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You Can Now Make 'Bounty' Overnight Oats And We're Obsessed

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You Can Now Make 'Bounty' Overnight Oats And We're Obsessed

If you're a fan of creating all kinds of delicious overnight oats flavours, then listen up; we've got a new one for you.

One TikToker, Evelyn - aka @evelynleia - has created 'Bounty' flavoured overnight oats - and they look so delicious.

Check out the video below:

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"These Bounty overnight oats are possibly my favourite flavour I've done so far, they're so good," explains Evelyn.

So, how do you create them at home?

Well, Evelyn mixes oats, milk and coconut yogurt in a bowl before adding an extra layer of coconut yogurt on top. She then melts dark chocolate and coconut oil and pops that on top too, before leaving in the fridge to set overnight.

They look so yummy.

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The oats looks incredible (Credit: TikTok/@evelynleia)
The oats looks incredible (Credit: TikTok/@evelynleia)

"This is genius thank you," one person wrote.

While another said: "This was amazing! Just had this for breakfast! Thank you."

And a third added: "This looks amazing omg! Definitely going to try this."

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We know what we're making for brekky this week!

It's super easy to make (Credit: TikTok/@evelynleia)
It's super easy to make (Credit: TikTok/@evelynleia)

It's not the only delicious overnight oats recipe we've told you about recently.

One TikToker has been making Caramilk overnight oats - and we are drooling. This recipe uses both Lotus Biscoff spread and Caramilk to create an extra sweet breakfast treat.

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To make the oats, all you need to do is firstly mash banana in a large bowl with maple syrup and yoghurt. When all that’s combined, add in milk and chia seeds and mix again.

You can then add in oats and mix it all up one more time until fully combined.

You'll then need to make your caramel - simply stir maple syrup, salted caramel protein and almond milk into melted Biscoff and spread over the oats. Finally for the Caramilk ganache, add Caramilk and coconut yogurt in the microwave for 30 seconds before pouring on top of the oats and placing in the fridge overnight.

You can follow the full recipe on how to create it here.

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/@evelynleia

Topics: Food and Drink

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