Starbucks has launched The Overnight Grains, a new vegan breakfast option available in about 600 Starbucks locations in New York.
The Overnight Grains layered pot contains coconut milk with steel oats, quinoa, and chia seeds, topped off with coconut, almonds, and tropical compote.
This breakfast pot has six grams of protein and 360 calories per serving.
The pot was previously trialled in 2017, but will now be rolling out to 600 stores. The option is currently available only at locations in the New York area, but if it proves popular, the coffee chain may roll it out to other locations.
Starbucks has a number of vegan options, including non-dairy milks (soy, almond, and coconut), an avocado spread, mini cupcake, and oatmeal with steamed soy milk.
Try Making Your Own Coconut Milk Breakfast!
Even if you don’t feel like going to Starbucks, you can still enjoy a delicious and healthy breakfast with coconut milk. Here are some fantastic coconut recipes from the Food Monster App to give you some ideas.
Coconut Flour Porridge with Roasted Apricots
Try making this Coconut Flour Porridge with Roasted Apricots from Elsa Brobbey for a nourishing breakfast. You can use coconut or almond milk to make the porridge, with coconut sugar or maple syrup giving it a hint of sweetness.
Protein-Packed Breakfast Quinoa Bowl
This Protein-Packed Breakfast Quinoa Bowl by Jesse Lane Lee makes a filling breakfast with all the plant-based protein you’ll need to start your day right. Top off the quinoa bowl with coconut milk and blueberries for a delicious breakfast!
Coconut and Passionfruit Chia Pudding
This Coconut and Passionfruit Chia Pudding recipe by Koko Brill calls for coconut cream, combining passionfruit and chia seeds for a breakfast option that’s creamy, fruity, and filling.
Turmeric Coconut Milk Vegetable Curry
Coconut milk is also an excellent base for curry, and this Turmeric Coconut Milk Vegetable Curry from Molly Ashworth proves exactly why. Tangy shallots, garlic and turmeric make up the flavors in this tasty, nutritious curry.
Looking for more coconut milk ideas like How To Make Your Own Coconut Milk and Yogurt? Try downloading the Food Monster App. The app is available for both Android and iPhone, and can also be found on Instagram and Facebook. The app has more than 10,000 plant-based, allergy-friendly recipes, and subscribers gain access to new recipes every day. Check it out!
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