It’s a known fact that not every food that’s healthy is tasty and vice versa, not every tasty food is healthy. This is a problem that directly hits children’s healthy food intake ratio, because of the fact that, children are more sensitive to the tastes and textures and seldom compromise over the matter of eating. That’s why we offer you dessert, which is not only the best for breakfasts but also one of the most delicious healthy and easy to make meals for both adults and children.
The dessert is known as “overnight oats” because of its preparation process it is strongly advised after mixing to leave the dessert in the fridge overnight. The main ingredients are rolled oats and Greek yogurt which will be replaced in our recipes by its Georgian equal matsoni. The dessert can be kept in the fridge for approximately a week.
Oatmeal is considered a national dish in England, but due to its usefulness it is consumed all over the world. It is the most useful type of breakfast and effectively helps to lose weight and maintain it afterwards. Even the simplest oatmeal, made from water, provides the daily needs of the body. But, oatmeal cannot be consumed consistently even by those who take special care of their body. That’s why we offer you different way to consume this healthy but not all that tasty breakfast.
Overnight oats is completely different compared to oatmeal. First of all it is consumed cold, it has completely different flavors and texture and the nutritional values are totally different. Overnight oats contain comparably more antioxidants vitamins and minerals than oatmeal. It also has the texture more like that of a pudding and it’s more acceptable for children that way.
In other ingredients you get the variety of a choice and possibility to deviate from any particular recipe based on your needs and preferences. No ingredient is complementary aside from the ones mentioned above. Although we’ll give you one of the most popular recipes as an example here.
Banana and strawberry overnight oats
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