Rolled oats, soaked in liquid, generally or a combination of milk and honey, along with some seeds or nuts or dry fruits or any other ingredients of choice, make overnight oats. These are very simple to make as there is absolutely no cooking involved and these can be prepared ahead of time. Overnight oats stay good for 2-3 days under refrigeration. These come really handy on a hectic morning. Overnight oats can be prepared and flavored in a number of ways. This recipe is for rose syrup overnight oats as I have flavored the oats with some rose syrup. It not only added a very refreshing flavor to it but also acted as the sweetener.
Oats: Rolled oats work the best for overnight oats recipe. I had the quick oats and therefore I have used the same. I like to dry roast the quick oats for 3-5 minutes for any and every oat recipe. In fact, when I get the pack from the grocers I just dry roast the oats lightly and store the same.
Milk: I have used regular milk to make overnight oats. Important is the proportion of milk and oats. Generally, it is 1:1. As in you use ½ cup of oats along with ½ cup of milk. But, the same can vary. For instance, if you are using quick oats instead of rolled ones, add in lesser milk or the oats will be softer. Also, you might like to add in more milk with the rolled oats if you like the same softer.
Rose Syrup: Rooh Afza is a very popular rose syrup available at the Asian grocery stores. However, you can use any store-bought or homemade rose syrup for this recipe.
If you are looking for more healthy recipes that can be prepared in advance/ahead of time you might like granola recipe, yogurt parfait, etc. Other than these you might also like the beverages which come handy to you on a hectic morning. These beverages are cold brew ice tea, cold brew coffee, etc.
Serve these for breakfast on a busy weekday morning.
1.This recipe serves 1.
2.In a small glass jar take ½ cup of oats.
3.In to this add in ½ cup of milk.
5.Next, add in 2 tbsp of rose syrup.
6.Stir in everything well.
7.Keep in the fridge overnight.
8.Serve cold or warm. Bon appetite!
PREP TIME 5 minutes + 8 hours refrigeration time
COOK TIME 0 minutes
TOTAL TIME 5 minutes + 8 hours passive time
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