Overnight Oats: Brekki Review
Hey Guys! I’m not sure if you know this but, I have been obsessed lately with overnight oats. They are super filling, easy to make and great on a budget. I’ve been making my own for some time now and bringing them to work however, sometimes I dread making them the night before.
That is why I was so excited I had won a giveaway for Brekki Overnight Oats, a premade/prepackaged plant based overnight oats company.
I wasn’t sure which flavors would be best, since they do not carry Brekki in NC, so I ordered the variety pack. This included: Strawberry, Blueberry, Coconut Cardamom and Original. I decided to do an Overnight Oats Brekki Review for those of you who love to eat healthy on the go and may want a new breakfast alternative!
Fruit Flavors: Strawberry and Blueberry
I must admit the overnight oats I currently make are only made with banana so I was curious to try the berry flavored ones. These flavors were about the same consistency wise, I didn’t love them but I didn’t hate them either.
Perhaps it’s because I made my own overnight oats, and I am used to a certain consistency and taste, is why they threw me off?
It had a weird aftertaste to me the first couple bites then my palette would adjust and it would be good. I would pair it with coconut flakes and half a banana to spruce it up.
Traditional Flavors: Original and Coconut Cardamom
Hail the Hallelujah Chorus, these flavors were DELICIOUS. The original may have been my favorite (paired with cinnamon and half a banana) but the coconut cardamom was a close second, I would definitely buy these flavors on my own.
It had almost a rice pudding type taste but still had the overnight oats feel to it, for all the vegans out there rejoice for this plant based company and buy these flavors ASAP.
I was sad to see that Brekki is only sold in stores in California, but hoping this little start up makes it big and will end up on NC shelves. It’s only a matter of time until people catch on to how delicious and healthy overnight oats are.
For those wondering the nutrition breakdown they ran about 300 calories, 7 grams of sugar, 7 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein.
Have you ever tried overnight oats? What are your favorite flavors and toppings? Leave it in the comments.