Total TimePrep: 10 min. + chilling
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Initially I made this recipe from Taste of Home exactly as written. Since then, I've made a couple of the variations given, and slightly adapted ones as well. I use almond milk instead of regular milk, and greek yogurt. I am not a fan of walnuts, so sometimes I use pecans, sometimes I use granola. It's great with either honey or maple syrup. I also add a teaspoon of chia seeds, and a dash of cinnamon.
This was really good! I tried the Banana Bread version of this recipe and will definitely make it again (with just a little less maple syrup...it was a bit on the sweet side for my taste buds!) Yum!
I added almonds and chocolate chips. The honey makes it sweet so I would recommend using half the amount stated to begin with. Due to allergies I tried it without and with subbing one tablespoon of sour cream for the yogurt. Both tasted good but the one using sour cream had a creamier texture.
Easy and delicious make ahead breakfast!