Are you looking for a quick, easy, and tasty breakfast option that you can prepare the night before? If your answer is yes, then this apple pie overnight oats recipe is for you.
It’s not only easy to make but uses clean ingredients that are healthy!
This is an excellent base for you to adjust to your taste. You can add different sweeteners, a different nut butter, and a generous dollop of your favourite vegan yoghurt to finish it off.
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The ingredients to get the base of this apple pie overnight oats recipe ready are:
- Organic rolled oats
- Good quality ground cinnamon
- Mixed spice
- Flaxseed meal
- Vanilla extract
- Almond butter
- Plant milk
- Zest of an orange
How long can these overnight oats stay in the fridge?
I’ll generally eat them within four days, as they start to go a little too soft and soggy for my liking after that. Ideally, you would eat it within three days of making it.
Do you have overnight oats hot or cold?
I personally eat them at room temperature the next morning or cold if I keep them in the fridge for more than a day.
You can, however, eat them hot or cold. It’s entirely a personal preference. The beauty of this dish is that you can enjoy it either way.
You can pair the cold overnight oats with the warm stewed apples if you make them in the morning.
The health benefits of my apple pie overnight oats
Let’s break down the benefits of some of the ingredients that you’ll find in this recipe, shall we?
Oats are a staple ingredient in many people’s homes. You can have them hot or cold, cooked, soaked, in desserts, in savoury dishes, they’re very versatile!
There are many great health benefits to oats, here are just a few:
- Can lower cholesterol levels
- They are very rich in vitamins and minerals
- High in antioxidants
- They are very filling
As you may have noticed above that I mention using good-quality cinnamon. The cinnamon that you’ll find most available in supermarkets is the cheaper, lesser quality variety that is not good for you when taken in larger quantities. This one is called cassia cinnamon.
Ceylon “true” or verum cinnamon is better quality cinnamon that has many health benefits. Some of those are:
- Assists in reducing blood pressure
- Great for diabetics or borderline diabetics
- High in antioxidant
- Known to have anti-inflammatory properties
It’s no coincidence that walnuts are shaped like our brains. This is an easy giveaway that walnuts are great for our brains, amongst other benefits. Some of these are:
- A wonderful source of omega 3s
- They can help to lower blood pressure
- They’re rich in vitamins and minerals like manganese, copper, vitamins E, B6, folic acid, and phosphorus
- May assist with heart health
Apples and Oranges
Fruit is a great source of fibre; however, too much of it has been debated to be unhealthy with all the natural fructose that can be found in fruit.
Here are some of the benefits that can be found in apples and oranges that are used in this apple pie overnight oats recipe:
- Both rich in vitamin C and A
- Oranges are also a wonderful source of vitamin B, calcium, and potassium
- Green apples can fight against aging
- If you’re after a less sweet option, use Granny Smith apples in this recipe. Granny smith apples (besides blueberries) are the lowest GI fruit
This breakfast takes only 30 minutes to prepare the night before and you have the most delicious breakfast to go for a few days!
I love reusing old jam jars as they’re the perfect size to make four servings for this great breakfast.
If you want a healthy breakfast option that tastes just like apple pie, you will fall in love with this recipe.
I make it on a regular basis, especially when apples are in abundance. I keep a large jar of it in the fridge with the stewed apples mixed into the oats. That way, I can just grab it out and portion out how much I like.
It will keep in the fridge for up to 4 days.
Other breakfast recipes you’ll love:
- Vegan Apple Crumble (Gluten-Free)
- Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding with Cashew Cream
- Sugar-Free Chocolate & Hazelnut Granola
- Easy Fluffy Vegan Double Chocolate Chip Pancakes
- Easy Vegan Crepes
- Coffee Chia Pudding Breakfast Parfait
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