Family life can get a bit hectic and especially starting off the week, there can be so much to have ready for everyone.
This easy acai overnight oats recipe is a healthy, simple breakfast for the whole family that you can make ahead of time for busy mornings and customise with many add-ins and toppings.
It's a great meal prep idea for Sunday night to prepare for the week ahead of breakfasts. We find after making these overnight oats once, it's easy to double the recipe so you don't run out by Monday night – everyone loves them!
This recipe is a great healthy breakfast that you can prepare in advance and it can last all week either until you want to enjoy or serving up portions each day from your "mother container" in the fridge.
Bonus: The 100% natural ingredients in Mayella Acai Berry Beautiful add a natural no-fuss, no-drama antioxidant boost to every bite! Feel free to mix it up and try your favourite Acai oats combination with added nuts or fruit toppings.
Serves 2-4 people in one to two serves, or double the recipe to enjoy over several days.
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