If you’re anything like me, you want to have your Saturday morning sweat session and your brunch, too. I always seem to sacrifice my morning workout if I’m meeting friends out (and let’s be honest, post-brunch exercise sounds about as appealing as a trip to the DMV). Whipping together something at home has been my favorite thing as of late – a win-win, if you ask me.I’m excited to partner with The Quaker Oats Company to show you how to throw together an easy brunch sans any fuss!
The last thing I want to do when I get home from a workout class is make a full meal in the kitchen, so being able to prepare nearly everything the night before is key.
First things first, Quaker’s new Overnight Oats. They couldn’t be easier to prepare! You simply pop the top, fill with your favorite milk (or non-dairy option, which I’ve been playing around with lately!), and then set them in the refrigerator so they can work their magic overnight. The Overnight Oats are made with 100% whole grain oats and other grains, which provide a good amount of dietary fiber (10 grams of fat or less per container), and you won’t find any artificial flavors or colors added.
As for the rest of the brunch spread, I like to add scrambled eggs, bacon, fresh fruit, and donuts – the perfect mix of savory and sweet!
I told you this was easy. Steep, sleep, eat, and then repeat for brunch again on Sunday for back-to-back hassle-free mornings — I won’t tell!
This post was sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company, but all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the brands that help make 26 and Not Counting the best it can be!
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