The key to this tasty recipe is the almond milk that you actually make! Yes, and it's good for you too. Almonds are high in healthy fats (such as omega fatty acids, typically found in fish), which helps to prevent high blood pressure and heart disease. It also barely impacts your blood sugar. Give it a try, especially if you're lactose intolerant.
• 2 cups oat flakes (can substitute with spelt or other grain flakes)
• 3 cups almond milk (or milk beverage of choice)
• 1 cup berries (your choice)
• ½ cup pumpkin seed
• 2 Tbsp flax oil
• ½ tsp vanilla
• ½ tsp nutmeg
Mix all ingredients together and place in casserole dish. Refrigerate overnight.
Tip: To make your own almond milk: soak 2 cups almonds in 4 cups water overnight. Discard the soaked water and rinse almonds. Place 1 cup of the almonds with 1 cup of pure water in a blender and blend for 3-5 minutes. Depending on the consistency you prefer, add the rest of the almonds and water to reach preferred richness. Strain and refrigerate. Will keep up to 3 days in a glass jar.