While baked oats still seem to be dominating Instagram and TikTok as popular breakfast options this new year, another quirky recipe has swept onto the food scene, and meal prep fans are loving it.
Similar to overnight oats, this delicious dish is made using wheat biscuits instead.
Soaked in milk and topped with yoghurt, it’s low in calories, fat and perfect if you’re in a hurry.
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Made in a jar, like the one pictured in the video above, or any container you have lurking in the kitchen cupboard, you simply keep it in the fridge until you are ready to eat it.
Healthy foodie @cakeontherun has shared her recipe for overnight lemon cheesecake, and it tastes just like dessert.
Super quick and easy to make, you can prepare it on a Sunday night ready to enjoy as soon as you wake up the next day. Or you can dive into it straight away if you can’t resist.
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Overnight lemon cheesecake recipe (serves 1)
- 2 x wheat biscuits
- Splash of any milk
- 3 tbsp any plain yoghurt
- 3 tbsp lemon yoghurt (or use plain with 1 tsp lemon essence, 1 tsp sweetener and a pinch of turmeric)
- Smash the biscuits into a jar or any container with a lid.
- Pour your choice of milk over the biscuits so they are covered.
- Top with plain yoghurt and then lemon yoghurt.
- If you’re making your own lemon yoghurt, simply mix plain yoghurt with lemon essence, sweetener and turmeric – it will give it a yellow colour).
- Pop a lid on and leave in the fridge until you want to eat it.
Make it vegan – use dairy free yoghurt and milk such as coconut, oat, almond or soya.
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