Chocolate & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
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Chocolate & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

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Ingredients

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100g Oats
200ml Milk
1 tsp Peanut Butter
2 tbsp Coco Powder
1/2 Banana

Nutritional information

410
Calories
11g
Fat
61g
Carbs
17g
Protein
18g
Sugar
0.1g
Salt
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      £0.50 per portion

      • 2 minutes
      • Serves 1
      • Easy

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      Chocolate & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

      My Chocolate & Peanut Butter Overnight Oats will keep you full until lunch, low cost on the wallet and endless flavours to pick from.

      They say the human body is made from 60% water… but for me, I must be made from 60% oats! I love the bloody stuff!

      It was my Uncle John (ex GB Javelin Coach) who introduced this amazingly simple and quick breakfast to me when I was growing up.

      It wasn’t until my post-university days (when I got a full-time job) when I fully understood the benefit of a quick and loaded breakfast.

      From then now I would play around and discover new flavours to work with my oats and I can quite frankly say, there are endless flavours.

      Here is how I make my overnight oats.

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      Steps

      1
      Done
      2 minutes

      Mix It

      1. Get an air tight jar or container of some sort and add milk, peanut butter and coco powder and shake until the peanut butter is mixed in with the milk. This will save you getting mouth fulls of peanut butter on its own ... However, I am guilty of just eating it out the jar.

      2. Then add in the oats and shake it again until it is a somewhat loose consistency. Loose but not too loose... because when it goes in the fridge overnight the oats will absorb all the milk.

      3. Then simply add it to the fridge overnight and wait until the morning to eat it.

      In the morning add your banana or any other desired toppings.

      BIFF, BOSH, NOSH!

      2
      Done

      Biff's Top Tips

      1. The thicker the oats, the less hungry you will be later on.

      2. Mix it up with using water/almond milk/soya milk / flavoured milk etc...

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