3 overnight oat recipes, plus homemade yogurt and chia seed pudding
Athletes know that planning out meals in advance is one of the keys to success in achieving wellness goals. That’s why we created our healthy meal prep lunch series. Now, we’re starting the new year off right by making breakfast easier than ever.
“These recipes are full of filling fiber, healthy fats, and feature five simple ingredients,” says Lisa Hayim, R.D., a New York City-based nutritionist and founder of The Well Necessities. “Begin the week with three different takes on overnight oats, followed by a probiotic-packed yogurt and protein-rich chia pudding.”
Make the yogurt and add additional ingredients as seen in the recipe.
FIT CHEF HOW-TO: MAKE GUT-HEALTHY YOGURT
Making your own coconut yogurt is an easy process. Simply combine one can of full fat coconut milk with two capsules of probiotics and stir well. Place in the refrigerator for 24 hours. If you can wait 48 hours, you’ll have an even better consistency. You can add a scoop of protein powder and any spices you like (such as cinnamon which could help boost your metabolism) or toppings such as strawberries, coconut flakes, or chia seeds. A dollop or two of the yogurt makes an excellent addition to morning oatmeal for some added creaminess and protein.
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