Lazy oatmeal in the Bank quick

Healthy eating can be easy and enjoyable. And we will tell you how. Recipe lazy oatmeal in the Bank unique:

first, it is the perfect serving size for one;

secondly, such a Breakfast you can take out of the fridge with you to work or even exercise;

thirdly, this is a very useful and nutritious dish, as it contains a lot of protein, calcium, fiber and virtually no fat and sugar.

In addition, many don’t like to eat hot oatmeal and this recipe just for the occasion. You can enjoy a healthy Breakfast all year round — even in the warmer months, or when hot oatmeal bother:)

The recipe is very flexible and allows you to create new variations by combining different ingredients according to your taste.

The base recipe is lazy oatmeal in the Bank

1. Gather the ingredients:

gentle oatmeal (NOT quick cooking);

plain yogurt, no fillers;

milk, skim;

glass jar with lid, 0.5 or 0.4 l (to find, for example, in Ikeja — see accessories for food storage).

2. Add oatmeal, milk, yogurt, sugar (or other sweetener) and fruit or berries (see options below).

3. Close the jar and shake to combine the ingredients.

4. Add on top of fruit or berries, lightly stir.

5. Tightly close the jar and put in refrigerator overnight.

Stored this oatmeal can up to 2 days or even more, depending on the type and maturity of the fruit. For example, oatmeal with a banana remains tasty even after 4 days of stay in the fridge. Overnight oatmeal soaked in milk, yogurt and fruit juices. The next day the dish is soft and tender.

Below are 5 ideas for the lazy oatmeal in a jar . The ingredients used in these recipes, you can buy in the regular supermarket .

Oatmeal in a jar of tangerine and orange

1/4 Cup of oatmeal;

1/3 Cup of milk;

1/4 Cup yogurt;

1 tablespoon orange jam;

1 teaspoon of honey;

1/4 Cup drained sliced tangerines.

In a jar add oats, milk, yogurt, orange marmalade and honey. Close the lid and shake well until all the ingredients will not mix. Open, add the pieces of drained sliced mandarins and gently stir. Cover the jar and put in refrigerator overnight (to store up to 3 days). Eat oatmeal chilled.

Oatmeal in a jar with banana and cocoa

1/4 Cup of oatmeal;

1/3 Cup of milk;

1/4 Cup yogurt;

1 tablespoon cocoa powder;

1 teaspoon of honey;

1/4 Cup sliced ripe bananas.

In a jar add oats, milk, yogurt, cocoa powder and honey. Close the lid and shake well until all the ingredients will not mix. Open, add pieces of sliced ripe bananas and gently stir. Cover the jar and put in refrigerator overnight (to store up to 2 days). Eat oatmeal chilled.

Oatmeal in a jar with Apple and cinnamon

1/4 Cup of oatmeal;

1/3 Cup of milk;

1/4 Cup yogurt;

1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon;

1 teaspoon of honey;

1/4 Cup applesauce (slices of fresh Apple taste.

In a jar add oats, milk, yogurt, cinnamon and honey. Close the lid and shake well until all the ingredients will not mix. Open, add applesauce (if you want you can add pieces of fresh Apple) and gently stir. Cover the jar and put in refrigerator overnight (to store up to 2 days). Eat oatmeal chilled.

Oatmeal in a jar with cherries and chocolate chips

1/4 Cup of oatmeal;

1/3 Cup of milk;

1/4 Cup yogurt;

1 teaspoon of honey;

1/2 teaspoon vanilla;

1 tablespoon finely grated dark chocolate;

¼ Cup chopped cherries (fresh or frozen).

In a jar add oats, coconut milk, yogurt, honey and vanilla. Close the lid and shake well until all the ingredients will not mix. Open, add the pieces of chopped cherries, and chocolate chips and gently mix everything together. Cover the jar and put in refrigerator overnight (to store up to 3 days). Eat oatmeal chilled.

Mocha-oatmeal in the Bank

1/4 Cup of oatmeal;

1/3 Cup of milk;

1/4 Cup yogurt;

1 teaspoon of honey;

1 teaspoon cocoa powder;

½ Teaspoon instant coffee, dissolved in 1 tablespoon hot water.

In a jar add oats, coconut milk, yogurt, honey, cocoa powder and instant coffee. Close the lid and shake well until all the ingredients will not mix. Then just put in the fridge overnight (to store up to 3 days). Eat oatmeal chilled.

Finally, here are some answers to common questions that may arise during familiarization with this unusual recipe of oatmeal.

Whether banks with oatmeal freeze?

Yes! For up to a month. The main thing — not to overflow the banks, or they can “explode” from the expansion of the liquid during freezing. Enough to fill the jar 3/4 of the total space. At night, move the frozen banks of the freezer on the shelf of the fridge so it can thaw and be ready to eat for Breakfast.

Can you reheat oatmeal in the Bank?

Yes. Although the recipe and is intended for use in cold, if you really want, you can heat the oatmeal in the Bank in the microwave. To do this, remove the cap and heat for 1 minute (if the oatmeal thawed). For those who like it hot, you can heat the oatmeal and longer.

Be sure to use glass jars?

No. You can use any container that accommodates at least 1 Cup of liquid. Perfect size are containers of 0.5 or 0.4 ml. in addition, this capacity is always possible to bring along (or training).

To experiment with the recipe recommended! But if on top to make a topping of fresh fruit, oatmeal tastes even better and prettier. Enjoy your experiments and a healthy appetite!

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