Cooking time: 20 – 30 mins
Nutritional info (based on 1 person)
2 Fans Choice Meatzza’s
150g Strong Roots
1 Red or White onion
2 tbsp Cajun gymchef spice
- Pre heat the oven on the highest gas mark.
- Measure the sweet potatoes onto a tray and place them on the top shelf in the oven straight away.
- Slice up all of the veg into chunky bite sized pieces and place them onto another try with the gymchef seasoning.
- Move the sweet potatoes down and put the veg tray into the oven along with the meazta.
- Turn the oven down to 5 or 190 degrees Celsius and cook for 20 – 30 minutes
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Coffee, Chocolate, Caramel. All great great in their own right, even better paired together.
Having oats for breakfast have become a staple of my diet recently so I have been tried and tested some different flavors just so I could mix things up from day to day and keep the first meal of the day exciting. These Mocha Overnight Oats are by far a game changer and I urge anyone reading this post to give them a try. Especially if you love the taste of coffee… and chocolate… and caramel…. together!! There’s a choice of hazelnut which has yet to be done but definitely looking forward to that sometime soon.
As can be seen in both pictures the main player is the flavored instant coffee made by Beanies. Aldi had them in stock a few weeks ago for €3 each (side note: props to Aldi recently, they have been killing it (in a good way) with their food options as of lately. Somehow whenever I think about an idea for food I would like to try/create Aldi happen to be selling it the very next week).
I enjoy coffee and usually drink espresso straight. Becoming accustomed to the strong bitterness is a required taste however should you develop a habit over time the bitterness soon becomes a lot milder and in no time tastes like sweet nectar when it meets the lips. The coffee (Beanies) itself is already slightly sweetened which takes away some of the bitterness left in your mouth although its worth playing around with quantities until the right balance is achieved. In saying that the addition of protein powder or flavor drops etc. will add sweetness too.
Leaving the house at 5:00am to train before work is tough enough without having to prepare meals in advance. Therefore making these the night before and having them ready to go after a shake is a huge time saver. From a flavor perspective leaving the oats to soak up overnight allows the coffee and chocolate to marinade and come through which produces a much deeper flavor more so than if heated up.
Again it is important to mention that the quantities are based on my own requirements and should be adjusted to fit your own lifestyle and needs.
12g Peanut butter powder
5g Raw cacoa powder
2 tsp Beanies coffee – 1 chocolate & 1 caramel (you decide)
Mix everything and add in some water or milk until just about covered, mix and leave overnight. That’s the simplicity of overnight oats. Hope you enjoy this one. Any tips please feel free to share as I am always on the hunt for new things.