Overnight oats have become a popular breakfast choice. They are easy, portable, and healthy. Packed with all sorts of different combinations of grains, fruits, nuts, and seeds, how can you go wrong? I wanted to get in on this and after consulting with Pinterest I was armed with a half dozen recipes. Each recipe started with a standard base of rolled oats and a liquid of your choice. These measurements varied slightly but generally kept with the 1:1 ratio....
To juice or not to juice? A quick search online will have you believing juice will cure all sorts of ailments from cancer, by increasing your consumption of antioxidants, to obesity, by limiting your caloric intake while still providing nutrients (Ruxton 2008). While consuming juice does provide the body with antioxidants and other vital nutrients, there are more effective and healthier means to incorporate these into your body.
Everything in moderation means that we don't need to cut dessert out - just change our approach a little. This a great recipe that is simple, easy to modify and a great way to combat those nasty sugar cravings. Perhaps best of all, you only need frozen bananas and raw almonds!
In your food processor, blend raw almonds into creamy, smooth texture (to make a nut butter).
Remove most of the nut butter (leave some in the processor)