(or 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup nut milk- or dairy-based yogurt)
Pinch of salt
A dash of cinnamon
STIR-INS + TOPPINGS
Drizzle raw honey or maple syrup
A teaspoon of vanilla extract
Nuts + seeds
Raw cacao nibs
Unsweetened coconut flakes
Fresh or frozen berries
Step 1Mix the oats and chia seeds with the milk (and yogurt if using) in a bowl and cover. Place in the fridge overnight, or at least 4 hours. In the morning, stir in honey, and add your favorite toppings.
Step 2Soaking oats overnight helps break down the phytic acid – a substance in plants that can be harmful to humans in large doses.
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