Gluten-Free Overnight Oatmeal with Yogurt (GF)(VGT)
Certified Gluten-Free Oats are a delicious addition to your gluten-free lifestyle. I discuss the gluten-free status of oats in my blog posts: The Real Truth About Oats and Gluten. Why? They are a great source of soluble fiber. Research indicated that American's intake of fiber is lower than recommended. And oats can be a beneficial way to increase your intake of fiber.
I prefer to make my oats overnight with yogurt. It takes less than 5 minutes to prepare before I head off to bed. And it makes my morning routine easier. I know that I won't have to worry about cooking something for breakfast.
Aldi sells my favorite certified gluten-free rolled oats in their own packaging under the brand name "LiveGFree". This deliciously nutritious bowl is packed with fiber, potassium, vitamin A, calcium, and iron.[This is not a sponsored post I'm just sharing my favorite products].
Mix yogurt, oats, and honey.
Reserve overnight in the refrigerator.
I chose to top my overnight oatmeal with yogurt with frozen cherries.
- Fresh, Frozen, Canned Fruit
- Chia Seeds
- Flax Seeds
- Peanuts or Tree Nuts
- Peanut Butter
- Tree Nut Butter
- Seed Butter
How can you modify this recipe?
- Modify this to be dairy-free by choosing a dairy yogurt alternative
- Replace honey with your favorite sweetener: sugar, brown sugar, maple syrup, etc.
- Omit honey to keep it low-sugar.