Nutrients packed Mixed Berries Refrigerator Oatmeal with Honey! I made it without measuring tools but just a wooden tablespoon. I did it with reference to theyummylife.com
I placed it in the fridge at 10pm and ate it at 8am. The oats are soft yet come with a wee bit of crunch. Thumbs up! In one word, this 'cold porridge' is yummilicious!
This recipe serves one but you can x 2 for the ingredients so that your honey gets to enjoy it too. Erm...Honey as in your darling or dear whatever you address your partner. You will fully utilise the milk and yoghurt if you make 2 servings.
You will need:
- a jar ( I got the 0.5L Korken jar with lid at Ikea for $1.90)
- a chopboard and knife (to cut the strawberries into quarters)
- a wooden/plastic/ceramic tablespoon (Do not use metal spoon to scoop pure honey)
- 9 tbs rolled oats (Do not use quick or instant oats)
- 1 small tub of low fat plain yoghurt (I got the Marigold which comes in a pack of 2 tubs)
- 1/2 small btl of milk abt 100ml (I got the Meiji 200ml skimmed milk)
- 1/2 tbs chia seeds (I added 1tbs but its still fine)
- 1 tbs of honey
- 1 handful of blueberries (when I said one handful, it literally means how much your hand can grab. The actual quantity does not matter)
- 1 handful of dried cranberries
- 4 strawberries (cut into quarters)
1) Add the oat.
2) Add milk.
3) Add yoghurt.
4) Add chia seeds.
5) Add honey.
6) Stir until well mixed.
7) Add the fruits.
8) Give it a few stir so that the fruits are well distributed in the mixture. Place in the fridge overnight before consumption.
9. Ready to consume straight from the jar.
It's well kept in the fridge for up to 2 days.