Recipe by White Rose Child
The flavors in this sweet breakfast really stand out. I adapted this to 1/4 the original recipe but if you want it to make more than one serving, just multiply ingredient amounts accordingly. You can really enjoy playing with this recipe.
Top Review by woodland hues
Glad I came across this recipe in my browsing...reminds me that I can choose to eat my morning cereal raw instead of always cooking it. And so it's a good alternative and very handy when time crunching in the mornings to just prepare it the night before (and then it's just apples to deal with in the morning). I throw raw sunflower seeds into the mix and let them soak in the brew as well. I've enjoyed this with cut up dried figs, a touch of vanilla extract, or 1 tbsp of maple syrup. Plain yogurt stirred into this is good, and I like a tbsp of wheat germ and a bit of ground flax seed too. Thank you for posting!
- 118.29 ml old fashioned oats
- 177.44 ml soymilk (vanilla is esp. good) or 177.44 ml other non-dairy milk substitute (vanilla is esp. good)
- 14.79-29.58 ml raisins (more or less, according to your preference)
- 2.46 ml orange zest, finely grated
- 1.23 ml ground cinnamon
- 29.58-44.37 ml raw sunflower seeds (if you like them, adds a delicious crunch) or 29.58-44.37 ml roasted sunflower seeds (if you like them, adds a delicious crunch)
- 1 small granny smith apples or 1 large granny smith apple, chopped
- other dried fruit or nuts, of your choice
Directions See How It's Made
- Combine all ingredients EXCEPT SUNFLOWER SEEDS AND APPLE in a bowl.
- Cover bowl and refrigerate overnight.
- In the morning, chop the apple and stir it in with the seeds (or any others you prefer). Enjoy!
- Notes: You can play a bit with the amount of soymilk in this recipe, since some like it super-thick. If you want it slightly moister, use the 3/4 cup. Or you might want even more.
- I know, getting out the grater for 1/2 tsp orange zest -- but it is so worth it!
- Have fun!