This is a great breakfast to throw together the night before to save you time the next morning. Soaking the oats in water or milk overnight will help to soften them and make them easier on your gut. The grapes add fibre and sweetness.
A handful of grapes, or a small apple, chopped
60g porridge oats
25g chopped nuts of your choice. I like toasted hazelnuts.
75g full-fat natural yoghurt. I like Greek.
100ml of your choice of milk. I like full-fat dairy.
1 tbsp mixed seeds
Coarsely chop the grapes or apple and place in a bowl. Stir in the oats, nuts, yoghurt and milk. Chill in the fridge overnight. Serve topped with berries and nuts, or any of your favourite toppings.
Andy’s Sugar Safe Tips:
Although oats are gluten-free and are safe for most people with a gluten intolerance, the main problem with them in gluten-free eating is contamination. Most commercial oats are processed in facilities that process wheat, barley and rye, so if you have coeliac disease, make sure you specifically choose gluten-free oats.