Overnight Oats with Maple Roasted Figs & Pistachios

Overnight Oats with Maple Roasted Figs & Pistachios

Hey Friends, Happy Thursday!

So, a Few Things:
1. It’s feels like -35° ……… What. The. Heck.😱
2. I’m addicted to Figs. 
3. I’m still struggling with drinking more water, Help! 
4. Is Grey’s Anatomy back on tonight?🙏🏻

K, so I just thought I would share how I’m topping my Overnight Oats lately. The oats are my usual Easy Overnight Oats recipe which are really easy (Duh🙃) to whip up. And, it makes 3-4 servings so Breakfast for the week🙌🏻 #Winning. Now, like I just mentioned… I’m slightly addicted to Figs. They are delicious as is, but I must say That I’m loving this Maple Roasted Fig situation quite a bit.
Not only are they amazing on these oats but they would also delicious on:
My Fig & Ricotta Crostini’s (just swap the fresh figs with these babies)
– On a Cheese Board
– Mixed into yogurt
– In a grilled cheese…. Trust me on this one, so gooood. 
– You could also puree them into a jam. 

So many options!!! Anyways, here’s how I made them (so easy it’s ridiculous)!

  1. Preheat the oven to 375. 
  2. Slice 12 Figs in half. 
  3. Drizzle them with 2 TBSP Maple Syrup & 2 TBSP EVOO. Stir them around (gently so you don’t mash them up) just until they are all coated with the Maple/Oil. Sprinkle them with a pinch of salt. 
  4. Roast in the oven for 15-20 minutes until they are slightly browned, tender and delicious. You can give them a flip half way through cooking time.
  5. Use them right away or store them in the fridge until ready to use. 

If you want to add a savoury element to this, you could add some fresh thyme before roasting them. That would be really great if you want to use them to accompany a cheese dish, Yumm! 

So for my Oats, I also added some chopped Pistachios for a little crunch. So good!!!
Enjoy & Stay Warm (Maybe with a hot bowl of Tomato Soup, or some Butternut Squash Risotto😍)




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