Chocolate Hazelnut Oats

Tuesday 2nd November, 2021  ●  Sarah Agius

Two words: CHOCOLATE + HAZELNUT.

Which is basically Nutella. Which a lot of us love.

This chocolate hazelnut overnight oats recipe has major Nutella vibes thanks to the perfect (naturally sweetened!) mixture of cocoa powder and hazelnuts. It’s creamy, EASY, and tastes like a major treat.

Ingredients:

50 g oats

1 tbsp raw cacao powder

1 tbsp chia seeds

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

150ml almond milk

INSTRUCTIONS

  • Simply mix everything together and pop in the fridge overnight. Top with hazelnuts, shredded coconut & cacao nibs.

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