Tuesday, 3rd May 2016

Overnight oats are on everyone’s lips right now. But I am not a fan of soaked oatmeal. But there is more than oats to soak overnight! Because it is just great to have a nourishing breakfast on the next day I tried some stuff. So bulgur works perfectly and tastes delicious!

The bulgur can be soaked in a liquid of your joice. I tried fruit juice, but didn’t like it much. I like milk, but I imagine nut milk to be blissful, too! If you don’t have anything of the above at home, try water instead.

I like to use frozen berries, which are thawed until I eat. I choose the other ingredients depending on my mood and what I have at home. In this case I had some leftover mango, the rest was used for my favourite smoothie.

For an increased intake of iron and proteins I like to add flaxseeds and wheat bran. Moreover, flaxseeds contain large amounts of omega 3 fats, which are very healthy and rare. You do not taste, either the flaxseeds, nor the wheat bran, so win-win! On top I like to add my beloved coconut chips, which I just discovered from Dr. Goerg. They are just delish!

On the next morning I layer the fruit and yogurt on the bulgur, close the lid tight and run off to work! It can be that easy!

Overnight-Bulgur mit Mango, Himbeeren und Joghurt by Coconut & Vanilla

One year ago: raw! chocolate brownies

Two years ago: rhubarb cake upside down

Three years ago: rum alexander & jamaican hop

Four years ago: rhubarb crumble with pecan vanilla ice cream

Five years ago: rhubarb streusel tart

Six years ago: rhubarb streusel cake

                        

One Response so far.

  1. Sehr schöne Idee mit dem Bulgur – Haferflocken mach ich auch regelmäßig, aber das kann ja jeder 😉 Schöne Kombi auch mit der Mango, danke dir fürs Teilen!

    Liebe Grüße,
    Dani

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