Organic Protein Powder For Runners

Organic Protein Powder For Runners

Organic Protein Powder For Runners | Easy Overnight Protein Oatmeal: Start your day off right!


The perfect quick, easy and healthy breakfast recipe. The best part about it? You don’t have to even cook it, you just have to put it together and put it in the fridge. It’s the perfect balance of carbs, protein and good fats. I eat this basically every day because it is so delicious and so easy to make and take to work or even in the car. Breakfast is a really important meal and sets you up for the whole day. Start your day off right with this delicious recipe.

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21 Replies to “Organic Protein Powder For Runners”

  1. I do intermittent fasting and hence want to consume them at 4pm and take them to my office at 9am. Will the recipe survive till 4pm or will it go bad?? Or do I make it in the morning. Pls advise. Note: I don't have a refrigerator at the office

  2. You are beautiful! You remind me one of the actors, Elina Pähklimägi! 🙂
    Anyway, seems like a nice fitness meal. I used to buy muesli, until I found out that it's filled with sugar, raisins and chocolate, which are definitely not healthy and made losing weight a total nightmare.
    Oatmeal is great though, I had a pretty okay diet plan a while back. As I was about 96kg, I thought about losing weight, so my plan was something like this..

    Breakfast – Oatmeal with peanuts.
    Dinner – About two or three boiled eggs.
    – Went to have a walk with my friend, while playing Ingress (keeps us motivated)
    Evening – Oatmeal with peanuts again.

    I also drank a lot of water and coffee, coffee without sugar of course. I went from 96kg to 85kg pretty fast and I didn't feel hungry at all, but sometimes it's hard to keep the diet plan. So I went back to eating potatoes, pasta and stuff like that. But I feel like I'm ready for another diet run, hopefully I'll lose few more kilos soon, as I have military service in one month.

  3. Literally eating this for the first time right now and I will for sure be working this into my breakfast rotation. I'm not huge on sweets and usually eat eggs for breakfast, but every once in a while I crave something different; so this is a nice easy recipe to switch things up. I used very few walnuts as I try to keep my fats down. Thank you!

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