Yogi Tea Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats | Yogi Tea

 

Oats are a great source of calcium, protein, and fiber – making them an excellent choice for an energizing breakfast. Another great benefit to these tasty grains? They’re incredibly easy to prepare ahead, and incredibly easy to customize with your favorite toppings – and favorite Yogi tea!

Swap in your favorite Yogi tea in place of water or milk when preparing oats for added healthful purpose  – we recommend using one of our eight delicious Black teas.

Try this recipe with: 

Yogi Tea Overnight Oats can be prepared up to 2 days in advance if stored in an air-tight container and refrigerated.

Yogi Tea Overnight Oats

Recipe adapted from The Kitchn

2 bags of Yogi tea; preferably one of our Black teas (we used Caramel Apple Spice Slim Life)

2 cups water

1 cup steel-cut oats

Scant 1/8 teaspoon kosher salt

Assorted toppings – Suggested (as shown):

Fruit: Blackberries, Mango, Strawberries

Nuts & Seeds: Walnuts, Chia Seeds, Coconut

 

Preparation: 

(1) Bring the water to a boil, add the tea bags, turn off heat, steep 5 minutes.

(2) Discard tea bags, then stir the oats and salt into the tea.

(3) Cover and let sit overnight at room temperature. Reheat in the morning and serve with your choice of toppings.

 

~ Enjoy & Be Well! ~


6 Comments

  • Laura Ohler says:

    The “Yogi Tea Overnight Oats” appear to be quick and easy to prepare…More importantly though, they sound like a delicious way to start the day! I can’t wait to make ‘me and TRY ‘EM! Yummmm!

  • Dear Karta Purkh

    Please provide your opinion on the types of Yogi Tea and Ayurvedic solutions best suited to aid my health maintenance:

    Anaemia

    Tiredness/Fatigue

    Low Energy

    Many thanks

    Judith

  • Becca Lesser says:

    Hi, Laura! Thanks so much for your positive message – we’re happy to confirm that Yogi Overnight Oats are both quick and easy to prepare, and a tasty way to being your morning! We hope you enjoy 🙂

    Thanks again, and be well!

  • Becca Lesser says:

    Hi there Judith,

    Thanks so much for your question! Please note that here at Yogi, we take a conservative stand when it comes to individual health, especially with regard to specific medical conditions such as Anemia, Fatigue, and Low Energy. Given that everyone can respond uniquely to particular herbs and botanicals, we strongly recommend you consult your qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have about your individual health and the consumption of Yogi teas. He or she is best suited to identify any substances to which you may be uniquely sensitive, and to make a recommendation in light of your personal medical profile.

    That being said, you may be interested in our line of Energy teas, which are purposefully formulated to naturally energize your body and mind. Additionally, you may find the following Tea Talk Blog Posts to be informative:

    Herbs for Yogi Part 1: Stamina
    Energizing Teas
    Stay Energized

  • Valerie says:

    Is there any sweetener used in making your Egyptian Licorice tea other than the licorice root itself? If so, what do you use?

    I LOVE this tea and find it helps with my digestion. However, I’m not able to consume any sweeteners at this time.

    Thank you for your help!

  • Yogi says:

    Hi There Valerie,

    Thanks so much for your question! At Yogi, we do not add artificial sweeteners or refined table sugars to any of our teas. However, many of our teas do have a naturally sweet flavor profile due to certain natural ingredients such as Licorice Root (as is the case with Egyptian Licorice) and/or Stevia Leaf. You can view a full list of ingredients by visiting the Egyptian Licorice product page on our site, and then selecting the “Supplement Facts” button located to the right of the carton image. We hope this helps!

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