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Monday, April 4, 2022

Tropical Anti-inflammatory Overnight Oats ~ Dairy Free

 These overnight oats are packed with flavor and anti-inflammatory ingredients! They are a perfect breakfast for healthy joints and more!

 Overnight oats seem to be a popular easy-to-make breakfast option to grab and go. Most people love overnight oats for a nutritious breakfast that you can make the night before. Overnight oats are a breakfast option that is simple to make and they are so delicious. I love that overnights can be made in different flavors. The different flavor combinations of overnight oatmeal make breakfast exciting every day. It is a breakfast for kids and grownups.

If you are looking for a healthy breakfast that can be eaten on the go, then you need to make overnight oatmeal. To make overnight oats you just need a few simple ingredients like oatmeal. You prep the oatmeal the night before with your favorite oatmeal toppings and basically stick them in the fridge. When you wake up, you will find a ready-to-eat breakfast that you can enjoy on the go or at home. Overnight oats can be eaten cold or warmed up in the microwave. It's your choice.

The Best Overnight Oat Recipe For Runners

 If you are looking to make your overnight oats even healthier with added benefits, then you need to try these Tropical Anti-inflammatory Overnight Oats. These delicious tropical flavor overnight oats are great for healthy joints. The oatmeal that you make the night before also has nutritional benefits for healthy hair, skin, and nails. A few additional ingredients take your healthy breakfast to a whole new level. These oats were made for runners and those who exercise. I like to enjoy the tropical overnight oats after I exercise in the morning for amazing muscle recovery. If you like to eat breakfast before you work out, this oatmeal will give you plenty of energy. 

To Eat Vs Not To Eat Before a Workout 

Tropical Anti-inflammatory Overnight Oats Are

+ Healthy

+ Easy To Make

+ Dairy-Free

+ Full Of Fiber

+ Loaded With Flavor

+ Contains Collagen

+ Contains Turmeric

+ Great For Healthy Skin, Hair, Nails, and Joints

+ Helps With Inflammation 

The Tropical Anti-inflammatory Overnight Oats recipe gets its joint and skin health benefits from some amazing supplements that contain turmeric and collagen. So think beyond Golden Milk Lattes and collagen in coffee. I am going to show you a new way to incorporate collagen and turmeric supplements into your meals with flavored supplements from Youtheory.

+ Tropical Turmeric Powder ~ Healthy joints and more

+ Vanilla Collagen Powder ~ Healthy hair, skin, and nails

 I met Youtheory last month at Expo West and they sent me a bunch of collagen and turmeric supplements to try. I was excited to see that the turmeric powder was flavored with a fruity tropical taste. This sweet-tasting turmeric supplement was great to add to my morning smoothies and more. It made turmeric supplementation an enjoyable experience.

If you have used turmeric powder before, you know all about the sharp taste of turmeric. I used to only use turmeric in savory recipes like Turmeric Cinnamon Roasted Cauliflower. Occasionally, I would drink golden milk turmeric lattes but for the most part, my turmeric powder would go unused. Instead, I would use turmeric capsules for inflammation. So I am glad that I discovered Tropical Turmeric powder from Youtheory. 

 Youtheory also sent me vanilla flavor collagen. This delicious collagen is great to stir in coffee and into oatmeal. The vanilla collagen gives the overnight oats some amazing skin, hair, and nail benefits. You may not think that you need collagen in your diet but this supplement is beneficial at any age. Collagen is a major structural protein in the human body (found in skin, joints, bones, blood vessels, and connective tissues). As we age, collagen naturally breaks down and diminishes over time – leading to the early signs of aging. Youtheory Collagen Powder is designed to help counteract age-related collagen loss in a delicious powder.

Ingredients Needed For Tropical Anti-inflammatory Overnight Oats

+ Oatmeal

+ Plant-Based Milk

+ Tropical Fruit Like Pineapple or Mangos

+ Turmeric Powder

+ Collagen Powder

+ Maple Syrup or Honey

Overnight Oats facts you need to know

+ Overnight oats can be enjoyed hot or cold ~ enjoy cold from the fridge or heat the oatmeal up for 30 seconds in the microwave

+ Use any kind of milk ~ make it with plant-based milk for a dairy-free option or cow's milk. It is your choice.

+ Rolled oatmeal work best ~ quick-cooking oatmeal will make it too mushy

+ Store overnight oats in the fridge for no longer than 3 days

+ For added nutrition add Chia seeds 

+ Top the overnight oats with granola

+ Top the overnight oats with fruit

+ Use a glass jar ~ makes it easy to heat up in the microwave

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AiringMyLaundry said...

I would give these a try. It looks like it would be a delicious breakfast. I love pineapple.

SimplyTasheena said...

I've never had overnight oats with turmeric in it, looking forward to trying this.

LoriBosworth said...

This oatmeal recipe sounds so healthy and a great way to slip in collagen powder! I will definitely try it!

Jenn @ EngineerMommy said...

I love overnight oats. There's literally nothing more convenient.

Ashley Thompson said...

I adore overnight oats because of how easy and yummy they are, but I've never tried this flavor combination. I can't wait to give it a try!

Tami Creates said...

I need to try this! I love overnight oats and pineapple :)

Katie C said...

I haven't tried overnight oats with tropical fruit before, but I'm a BIG mango fan so this is definitely going on my list!

Anonymous said...

I have never had overnight oats before! This recipe looks delicious and healthy, so gotta give this a try!

Everything Enchanting ❤️

Melanie Edjourian said...

This sounds tasty. I'm getting into eating oats again. I must give this a go.

Terri Steffes said...

This looks and sounds so good. I love overnight oats as much as I do baked oatmeal! Yummy!

Gust si Aroma said...

Mmmm.... now I am hungry. I love tropical flavors and this is for me. I will make it for tomorrow.

Lynndee said...

I love having oats in the morning but I haven't tried making overnight oats. I'm def going to try this soon. -LYNNDEE

Marysa said...

What a great breakfast to start the day. This sounds delicious and it is nice to have the added health benefits.

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