Overnight Oats with Stone Fruit


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More and more people are making healthier options when it comes to the way they eat, for some that means cutting out sugar, and gluten, for others it's all about the using fresh and healthy ingredients. This "Overnight Oats with Stone Fruit," recipe is a healthy way to get a start on your day. Breakfast most certainly is the most popular meal of the day and people have proved that having a good breakfast to start out your day is the thing that some people are missing in their day to day lives. Having a well balanced breakfast ensures that you are getting enough protein, carbs and other nutrients so that your brain is fuelled and ready to work well during the day. Not only this, but your first meal of the day also sets your metabolism, so if you are skipping this morning meal, you could be setting up your stomach for some disappointment. If your body doesn't get enough to eat in the morning, after an 8 hour period of not eating, it can go into starvation mode, and this is not a good thing. Your body suffers from skipping this meal, and starts to store any nutrients it can. So having something like these overnight oats, can really be a great start to your day!

This overnight oats with stone fruit recipe uses buttermilk, syrup, and vanilla to make a super rich and creamy oatmeal. The ingredients are refrigerated overnight, and then topped with fresh fruit and nuts just before serving. Some of the ingredients you can use for this overnight oats with stone fruit recipe include old fashioned oats, buttermilk, maple syrup, vanilla extract, chopped pecans and chopped fresh stone fruits like cherries, peaches and or plums. To start you will want to mix together the oats, buttermilk, maple syrup and vanilla and divide between two cups, you will then cover and refrigerate the mixture for at least seven hours or overnight. In the morning or the night before you will want to preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit and spread out the pecans on a small baking sheet and bake, until toasted and fragrant, 8 to 10 minutes. For the full recipe details you will want to look at the site.

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