3 healthy strawberry breakfast recipes

Who does not know it? Time is short early in the morning. You have to hurry to get to work, school or another appointment as punctually as possible. The problem: There is not time for a delicious and, above all, healthy breakfast. That’s why here are three delicious recipes that you can prepare the evening before, so that the next day you just have to pack your small meal in your bag and take it with you to work!

Recipes by Lisa Lehmann

The first recipe are “overnight oats”. “Overnight oats” are basically oats soaked overnight. Sounds unspectacular at first, but with the right ingredients it can be turned into a tasty and wholesome meal! These “overnight oats” are served in cheesecake style! As you can see, there are three layers based on the old familiar cheesecake! The ingredients are of course modified to match the breakfast, but visually you can definitely see that a cheesecake was the model here! Right at the bottom of the glass is the “Overnight Oats” part, which is given a pleasant nutty aroma by chopped nuts and peanut butter. Then comes the creamy part, which consists of yogurt refined with vanilla extract and agave syrup. On top of that comes the fruit topping at the end. For this we take fresh strawberries. They are the perfect end to this delicious recipe in terms of taste and appearance!

Strawberry “Bircher muesli”

For one person

10 minutes preparation time

The second recipe is a strawberry “Bircher muesli”. For a Bircher muesli we also need oats soaked overnight. This time, however, these are not soaked in milk, but in orange juice and refined with yogurt the next day. This makes them nice and creamy, but also has a pleasant acidity and fruitiness. In the morning, all you have to do is add the yogurt and a few chopped strawberries and banana and the second quick breakfast recipe is ready!


1 tbsp (10 g) of flaxseed

2 tbsp (20) g chopped walnuts

4 tbsp (60 g) rolled oats

1 Cup (200 ml) orange juice

2 tbsp yogurt (e.g. oat yogurt)

a hand full of strawberries (100 g)

½ banana


1. The day before:

Mix the flaxseed with the walnuts and the oats and add the orange juice. Let it soak in the

refrigerator overnight.

2. The next morning:

Stir in the yogurt and cut the strawberries and the banana into small pieces and add them

as well. Take the glass with you and enjoy your ‘to go’ breakfast!

Overnight oats – cheesecake style

For one person

15 minutes preparation time


5 tbsp rolled oats

1 teaspoon chopped nuts (e.g. hazelnuts)

1 large teaspoon of peanut butter

1 teaspoon agave syrup some vanilla extract

1/4 cup (60 ml milk) (e.g. oat milk)

2/3 cup (150 g) yogurt (e.g. oat/ cashew yogurt)

2 teaspoons agave syrup

some vanilla extract

a hand full of strawberries (100 g)

1 tbsp strawberry jam (best homemade!)

Preparation the day before:

1. Mix the oats and nuts and pour into a suitable glass. Add the milk and then mix in the vanilla extract and peanut butter. Place in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes so that the oatmeal can swell a little.

2. In the meantime, mix the yogurt with the agave syrup and a little vanilla extract and set aside.

3. Cut the strawberries into small pieces and fold in the strawberry jam.

4. Take the glass with the oatmeal-milk mixture out of the refrigerator and carefully spread the yogurt cream on it. Finally, distribute the strawberry mixture on the yogurt cream.

5. Put the glass in the fridge and take it out the next day and enjoy ‘to go overnight oats breakfast”!

Self-made strawberry Yogurt

For one person

10 minutes preparation time

Finally, there is a recipe idea for a quick and self-made strawberry yogurt. For the strawberry yogurt

you just need three ingredients that you stir together and you have a delicious and, above all, healthier strawberry yogurt!


1 Cup (250 ml) yogurt (e.g. oat yogurt)

2 teaspoons of strawberry jam (best homemade!)

a hand full of strawberries (100 g)

some granola (best homemade!)


1. The day before:

Cut the strawberries into small pieces and mix with the yogurt and jam. Cover and place in

the refrigerator.

2. Fill the Granola in a separate glass to take with you. (It is best to fill the granola into a

separate, smaller glass, so it does not get soft, but stays nice and crispy!)

3. Take both glasses with you the next morning and enjoy the ‘to go’ breakfast!

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