gone through a thorough renovation. I changed the layout completely and I really like the way it looks and vibes right now. It’s bright and the photos play the lead role, as they should, and its easier to navigate. I really hope you like it as well – let me know in the comments section below if you’ve got any comments regarding this!
Anyway, this renovation news was not the only reason for today’s post. It’s actually the secondary reason for today’s post, since the main star of today is this delicious-tasting gorgeous-looking blueberry overnight oats recipe.
I eat porridge almost every single day, 98% of the days. It’s been my go-to breakfast for years, and for a good reason. It’s unbelievably versatile and you can use porridge to create a perfect breakfast no matter what mood you’re in. My favorite combinations are good old fashioned cooked oats with banana, nut butter and cinnamon & this overnight oats recipe I’m about to introduce you to.
Blueberries and oats are a match made in heaven. I usually make my overnight oats using plant-based mylks, but this time I used only soy yogurt and the end result was deliciously thick and creamy. I also usually combine blueberries with cardamom and vanilla, and if you haven’t tried this yet, you MUST give it a go ASAP. It takes the whole porridge (and your morning) to a whole new level. Just give it a go. You’ll love it, I promise!
Blueberry Overnight Oats (vegan) for 1
- 1 dl oldfashioned oats/li>
- 2 dl plant-based yogurt (i.e soy or oat)
- 3 tbsp frozen blueberries
- (0,5 tsp cardamom)
- (pinch of real vanilla
- + your preferred toppings
Blend all the ingredients together and place them in an airtight container. The cardamom and vanilla are completely optional, but I feel like they really take this porridge to next level! Put the container in fridge and keep it there overnight.
Check the taste and consistency of the porridge next day. If it feels too thick, add a spoonful or two of yogurt.
Enjoy the porridge with for example fresh fruit, berries & nuts.1