Protein Soaked Oats
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Protein Soaked Oats

Protein soaked oats 

Protein Soaked Oats

Cooking Details

Serves: 1

Prep: 5 min

Soak: 5 hours

Difficulty: Easy

Nutritional Details

Calories: 457

Protein: 46g

Carbs: 52g

Fats: 6g


Protein soaked oats has to be one of my favourite breakfast options for many different reasons.

✔️ It taste’s great ✔️ It’s quick to make ✔️ It’s portable ✔️ Plenty of taste variations ✔️ It’s versatile ✔️Satiating ✔️ Well balanced ✔️ It’s cheap ✔️It’s nutritious.

The basic ingredients of this meal can be found below under ingredients. Following on from that you can literally put any spin on this dish to make it more palatable for your personal preferences. 

Add fruits, nuts and seeds to enhance nutrition, calories, good fats and energy in context to your personal goals. Increase the oats and good fats if you’re trying to gain weight and reduce all ingredients if you are cutting body fat. Of course you can speak with a coach for further support 

Protein Soaked Oats Variation2




  1. Get your serving bowl and scales ready.
  2. Now add all ingredients 60g of oats, 100g fage 0% yoghurts, 200ml skimmed milk,1 scoop CNP Peptide Protein Powder (any flavour), 50ml Vanilla skinny syrup.
  3. Mix well until all ingredients are thoroughly dispersed.
  4. Cover bowl with lid or cling film and place in the fridge for 5 hours at least.  
  5. Add fresh ingredients like fruits and berries on the day or moment you will eat. 

A Few Variations

Protein Soaked Oats Variations

For a further health boost why not try adding:

Blueberries, strawberries, raspberries & chia seeds. Great for even more fibre, good fats (including omega 3), vitamins and minerals.

For adding size or muscle maybe try this:

  • Increase oats (to 100g), add 30g almonds, 1 banana, and 20g of almond butter.

For losing weight perhaps try this:

  • Reduce oats to (to 40g) replace milk with water, 10g fresh ginger, 10g fresh turmeric, 15g cocoa powder. Great for boasting metabolism.


Why not batch prepare these bowls and get creative with variations to match your taste preferences. 

These can be kept in the fridge for up to 5 days. Great then for a grab and go meal to take with you during a busy week. 

Don’t forget to add additional calories and macros where you alter or add the recipe. Did you like this recipe? Check out this roast chicken and pea risotto dish for an evening meal idea.


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