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This simple & quick recipe of mouth-watering overnight oats contains raspberries, which are very high in vitamin C, and tahini — a paste of sesame seeds — which is high in copper, to keep your blood & bones healthy. Tahini has a higher protein content than most nuts, keeping you satisfied for longer. The bitter tahini & tangy raspberries provide an amazing contrast of flavors which goes splendidly well with the sweet banana. I start craving this breakfast just thinking about it!

Overnight Oats With Raspberries and Tahini [Vegan]

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Ingredients You Need for Overnight Oats With Raspberries and Tahini [Vegan]

  • 1 cup oats
  • ¾ cup water
  • 1 banana, mashed
  • dash of cinnamon
  • ⅓ cup raspberries, chopped
  • 1 tablespoon tahini
  • a handful of walnuts

How to Prepare Overnight Oats With Raspberries and Tahini [Vegan]

  1. At night, place the cup of oats in a bowl (or mason jar) and cover with water. Soak overnight.*
  2. In the morning, add all other ingredients to the bowl.
  3. Mix well & enjoy!
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Though soaking is beneficial, you can make this recipe in the morning without soaking as well.

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Nutritional Information

Total Calories: 625 | Total Carbs: 86g | Total Fat: 25g | Total Protein: 17g | Total Sodium: 3mg | Total Sugar: 15g

Note: The information shown is based on available ingredients and preparation. It should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.

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  1. These recipes look yummy, but J am just a bit reticent to try them as I am a celiac and notice that a number of the recipes include oats, and yet still claim to be gluten free. I know that there are oats that are grown and processed in areas that are gluten free, and claim to be edible to some people who cannot tolerate gluten, but this is a far cry from being and claiming gluten free status, and although I seem to be able to tolerate very small amounts of oats, I don\’t like to push it. I think that at least your inclusion of oats in recipes that claim gluten free status need at least a disclaimer. I did search on your website for oats-gluten free to see if there was anything, but nothing came up other than recipes. Please accept this in the light that I am attempting to be helpful rather than critical, I really enjoy your newsletters, and the inspiration that I gleen from your recipe section.