Spruce up your morning porridge: Foodie reveals her secret recipe for tiramisu-inspired overnight oats
- A young fitness fanatic has shown off her recipe for tiramisu overnight oats
- The recipe calls for protein powder, oats, water, coffee and cottage cheese
- Once the breakfast has been made it should be refrigerated for three hours
A young fitness fanatic has revealed how to make delicious tiramisu-inspired overnight oats as a flavour-packed twist on the traditional breakfast food.
The high-protein breakfast idea was shared by the foodie behind Simply High Protein on TikTok and contains 30g of protein and 300 calories per serve.
The recipe calls for instant oats with added protein, 20g of protein powder, instant coffee, yoghurt or cottage cheese and water.
A young fitness fanatic has revealed how to make delicious tiramisu-flavoured overnight oats for your breakfast
The home cook shares high-protein meals on her TikTok and Instagram accounts
Recipe: How to make Tiramisu Overnight Oats
1/2 cup of rolled oats
20g protein powder of choice
240 ml any liquid of choice (water)
1/4 cup cottage cheese mixed with 1 tsp stevia and a dusting of cocoa powder
1. Combine all the dry ingredients in a separate bowl and then top with the cottage cheese/liquid mixture
2. Refrigerate overnight
The young woman combines the coffee, oat and water before microwaving for two minutes.
She then stirs in the protein powder and layers oat mix and cottage cheese or yoghurt into the jar.
She does two layers of each in her jar before topping the cake-flavoured dessert with cocoa powder.
The high-protein breakfast idea was shared by the TikTok user behind the simply high protein account and contains 30g of protein and 300 calories per serve
These tiramisu protein pancakes are another favourite from the young home cook’s online recipe collection
The jar is then put into the fridge ‘overnight’ or for a minimum of three hours before it can be eaten.
The video quickly went viral and has been seen 1.9million times with more than 100k hitting like or leaving a comment on the platform.
The young woman from Lebanon made the video as part of a series showing off seven days of high-protein breakfasts.
Other recipes include healthy peanut butter and jam sandwiches, Nutella pancakes and lava baked oats.