Gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnight oats

Gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnight oats

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This recipe is a dupe for the almond butter and salted caramel MOMA porridge pots. They taste almost exactly the same. The ground and chunks of almonds give these oats a great texture. While the dates, coconut sugar and salt gives you that delicious salted caramel flavour.

Hey guys today’s recipe is gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnights oats. This is a dupe for the MOMA almond butter and salted caramel porridge. You can get in the individual pots. 

Gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnight oats

I love the MOMA porridge but the individual pots are usually £1.29 and when there on offer about 74p. They are mainly just rolled oats and a few other ingredients you can make them a lot cheaper yourself. That’s how this recipe came about I wanted to be able to eat that flavour everyday as it has become my favourite.  

I add half a scoop (15g) of unflavoured soya protein powder to the recipe below but this is completely optional. It doesn’t change the taste it just makes them thicker and I like having that extra protein in there to help keep me fuller for longer.  

Now when it comes to the consistency of your oats everyone likes them differently. Some prefer them to be soupier while others like cakey oats. I like them somewhere in between I tend to go for a more thicker consistency as am usually walking to the gym or walking home. They are easy to eat on the go when there isn’t too much liquid to spill on me. You can adjust the amount of liquid in this recipe to get your desired consistency. Remember if you do use protein powder then you will need to use more liquid than you normally would. 

almond and salted caramel overnight oats

Overnight oats are one of the easiest meals to meal prep. You can just add all the dry ingredients to a glass jar or container. Then the night before you need them add your liquid, stir to combine and place in the fridge for the following morning. I usually make up 5 or 6 at a time and store them in glass jars until i need them. Then tip the dry ingredients into my small nutri bullet cup with the handle add the coconut milk, stir it up and place in the fridge. The next morning i heat mine up in the microwave for two minutes on high put the lid on and take it to work with me. I eat mine after i finish work whilst i walk to either the gym or straight home. This means that although they always taste amazing they never look as nice the picture above lol.

Gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnight oats

Gluten and dairy free almond and salted caramel overnight oats

This recipe is a dupe for the almond butter and salted caramel MOMA porridge pots. They taste almost exactly the same. The ground and chunks of almonds give these oats a great texture. While the dates, coconut sugar and salt gives you that delicious salted caramel flavour.

Course Breakfast
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 223 kcal
Author naturally sweet life

Ingredients

  • 33 grams rolled oats
  • 10 grams ground or flaked almonds
  • 2 grams chopped almonds
  • 5 grams coconut sugar
  • 5 grams chopped dates
  • pinch of salt
  • 250 ml non dairy milk i use coconut milk

Instructions

  1. Measure out all dry ingredients

  2. Add them all to a container and add in your liquid. You can adjust the amount of liquid to get your desired consistency. I like mine to be on the thicker side. Then stir to combine and place in the fridge for the following morning.

  3. If you want to meal prep these then i suggest just mixing all the dry ingredients together in your container. Then the night before you need them add in liquid, stir them up and place in the fridge overnight,

  4. This is optional but i like to heat mine up in the microwave in the morning before i eat them. But you can eat them cold or at room temperature its entirely up to you.

Recipe Notes

The macros for one serving is 223 kcal 8.8f 29.4c 6.6p

Hope you all enjoyed this recipe am really happy with how they turned out i think taste very similar to the MOMA ones. Next up will be the coconut chia flavour they make in the sachet packets so be on the look out for that one on the blog. Remember if you recreate this or any of my other recipes be sure to tag me on them on instagram @emmalouisecee i love to see them. I also insta story most of my day if you ever want to see behind the scenes of recipe testing or more of a what i eat a day style. Anyway enough of the rambling have a great day x

 



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