Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats: There’s no better way to start the day

apple and cinnamon. It is a combination that is almost divine and just goes together like the lid on the pot. This duo is always on fire, especially in cakes and desserts. But why not in the morning? If you feel that way and can’t get enough of apple cinnamon, then we have the breakfast of your dreams: Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats. Prepare this delicious breakfast the night before, because the next morning it’s time to enjoy! It is therefore ideal for anyone who wants to spend a few more minutes in the cozy bed in the morning.

Although you can use any apple you have on hand for this recipe, we especially recommend sweet apples like Gala or Pink Lady. Did you know that other apple varieties are recommended for baking? You can find out exactly what they are and why in the article by EAT CLUBBER Niko.

So now you’re well fortified for the day ahead with the apple-cinnamon overnight oats. However, such a day passes quickly… until the next breakfast. And since we foodies like to think about food all the time, it doesn’t hurt to think about the next breakfast, right? That’s why we have a whole range of ideas for the most important meal of the day in our collection of recipes – whether hearty, sweet or light. We have them all. Here’s a little taste:

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Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats: There’s no better way to start the day

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The morning could not start better with the apple cinnamon overnight oats.

preparation

  1. Wash, halve and dice the apple. Mix together with the brown sugar in a bowl. Then heat it in the microwave for 1 minute. Stir briefly and heat for another 30 seconds until the apples are soft.

  2. Place half of the apples in a glass with the rolled oats, milk, agave syrup, cinnamon, vanilla and salt and stir well. Then cover with the remaining apples. Cover and place in the fridge for at least 4 hours. Finished!