Oats Orange Pudding Recipe
Looking for a healthy recipe to start your day? Next up, here’s a quick and easy orange flavored oat pudding. Harnessing the goodness of oats, orange juice, pomegranate, and dried fruit, this recipe is not only delicious but also packed with health-promoting nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. If you are also planning a healthy diet, this is for you!
Oat Orange Pudding Ingredients
1/2 tablespoon oatmeal
2 tablespoons pomegranate seeds
2 teaspoons raisins
water as needed
3/4 cup orange juice
1/4 pound orange peel
sugar as needed
How To Make Oat Orange Pudding
Cook the oatmeal
To make this quick and easy recipe, add 1/2 cup water and orange juice to a saucepan. Once the mixture is warm, add the Quaker oatmeal and cook for 2-3 minutes.
Turn off the heat and add the pomegranate pearls, orange peel, raisins, and sugar to taste. Mix and enjoy.
To make it healthier, you can replace sugar with honey/jaggery/maple syrup. You can also add nuts or seeds to give it a crunchy texture.
Fixings in Vanilla Orange Short-term Oats
squeezed orange – the squeezed orange I’m utilizing for this recipe is Trop50, which has half less sugar and calories. It has a wonderful citrus flavor and is made with fresh oranges rather than concentrate.
vanilla protein powder – for an additional boost of protein.
outdated moved oats – moved oats are awesome for short-term oats. Moment/fast oats and steel cut oats don’t work the equivalent since they don’t ingest fluid like moved oats do.
almond milk: Although any milk will do, I prefer unsweetened vanilla almond milk.
Although using vanilla extract enhances the flavor of the vanilla, it is not necessary.
chia seeds: These tiny seeds add some fiber, protein, and omega-3 fatty acids to the oats. They also help the oats absorb some of the liquid, making them thicker.
cinnamon – gives it a little kick!
slashed walnuts – I love the additional crunch the walnuts provide for the oats.
orange zest is optional, but it contributes to the flavor enhancement of the orange.
Short-term Oats Proportion
The base “recipe” for short-term oats is so straightforward! The hardest part is getting the right proportion of oats to fluid, yet on the off chance that you follow my recipes you’ll be set!
I go for the gold proportion of moved oats to drain, in addition to half as much yogurt. So for 1 cup of oats, I utilize 1 cup of milk + 1/2 cup of yogurt (or an extra 1/2 cup of milk). For this recipe, I’m skirting the yogurt and utilizing squeezed orange. This appears to give the oats the ideal consistency, not excessively thick, yet entirely not soupy. For the fluid, I typically go for non-dairy milk like almond milk, yet you can utilize anything that milk you have available and to analyze you can take a stab at utilizing various fluids like natural product juice.