Peach Overnight Oats

Peach Overnight Oats

An excellent way to start the day is to have delicious peach overnight oats for breakfast. This meal combines juicy peaches and chia seeds, loaded with flavors and nutrition in a single serving.

A serving of Peach Overnight Oats

Peach and oats are a great combination. You can make great puddings, peach pie, or even these easy overnight oats for you and your kids. Likewise, peach lovers across the globe are looking for seasonal, sweet, and juicy peaches.

According to agricultural websites, peach is one of the world's most popular fruits. Peaches are cultivated and grow widely depending on weather patterns, labor, and supply chains. Moreover, statistics say China, Spain, and the United States are the top growers and producers of varietals of peaches. You can buy peaches in most supermarkets throughout the globe because of imports.

Peach Overnight Oats with fresh peaches in the background

You can buy varietals of peaches in groceries, depending on where they come from. These fruits may come in flesh colors, yellow or white. Peach varieties are also classified according to the size or characteristics of their seeds.

Health Benefits

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One medium peach contains 50 calories, 15 grams of carbohydrates, 2 grams of fiber, and a gram of protein. Peaches also score a low glycemic index of around 44. This GI score indicates that eating a peach won't raise your glucose levels.

Ingredients

Ingredients for Peach Overnight Oats
  • Oat milk
  • Old-fashioned rolled oats
  • Maple syrup
  • Vanilla extract
  • Chia seeds
  • Chopped peach

How to Make Peach Overnight Oats

  1. Mixing ingredients: Mix all the ingredients in a large mason jar with a lid.
  2. Refrigeration: Refrigerate overnight.
Mixing all the ingredients

3.  Ready to serve: Serve as a tasty breakfast.

FAQs

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How can you remove the peach seed?

Use a small knife to slice the peach vertically around the stone. Lightly twist the peach to separate the halves. Using the blade or a small spoon, scoop out the stone. You can use the knife to slice and lift the stone, just like removing an avocado seed.


Can you ingest the seed?

No. Ingesting the seed or the stone will release poisonous hydrogen cyanide. Discard the stone immediately to avoid endangering yourself or your family. If you swallow it, call the doctor immediately.


Do you need to peel the peach?

Peach skin is edible, safe, and healthy for most people. According to research, peach contains a high concentration of antioxidants and dietary fiber, making peach a healthy choice for a snack or breakfast.


Can you use instant oats instead of old-fashioned rolled oats?

Yes. You can use either rolled oats or instant oats in this recipe. They contain the same nutritional value; they only differ in processing.

Other Tips

  • You can use a whole peach instead of a half-peach. Use a bigger mason jar instead.
  • You can use any plant-based milk of your choice, whether almond milk or soya milk. Check your allergy situation before using other kinds of milk.