For the last five months I've been eating the same breakfast - hot oatmeal on the #HealyourheadacheDiet. And then my friends at @migrainereliefcoach suggested I give #overnightoats a try. Amazingly delicious!!!! I've been eating them for breakfast the last few mornings and I cannot get enough. I just add oats, milk, sugar and blueberries to mine! See a head safe recipe reposted from @migrainereliefcoach below. You can play around with proportions as I found 1 1/2 cups of oats and 1 cup of milk to work best for me. And if you don't have migraines, the sky is your limit - just check out @pinterest for delicious recipes! 📷 cred to @hungrygirl .
Repost from @migrainereliefcoach : What's for breakfast? Do you get tired of asking yourself this same question every day? Would you like to get up in the morning and have something you can just grab and go? Have you tried overnight oats? A slightly different texture than your regular oatmeal, but ready to go as soon as you wake up. You can take them with you to the office or school for breakfast, or maybe even lunch!! They can also make a great late night snack. We don't judge. Head friendly and they taste great!! 2 cups rolled oats (GF if need be)
2 cups milk (we like @fairlife, but if DF, substitute your favorite)
1 tsp vanilla
3 Tbs brown sugar
3/4 tsp cinnamon
3 Tbs pure maple syrup
In two mason jars, place half of the oats and half of the milk and mix well. Combine brown sugar, maple syrup and cinnamon in a small bowl. Pour half of the mixture over each jar and stirs to combine. Cover tightly and refrigerate at least two hours or overnight. Add additional maple syrup, cinnamon and brown sugar before eating if desired. You can also divide this into four small mason jars if you would like smaller servings.
Feel free to play with this recipe. Instead of using the maple syrup recipe, throw in fresh or frozen blueberries, strawberries, mango, peaches or your favorite fruit and then add your favorite sweetener to make whatever type of overnight oats you like best. 💪💕💪