Breakfast can be an important meal whether you’re working towards mass gain or weight loss. But, busy and rushed mornings can often make it difficult to consistently get a nutritious breakfast in.
In today’s post Capital District Sport and Fitness Registered Dietitian and Precision Nutrition Level 2 Coach Samantha Jill shows you how to make overnight oats, a simple and nutrient dense breakfast that is quick and easy to make, you can take on the go, and can be adjusted for mass gain or weight loss.
Here’s what to do:
Mass gain= more toward 1 cup, Weight loss= more toward ½ cup
Less milk=thicker consistency, more= thinner consistency
Choices: Almond Milk, Cow’s Milk, Soy Milk, Coconut Milk, Hemp Milk
½ scoop to 1 scoop should be enough for each serving. Be sure to stir protein powder into mixture.
🍓Step 5: Add Your Fruit Now if you want it to absorb some of the liquid or wait until morning if you prefer it to not.
Step 6: Let mixture sit in fridge overnight
🥜Step 7: For mass gain add nut butter or your choice of nuts in the morning for added calories.
👊Give it a try next time you know you have a busy morning and need to fit breakfast in!