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    Try Our Chayote & Noni Fruit Overnight Oats

    chayoteIf you love fruits and veggies but are looking for more variety in your diet, give chayote a try with our delicious overnight oat recipe! According to Pinterest, more and more people are looking for ways to incorporate this fruit-like veggie into their favorite recipes.

    What Is Chayote?

    Chayote is a tropical vegetable that originated in Mexico and Central America. It’s often mistaken as a fruit, even though it is a member of the gourd family.

    Texture-wise, chayote is like jicama. When ripe, the pear-shaped vegetable is sweet and is a suitable substitute for apples in many common recipes, like this one for a Kale Apple Sunflower Salad. Many who’ve tried it say its taste lands between a potato, an apple or a crisp pear. Yum!

    Chayote & Noni Fruit Overnight Oats

    Servings: 1


    ½ cup rolled oats

    2 tbsps. unsweetened applesauce

    1 tbsp. plain Greek yogurt

    ½ tsp. pure maple syrup

    ¼ tsp. BareOrganics Noni Fruit Powder

    ½ cup milk of your choice

    ½ chayote, chopped


    1. Place all ingredients, except chopped chayote, in a wide-mouth mason jar (or bowl).
    2. Place lid on jar and shake until everything is well combined. (Or stir if using a bowl and then cover with plastic wrap.)
    3. Refrigerate overnight.
    4. When ready to serve, stir in chopped chayote and enjoy.

    We’d love to hear your thoughts about this recipe! Once you’ve given it a try, leave your comments below.

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