Mireille's Journey To Health


Paleo Overnight Tropical Refrigerator N’oats’


I used to love oatmeal.  In fact, I loved it so much, when my husband and I would argue, instead of showing up with flowers, he’d show up with a canister of oatmeal.  In fact, I only stopped eating oats a couple of months ago.  I felt like I tolerated oats just fine, but I decided to try a month completely grain-free to see if it made a difference.  It did!  I’m both mind-blown and bummed.  I mean, I’m thrilled with how good I feel, but it stinks that I only feel this way without my beloved oats.

I’ve been craving oats so much lately!  I’ve seen a lot of posts about no-oat alternatives.  I figured if other people could do it, so could I.  I pulled out some different ingredients that sounded good.  The result was amazing.  I could eat this breakfast, lunch, and dinner if I allowed myself!


1/4 cup unsweetened coconut chips (you can find organic at Wal-Mart)

1/4 cup almond slices (or slivered almonds)

4 unsweetened dried apricots, finely chopped

1 Tbsp maple syrup (optional, but very yummy)

3 Tbsp full-fat coconut milk

1 Tbsp water

Sprinkle of cinnamon, for garnish

Coconut milk, optional to pour a little more on top

Directions:  Place coconut chip, almond slices, chopped apricots, maple syrup, full-fat coconut milk, and water in an airtight container in the fridge overnight.  Before closing the container, thought, give it a little stir to ensure it’s all well mixed.  The following morning.  Pour the contents into your blender and pulse for about 30 seconds.  You want to retain some texture.  I kept mine pretty chunky.  I always like chunkier oats.  The old-fashioned oats were always so much better than the scrawny minute one.  Once you’re happy with the texture, scoop into a bowl.  I sprinkled mine with a little cinnamon and added a splash of coconut milk on top.  I used to love pouring extra milk on top of my oatmeal.  Well, there you have it!  Enjoy!


One comment on “Paleo Overnight Tropical Refrigerator N’oats’

  1. wendy olmstead
    August 10, 2015


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