This creamy pudding with Greek yogurt, oats, yogurt, berries and almonds makes a healthy breakfast, change-up. No cooking required, just an overnight stand in the fridge. It’s a twist on Swiss Oatmeal, known as Bircher Muesli. I use blackberries, but blueberries or mixed berries would work well too.
1dropper full of liquid vanilla flavored stevia drops
1container blackberries6 ounces, blueberries or mixed
4teaspoonsslivered almondsor chopped walnuts
Stir yogurt, oats, chia, milk, honey and stevia together in a medium bowl. Cover and refrigerate for approximately 12 hours or overnight to allow the pudding to soften and get creamy.
In the morning, stir the pudding. If you would like it more fluid, stir in a little extra almond milk. To serve, divide berries between four small glasses or bowls, top with 1/2 cup of the muesli and sprinkle with almonds.
For a grab and go morning breakfast, set small jars with lids or other travel containers up with berries the night before in the refrigerator. In the morning, stir the pudding, add berries and nuts, cap and go.