Watch: Quick, No-Cook Overnight Breakfast Recipes That Will Be Ready In A Jiffy

Overnight oatmeals have become a sensation not just for their make-ahead preparation but also for their delicious taste and nutritional value. But oats are not the only food that can be consumed without cooking and just by soaking. Ancient Indian grains like jowar and rajgira are other great options to make quick overnight breakfast bowls. These grains are gluten-free, which means they are ideal for a diabetes diet, and brim with various other health-benefiting properties.  

Nutritionist Avanti Deshpande suggested three overnight breakfast recipes with oats, jowar and rajgira (amaranth) on her YouTube channel. Each recipe with these healthy grains adds the goodness of other ingredients like fruits, nuts and seeds. All you have to do is mix the foods at night and let them soak overnight. When you are ready to consume it in the morning, just garnish and enjoy.  

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Overnight-soaked breakfast jars are easy to make.

Here’re 3 Healthy Overnight Breakfast Options You Can Make: 

1. Overnight Soaked Oats: 

Combine oats, milk, yoghurt, maple syrup, vanilla extract, and melon seeds in a mason jar and let it all soak overnight. Next morning, garnish the meal with chopped or sliced fruits apple, sweeten it with dates and cinnamon powder, add crunch with walnuts and decorate it with chocolate shavings. The variety of flavours and textures will liven up your mornings. 

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2. Jowar Puff Bowl: 

Take jowar puffs in a bowl and add yoghurt, some seeds, maple syrup, vanilla extract and milk. Mix well and refrigerate overnight. Have it the next morning after garnishing with sliced banana, cinnamon powder, peanut butter, choco chips and crushed almonds.  

3.Rajgira (Amaranth) Jar: 

Mix together rajgira puffs, milk, yoghurt, maple syrup, vanilla extract, dry dates powder and flax seeds in a mason jar at night and let it rest. Then top it with strawberries, fresh cherries, and mixed nuts and drizzle some honey to add sweetness.  

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