Love Golden Milk? Here it is in a jar of creamy overnight oats!
I made these little jars of breakfast bliss and stuffed them full of Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats. Made with probiotic kefir and anti-inflammatory turmeric, they’re ready to grab from my fridge on a busy morning!
What is kefir and why should I include it in my diet?
Kefir is a probiotic drink made by culturing dairy milk or coconut milk. It’s considered to be very beneficial for gut health and digestion. Some call it a more potent version of yogurt. Milk kefir is high in protein, calcium, phosphorus and B vitamins. It tastes a little like plain yogurt. Read more about it’s health benefits.
If you don’t choose to make it yourself, you can buy it in the dairy or yogurt section of your supermarket. With only 100 calories in a 6 ounce serving, it’s a powerhouse of nutrition. I often add it to a smoothie or smoothie bowl, but this week it’s in these creamy turmeric overnight oats. You can always substitute yogurt for the kefir in this recipe, if you prefer.
To make these nutritious Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats, put rolled oats in a jar, add probiotic-rich kefir and your choice of milk. Add energy-boosting chia seeds, sprinkle in some ground spices, and stir in a little maple syrup. Top it all off with chopped fresh mango. Cover and let tomorrow’s breakfast work its magic in the refrigerator overnight.
The chia seeds will soften, making them easy to digest. In the morning, you’ll have sweet, creamy oatmeal. You can either eat it cold, straight from the jar, or pour into a bowl and heat in the microwave or in a saucepan on the stove. Make a double batch and have breakfast ready for the week!
A Time-Saving Tip to make Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats
Measure equal amounts of the four spices
and mix up a jar of turmeric spice mix. Then use it to make these overnight oats in a hurry or to make this Warm Turmeric Cinnamon Milk, also known as Golden Milk.
These little jars of breakfast bliss are stuffed full of Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats. Made with probiotic kefir and anti-inflammatory turmeric, they're ready to grab from the fridge on a busy morning.
Add 1/4 cup rolled oats to each of 2 jars. Top each with 1/4 cup milk kefir or yogurt, 1/4 cup milk of your choice, 1 1/2 tsp chia seeds, and the spices. Stir.
Top with finely chopped fresh or frozen mango.
Refrigerate overnight. Eat straight from the jar, or transfer to a bowl and heat in the microwave.
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