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Easy Overnight Oats

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 minutes Cook: 5 minutes

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 1

A simple recipe which can be easily substituted with different flavoured yoghurt or fruit depending on what you enjoy. My version has vanilla yoghurt and pear, but you can use what you like.

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Ingredients

  • 1 Pear (or fruit of your choice)
  • 40g Porridge oats
  • 140ml Flavoured yoghurt (I used vanilla onken)
  • 100ml Greek style plain yoghurt (I used Fage total 0)

Method

  1. Cut up the pear into small chunks and place half of it into a mason jar or bowl.

  2. Add half of the oats on top of the fruit.

  3. Mix the flavoured yoghurt and the plain yoghurt together, then spoon on half of the mixture onto the oats.

  4. Repeat the steps again, placing the fruit on top of the yoghurt, then the oats and finally the yoghurt.

  5. You can either leave it in the fridge overnight, or eat it straight away. (I mix mine all together so I get all the flavours at once).

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