We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day but some days, just getting out of bed and dressed for work is a feat worth celebrating. What do you do those mornings that you just don’t feel like making breakfast? Imagine if you could just reach in the fridge and grab a hearty heaping of delicious oats! That’s the magic of these Keto Overnight Oats. Mix a few yummy ingredients together and let the refrigerator do all the heavy work.
If you aren’t currently following a keto diet, you may be wondering what it’s all about! A keto, or ketogenic, diet is a strict low-carb high-fat way of eating with a protein restriction. A keto diet can help with a number of health goals, including weight loss or increased mental or physical performance. These delicious Keto Overnight Oats allow Oatmeal lovers to get all the yummy nutrition, without those dreaded carbs.
Did we mention once you have the base of the oats down, you can dress them up to your heart’s desire! Yummy toppings including healthy fats like coconut butter and avocados, plus seeds, nuts and pops of flavor take these oats to new levels. Mix and match your favorite toppings to keep things fun, interesting and of course keep your taste buds yearning for more. Find more easy meal prep recipes like this from Meal Prep on Fleek.com
We know what we’re having for breakfast tomorrow, are you in?!
Keto Overnight Oats
Keto overnight “oats” made with hemp hearts is an easy make-ahead breakfast! Packed with protein and omega-3, you can’t go wrong with this breakfast!
- 1/3 cup hemp seeds
- 1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk
- 2 tablespoons almond butter
- 2 teaspoons chia seeds
- Mix all ingredients together in a glass jar.
Refrigerate 1 hour or overnight before diving into 1 container and eating.
Macadamia Nuts or Macadamia Nut Butter
Pecans or Pecan Butter
Coconut Butter or Oil
Recipe Source: Meal Prep on Fleek
Here you go Kristy: Nutrition for 1 out of 2 servings:
13g Protein || 22g Fat || 7g Carbs || 278 Calories
I don’t have hemp seeds. What can I use instead?
Hey Carolyn. You could try chia seeds or flaxseed. If you do, let us know how it turns out.
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