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Start your morning with #QuakerOvernightBreakfastClub

Staying up early in the morning, the first thing I did is to prepare my breakfast while working my stuff on my laptop. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Within the first 30 minutes of waking up, it’s important to start up your metabolic system with a good meal so that you can get the strength and endurance to go about your day.


Most of the time, I skipped breakfast due to my hectic schedule at work. Though I’m working at home as a content writer and social media manager, I don’t have the time to sit down and munch some pastries.

What people don’t realize is that skipping breakfast, and starting the day hungry is the gateway to poor unhealthy choices.

The easiest way to control your food choices and inspire you to stay on track towards better health is to start your day with a healthy meal.  For those who have a fast-paced lifestyle, eating oats is the perfect and most convenient fix.

According to Anne Remulla-Canda, Marketing Manager for Nutrition says, “A lot of people actually think that oatmeal is hard to prepare. But it’s actually not, it’s not only easy, but a really convenient healthy breakfast option. It’s high in fiber, source of protein, vitamins and minerals that would give you the energy to start the day and keep you going.”

Quaker, a company who has had a long heritage of providing healthy mornings for over 140 years, is presenting an even more convenient way to give you healthy mornings: overnight oats. There’s no reason to skip breakfast!Remulla-Canda notes, “In the morning you can just grab it, have a quick breakfast fix in the morning or at your office. It’s also great because you can also customize it to your taste, ” she says.

              Recipe for overnight oats

Remulla-Canda notes, “In the morning you can just grab it, have a quick breakfast fix in the morning or at your office. It’s also great because you can also customize it to your taste, ” she says.

The colorful breakfast craze is popular for a reason:

It’s easy to make with items you likely already have on hand.

It requires zero cooking and can be prepped in 5 minutes.

It can be easily customized according to your taste.

It’s healthy.

It’s convenient.

It’s delicious!

It’s grab and go

During the launch of Quake Overnight Breakfast Club, an inspiring healthy morning welcomed us led by Joyce Pring, Wil Dasovich, Patti Grandidge and Lauren Young. They’ve shared their favorite Quaker Overnight Oats Club Recipes.

“I first made overnight oats a year ago. But I just really got into it. It’s the perfect time to get started too since so many fruits are in season,” said Grandidge.

Dasovich likes overnight oats because of its morning boost,  “I’ve found that oats allow me to start my day strong and keep me satisfied just in time for my next meal.”

Above everything else, however, is how easy Overnight Oats are to prepare. “All you need to know are three steps: (1) place the oats in the jar, (2) soak oats in milk, and (3) add your toppers. That’s it! Pop it in the fridge and you’ll have a nutritious and satiating breakfast that will get you through the busiest mornings,” Young said.

Prepare your breakfast the night before, and breakfast doesn’t have to be skipped and health no longer needs to be scarified. With a jar of overnight oats waiting for you each morning, you can just grab and go. Healthy mornings start at night with Quaker Oats.

You can be a part of  Quaker Overnight Breakfast Club by using the hashtag #QuakerOvernightBreakfastClub on social media. You can also win prizes from Quaker if you upload your healthy morning overnight breakfast oats creations on Instagram or Facebook using the hashtag.

For more healthy morning inspirations follow Quaker’s Facebook page @QuakerOatsPhilippines or visit the website.

About Christian Melanie Lee

Christian Melanie Lee is a freelance social media manager and web developer. She also devoted her time managing her food blog, and music/concert blog. One of the Hootsuite Ambassador for the Philippines since 2014 and currently working as social media manager for the local band, The Itchyworms. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.