This is my favourite breakfast: it’s so tasty and filling and there are so many different variations to it that I’m still having this most days after nearly two years!  There are many different ways of making overnight oats but this is my favourite recipe:

Ingredients (serves 1):

  • 40g whole porridge oats
  • 4 dessert spoons of low fat natural yogurt
  • a squirt of Myprotein maple or butterscotch sugar-free syrup
  • fruit

Method:

  1. Take 40g whole oats and add four dessert spoons of low fat natural yogurt.
  2. Add a squirt of Myprotein sugar-free syrup and mix.
  3. Top with fresh fruit – I usually choose three different fruits, either: blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries, redcurrants, grapes, kiwi or peach.
  4. It can then be stored in a sealed plastic container overnight in the fridge, all ready for the next morning – ideal if you’re in a rush!

You can layer the oats, yogurt and fruit if you wish, or use milk instead of yogurt.

Perfect for taking to work with you:-)

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “No Count Overnight Oats”

  1. How many weekly/daily points can you have if following no count? Also do you just have breakfast lunch and dinner or are you allowed snacks like popcorn no count dessert?
    I lost weight on SP a couple of years I have put on around 5 pounds would prefer no count using your recipes.
    Thank you so much your website is excellent.

    1. Hi Bella, thank you! I’m glad you like the website:-) I have 28 weekly points while I’m maintaining on No Count (I think 28 is the lowest anyone has). I tend to mainly snack on fruit as the meals keep me full – I do have one of the desserts most days and the occasional packet of crisps with lunch. If you take a look at this page, it will give you an idea of what I eat during a typical week: http://www.lovingnocount.com/what-a-no-count-week-looks-like/ I hope this helps and good luck with losing those pounds you’ve put on. I’m really enjoying the No Count way of life and really hope you do too:-) Helen xxx

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