Mix chia seeds, coconut milk, and honey together in a small bowl and pour the mixture in an airtight container. Top it with fresh mangos and coconut chips Let it set in refrigerator overnight. Remove it from the fridge, and make sure your pudding looks thick and the chia seeds have gelled.

Exude your charisma

In every month's "Exude Your Charisma" column, the publication team will be bringing into insights of different Jayceettes' lifestyles, this month we are excited to have Contributor, PM Tiffany to teach us how to make a quick delicious overnight oats breakfast. Follow Tweedlets on Facebook to learn more about Tiffany's healthy lifestyle and yummy treats! 

Say goodbye to hectic mornings and settling for a preservative-packed breakfast bar while running out the door. Overnight oats are the perfect solution to fuel your day properly, without having to get up at the crack of dawn. 

The basic premise of these recipes is simple: Mix up the ingredients — namely oats and some sort of liquid — before bed and allow them to soak overnight in the refrigerator. This long soaking time allows the liquid to soften the oats, eliminating the need for any sort of cooking method. In the morning, all you have to do is dig in!

Peanut butter Chocolate Oats:

- 1 ripe banana
- 1 tbsp peanut butter

- 90 grams oats  
- 100ml milk

- 1 tsp chia seed
- 1 tbsp flax seed milled
- Handful of almonds (optional)
- Toppings: Cacao Nibs

In a medium bowl, mash your banana with a fork. Add the remaining ingredients to the bowl and mix until well combined. Pour the mixture into two airtight containers and add a handful of cacao nibs and refrigerate overnight. When ready to eat, give the oats a good stir and dig in!


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As for something with an Asian twist, why not try using coconut milk and chia seeds! Not only high in anti-inflammatory omega-3s, this sweet chia pot takes like Coconut Tapioca Dessert (Xi Mi Lu). This make-ahead recipe will save you time while filling you up on fiber, and help you de-bloat.

- 1/4 cup chia seeds
- 1 cup light or full-fat coconut milk
- 1/2 tablespoon honey
- Toppings: Mangos and Coconut Chips or Shredded coconuts

Why oatmeal?


Oats contain slow carbohydrates, protein, and essential fatty acids; that feeds the good bacteria and helps contain a healthy gut flora. These good bacteria have been shown to produce chemicals that are good for our hearts and gut linings. 

The Problem:


Phytic Acid - Oats as well as other grains, contain a high amount of phytic acid. In our digestive tract, phytic acid binds to minerals such as magnesium, calcium, iron, and zinc, which make them indigestible in the body. It also acts as an inhibitor for important digestive enzymes such as pepsin, amylase, and trypsin.


The Solution:


Soaking - Before I go to bed, I prepare my breakfast for the next day by mixing oats and milk in a small dish or jar. You can also use water, almond milk, or coconut milk instead. Adding more protein, I always put in a handful of almonds, too. I store it at room temperature, but you can also put it in the fridge. Overnight, the oats and almonds swell up and the phytic acid is reduced. The next morning you can either choose to eat the oatmeal raw or to heat it up. You can also simply top with fruit and spices and eat and try with different toppings and different type of milk and even adding superfoods in them!

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