Every now and then even the healthiest people in the world want something rich, indulgent and naughty for breakfast. The next time you feel like grabbing a slice of leftover cheesecake (I’m sceptical such a thing as leftover cheesecake exists, but in some fridges it does…apparently) or a handful of cookies for your morning meal, make these black forest overnight oats instead. Loaded with rich dark chocolate and sweet, juicy cherries, this honestly tastes more like an indulgent dessert than a healthy breakfast!
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Seriously, delete all the other healthy cheesecake recipes you’ve ever had because this easy skinny cheesecake recipe really is the best in the world. It’s deliciously rich, lusciously creamy and it’s got that heavenly buttery graham cracker crust that really makes a cheesecake a proper cheesecake. And all this for hardly any fat, sugar or calories. This really is a recipe you’ll want to keep forever!
How much do you love Starbucks Cranberry Bliss Bars? So much so that you’d happily gorge on them for breakfast? Then you’re in luck! This recipe combines all the sweet, sugary deliciousness of the iconic coffee shop sweet treat with all the goodness of wholesome overnight oats to create a breakfast made in heaven you don’t have to feel guilty about eating.