I recently had the pleasure of visiting a friend’s website and found it to be a refreshing source of healthy recipes. What caught my eye however, was a unique take on overnight oats. Here’s Lauren’s intro to her delicious recipe and the link to the recipe itself:
I’ve probably made 20 different kinds of overnight oats, and had not yet experimented with pumpkin. I recently purchased a 3 pack of large cans of pumpkin puree (thank you Costco), and have been experimenting with all kinds of recipes from smoothies to pancakes to muffins, oatmeal and bread pudding. This Maple Pumpkin Banana Overnight Oats recipe combines my favorite breakfast with my favorite flavors. For 228 calories, you’ll gain 153% of your daily recommended intake of Vitamin A, 22% of calcium and almost a third of your daily fiber. You’ll also stay satisfied for hours thanks to the blood sugar stabilizing protein and fiber from the oats and fruit. Enjoy!
Recipe URL: Recipe: Maple Pumpkin Banana Overnight Oats
For those of you who are not familiar with Lauren:
Lauren Harris-Pincus, MS, RDN is a nutrition communications specialist, social media consultant, spokesperson, brand ambassador, corporate consultant, and registered dietitian in private practice. She is currently the owner of Nutrition Starring YOU, LLC.
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