So Acai bowl are awesome, they’re probably THE breakfast of 2015. Yet sometimes I just don’t fancy a smoothie, sometimes I want something a bit more substantial and usually this is when I have either overnight oats or porridge. The other day I somehow thought to myself, why don’t I try adding acai puree to my overnight oats. I mean Acai tastes yum by itself so why shouldn’t it work in overnight oats. I usually add fruit to my overnight oats anyways so I just substituted the usual apple or banana with the pureed acai. And oh my, best idea EVER! I acatually didn’t think that it would turn out this great, but nope, acai overnight oats taste amazing. Acai overnight oats should totally become THE breakfast of 2016.
Trust me, just recreate my recipe or if you hate following recipes just chuck some acai puree to your usual overnight oat concoction and you’ll surely experience the most delicious breakfast. Though if you do decide to follow my recipe, which I highly recommend, of course, duh, I mean why would I publish recipes if I didn’t want you to follow them. Anyways, I am getting off track, as I just wrote, if you decide to recreate my recipe, do not forget the linseed and the cacao nibs. They step up your overnight oat game to a whole nother level. Cacao nibs for the crunch, linseed for texture plus they’re also super good for you, which is always a good thing, I guess.
Well I am going to stop explaining all the ingredients and steps to you here, that’s what the recipe down below is for. Here you go:
- 150g soy yogurt
- 1 pack of Acai puree (100g)
- 70ml oat or soy milk ( for a runnier texture add more)
- 1tbs oats
- 1tsp cacao nibs
- 1tbs linseed
- 1tsp chia seeds
- 1 handful of blueberries
- ⅓ banana, thinly sliced
- One day before you are planning to have this add half of your so yogurt, half of your Acai puree and the oat or soy milk into a jar.
- Add oats, cacao nibs, linseed, chia seeds and the blueberries, if you want to have some as a topping just don't add them all.
- When all of your ingredients are in the jar mix it through until well combined, cover the jar with a lid and place it in the fridge over night.
- In the morning top your acai overnight oats with the remaning Acai puree and soy yogurt, the thinly sliced banana and if you like with a couple more blueberries and cacaonibs.
So that’s it. Acai overnight oats, done and dusted. Once again, I highly, I mean HIGHLY suggest you to try this recipe. Acai overnight oats, breakfast revolution of 2016 according to Fanny the foodie, the most reliable source when it comes to food trends… Well not really, but they’re tasty those oats and you should try them, for real, do it , now!
My other overnight oat recipes: