Berry Chia-Overnight-Oats

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While in winter there is nothing better than starting the day with a warm bowl of porridge, in late summer we love overnight oats. "Overnight" means "overnight" in English - and that's exactly how the oatmeal is prepared. The evening before, just mix the oatmeal with milk in a sealable bowl, put it in the fridge and while you dream, the oatmeal will swell up. The next morning, the Overnight Oats are nice and creamy and wonderfully delicious and are waiting to be refined with toppings. For example with chia pudding and berries, as in this recipe, which you can also find in our recipe book "Just the right breakfast" and which was written by our co-founder Caroline. Nice to look at, delicious and light...for a great start to the day!

 

Preparation time: approx. 10 minutes | For 2 persons 

Ingredients

For the Overnight Oats
80 g 3Bears Porridge Tripple Berries
160 ml milk 

For the Chia-Pudding
2 EL Chia-Seeds
80 ml milk

For the cottage cheese layer
150 g cottage cheese 
100 g mixed berries
1 tablespoon agave syrup

For the topping
some pecan nuts

Preparation

  1. Mix the porridge with the milk. Place in the refrigerator and leave to soak overnight (at least 6 hours).
  2. Mix the Chia seeds with the milk, seal hermetically in a container and let it steep like the oats.
  3. The next day, fill two glasses with half of the oats each and place a layer of Chia pudding on top.
  4. Puree the quark with berries and agave syrup and spoon a third layer on top of the Chia pudding.
  5. Decorate with pecan nuts and serve.
Spoon through the porridge and enjoy. Enjoy!
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