Overnight oats with yogurt & Greek Yogurt Recipe with Benefits.

overnight oats with yogurt

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Overnight oats with yogurt is a classic recipe where you need not to cook the oats. So, it minimizes the preparation effort and the recipe is loaded with protein, fiber and fruits.

This recipe is an easy breakfast for you which will provide you with energy all the day.  However, it may seem different to eat uncooked oats, but I suggest you to try it soaking overnight, and it is nice!

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Besides these, you can make recipes of overnight oats with Greek yogurt also and Greek yogurt takes the place of regular yogurt in this overnight oats with Greek yogurt recipe.

Now let us move on the process of making this yogurt recipe with oats.


1 ounce of overnight soaked oats, 1/3 cup of yogurt (regular or Greek), 1/3 cup of milk, 1 teaspoon of chia seeds, ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract or almond extract, 2 teaspoon of maple syrup or honey, ½ cup of frozen or freshly chopped fruits.

The oats become creamy after an overnight soak, and you may find the oats with little bit soupy. So, you can adjust the consistency according to your desire by adding or removing some spoons of milk.

However, you can do some experiments with the ingredients such as almond extract is a wonderful option to the vanilla, and it gives a stronger flavor. Also, you can skip adding honey or maple syrup if you are satisfied with the rest. Moreover, if you want a crunchy texture, then you can add some roasted nuts on it.

Besides these, you can add seasonal fruits according to your wish. I suggest you to add berries because they bring an excellent taste in this recipe and if it is not the season of fresh berries, then you can use frozen berries.


Add oats, yogurt, milk, chia seeds, vanilla or almond essence and maple syrup or honey to the jar. Tighten the lid and shake the jar well. Now stir the jar with a spoon and mix some fruits to it. Also, you can add some extra oats on the top but do not mix them with the whole. However, you can keep it well in your refrigerator up to 3 days and have it with your breakfast.


This recipe is a refreshing and satisfactory as well. Also, the recipe is full of protein and other nutritious ingredients which will help you to get the fullness of eating and it is a perfect weight loss diet to add in your breakfast.

Yogurt dill sauce

Garnish your fish-dish recipes with yogurt-dill sauce. The recipe is too easy and you can do it quickly with a very little preparation.

Ingredients: 1 cup plain or Greek yogurt (non-fat or low-fat is more preferable), 1 small clove of a garlic (nicely chopped), 1 tablespoon of chopped fresh dill, ½ teaspoon of finely grated lemon peel, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice, ¼ teaspoon of pepper powder and a pinch of salt.


In a small mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients together and your yogurt-dill sauce is ready.


Dill is a herb and it has a lot of medicinal value, such as remedy for high cholesterol level, digestive tract problems, urinary tract problems, fever, lever problems etc. Also, it has a long time use in European cuisine. The addition of yogurt in dill sauce make the sauce fortified with a lot of nutrition.

Emily Rosen

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