Sausage Egg Quiche

Serving: 6Prep Time: 15 minutesCook Time: 30 minutesIngredients

1 cup sausage, cooked
½ cup ham, diced
½ cup goat milk
6 large eggs, beaten
4 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
1 cup goat cheese, crumbled
2 large green onions, chopped
½ teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon pepper
How To

Take a bowl and add eggs, goat milk, salt, pepper
Take a soufflé dish and add sausage, bacon, ham, cheese, green onions
Mix well
Pour egg mix over meat and mix
Cover with foil
Add 1 cup water to your Instant Pot and place steamer basket, arrange dish over steamer basket
Lock lid and cook on HIGH pressure for 30 minutes
Quick release pressure
Serve and enjoy!

Peachy Breakfast

Serving: 3Prep Time: 10 minutesCook Time: 4 minutesIngredients

6 small peaches, cored and cut into wedges
¼ cup maple syrup
2 tablespoons almond butter
½ teaspoon almond extract
How To

Add peach wedges, maple syrup, butter, almond extract to your Instant Pot and toss
Close lid and cook on HIGH pressure for 4 minutes
Quick release the pressure
Divide mix in bowls and serve

The Great Mediterranean Breakfast Oats

I’ve been making batch after batch of overnight oats, and taking notes. Overnight oats are a healthy, make-ahead breakfast option, but they’re not always enticing enough to get me out of bed.

I’m sharing my best tips and my favorite overnight oats recipe today. Ready? These overnight oats are legitimately delicious, and so easy to make!

overnight oats ingredients
Overnight oats are typically served chilled, straight from the refrigerator. That makes them perfect for warmer months, but you can certainly enjoy overnight oats year-round.

Overnight oats keep well in the refrigerator for up to five days. So, prepare your oats on Sunday night, and you’ll have breakfast covered for the workweek.

how to make overnight oats
How to Make the Best Overnight Oats
I make my overnight oats with old-fashioned rolled oats, toasted or regular. Then I add chia seeds for a more pudding-like texture and more fiber, and a spoonful of nut butter to make them extra creamy. (Would you believe that one serving of these overnight oats contains nearly half of your daily fiber requirements?)

Here’s what you’ll need to make overnight oats:
Oats: You can’t make overnight oats without oats! Overnight oats are typically made with plain old-fashioned oats. I actually prefer to make overnight oats with homemade muesli instead, which is made with toasted old-fashioned oats, nuts and dried fruit. The muesli offers more texture and flavor.

If you want to go the easier, more traditional route, simply use old-fashioned oats and add a dash of cinnamon. Don’t use instant or quick-cooking oats, because those will turn to complete mush.

Chia Seeds: Technically, these are optional, but I love how chia seeds absorb moisture and make the final product more creamy and luscious. Chia seeds contain healthy omega-3’s and, like oats, lots of fiber.

Nut butter: Almond butter or peanut butter makes these oats even more creamy, while adding delicious savory, nutty flavor.

Milk of choice: You can use your favorite milk here (almond milk, coconut milk from a carton, homemade cashew milk, homemade pecan milk, oat milk or cow’s milk). I suppose you could use water instead of milk, but the final result won’t be quite as creamy or flavorful.

The amount of liquid is key to the final consistency—I like my overnight oats really thick and creamy, with concentrated flavor. If you prefer a looser consistency, add a little more milk.

Fruit: Now that we’ve formed the base of the oats, I like to add fruit. If you’re following my formula with just 1/2 cup milk and using a fruit that stores well for a few days (as in, sliced strawberries, not sliced bananas or apple), you can go ahead and toss the fruit on top of the oat-and-milk mixture.

In fact, you can top the oat mixture with frozen raspberries or blueberries and they’ll defrost overnight. (Don’t try this with frozen strawberries or other large chunks of frozen fruit; they release too much water). Or, you can wait to top your oats with fruit before serving.

Optional sweetener: Overnight oats are generally sweet enough for me as-is. However, add a drizzle of sweetener if that makes your oats more enticing!

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That’s it! Go forth and make overnight oats to last you through the week. Please let me know how your overnight oats turn out in the comments below!

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