Two of my favourite things Pineapple and Coconut combined to make this delicious Pina Colada Overnight Oats.
Oh how I love a Pina colada cocktail, but do you know how many calories are in one of those delightful drinks? - approx 250 calories, - YIKES!!
It isn't really surprising though, as they taste sooo good.
and so when thinking of different combinations for overnight oats, which I have been loving lately, I just had to come up with a Pina Colada version.
I already gave you this amazing Pina Colada Baked Oatmeal, so why not overnight oats?
Overnight oats are perfect for when you are rushed for time, as you can make it up the night before and it's just a quick grab and go in the morning.
Hey don't just keep these for breakfast though, they make a really good dessert too.
Fresh Pineapple is sooo lovely. But it can be hard to pick a juicy ripe one.
A few tips I have picked along the way is to smell the bottom of the pineapple, if it smells fragrant like pineapple, that is good sign that it is ripe, you also want to make sure that it has a nice golden colour and is not too green and doesn't feel squishy, as that could be a sign it is overripe and the last thing you want is to cut into that lovely pineapple to find it has spoilt. Also you can gently tug at the leaves, if it comes away easy, that can also be a good sign of a ripe pineapple. I use these methods when picking a pineapple and so far so good. So give it a try next time you buy a pineapple and see if it works for you.
For the coconut flavour I use coconut extract and unsweetened shredded coconut, you can use coconut flavoured yoghurt instead if you can get some.
All that is left to decide is whether to enjoy this for breakfast or dessert.
- 40g (1.5 oz) of oats
- ½ cup (120ml) of fat free vanilla or coconut yoghurt (not Greek)
- 3 tbs of cashew or almond milk
- 100g of chopped fresh pineapple
- ½ tbs of sukrin: 1 or other sweetener of choice (optional)
- ½ tsp of coconut extract (only use if using vanilla yoghurt)
- 1 tbs of unsweetened shredded coconut
- Add to a bowl the yoghurt, cashew milk, oats, ½ of the pineapple, sukrin: 1 and coconut extract and mix well to combine.
- Spoon into a glass.
- Top with the remaining pineapple
- Sprinkle with the shredded coconut
- Refrigerate until ready to enjoy
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Nutrition InformationYield 1 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 261Total Fat 6.1gSaturated Fat 2.1gSodium 94mgCarbohydrates 44.3gFiber 5.2gSugar 16.6gProtein 9.2g