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Kefir Overnight Oats - easy breakfast - overnight oats are a filling and sugar free breakfast

Kefir Overnight Oats - easy breakfast - overnight oats are a filling and sugar free breakfast

Kefir overnight oats are the easiest breakfast ever! And will leave your tummy very very happy.

This recipe came from having bought way too much buttermilk, which we drink like you would chocolate milk here in Germany. After having some success I thought kefir would probably also work. Well, kefir won my tastebuds over by a landslide. I like the fermented quality the kefir adds (it took me a few tries to get used to it), but if you still aren’t a fan, a touch of maple syrup will take out that fermented zing.

These oats are creamy, soft, and seriously easy to digest. They take no time to make at night and are a great grab ‘n go breakfast.

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Flavour up your Kefir Overnight Oats

Since kefir overnight oats are quite neutral in flavour you can top them off with whatever you fancy. My favourite way to eat them is to add frozen raspberries. Add the frozen raspberries to the top of the ats when you make them and by the morning the raspberries have thawed, and the juices run beautifully into the oats. 

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Kefir Overnight Oats - easy breakfast - overnight oats are a filling and sugar free breakfast

Kefir Overnight Oats


  • Author: Kortney
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes

Description

Kefir Overnight Oats are a great way to start your day! Only three ingredients, gluten free, and happily sugar free.


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Ingredients

  • 2 cups of Kefir
  • 1 cup Rolled Oats (use Gluten free oats to make this GF)

Topping ideas

  • Frozen raspberries, maple syrup, apple sauce, raisins, nut/seed butter

Equipment

  • 2 containers with sealable lids or 2 medium bowls and plastic wrap

Instructions

  1. In each container add 1/2 cup of rolled oats and 1 cup (or 250mL) of Kefir. Mix well.
  2. Optional is to add some frozen fruit to the top of the mixture.
  3. Cover bowl with plastic wrap or seal container.
  4. Refrigerate mixture for at least 8 hours.
  5. Garnish with fruit or maple syrup.

  • Cuisine: Breakfast

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 2
View Comments (5)
  • Hey Kortney,
    have you tried to make Kefir yourself? It is much richer in the good bacteria than store bought ones and may rebuild some of your gut flora. It’s very, very easy to make. Just google it to find out how to make it. Fermented vegetables like Sauerkraut should also be very good against allergies.
    I’m trying it out now.
    All the best!
    Kirsten

    • Hi Kirsten. I’ve make kefir once before, but was a little nervous about the process. We make our own kombucha at home and I would like to try water kefir. My summer project is to start making sauerkraut. So far I’ve made one batch that worked pretty well. How are your ferments going?

  • Not clear of you mean milk kefir or water kefir. I leave oats, chia, raisins and some water-kefir and water soaking overnight room temperature. Next morning it will be pre-digested. Very interesting way to begin the day.

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