Now that the weather has cooled down, it finally seems like the perfect season to stretch out, unwind and give in to the laziness that comes with the gloomy weather. Waking up a few hours early just to set up a meal takes away the joy of snuggling in bed while it rains outside.
This season give in to all those lazy indulges. The plan is to put together a meal without the extra effort of cooking it up. So, buy yourself a little more time in bed and try these no-cook recipes that are perfect for those lazy monsoon days.
Cut your morning breakfast prep time completely with these overnight oats. They don’t need any boiling or microwaving. Just leave them overnight in a jar with some milk, chia seeds, bananas or any other fruit and wake up to a scrumptious breakfast that will keep you powered up all day.
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Full of proteins and healthy fats, devilled eggs make for a filling and delicious meal. All you need is a kettle or microwave to boil the eggs. It should take about 3 minutes for medium sized eggs. Once the eggs are boiled and cooled, peel the shells and cut them into two halves. Gently scoop out the yolk and mash it with some mayonnaise, mustard and condiments. Put the yolk mixture in a piping bag and squeeze out the mash into the halved whites.
Don’t slave away in the kitchen all morning, make this quick tuna wrap for lunch instead. Mix some tuna, onion, parsley and olives in one bowl. Take another bowl and whisk together olive oil, lemon juice, salt and pepper. Pour this dressing over the tuna mixture and combine it well. Now place the tuna salad on each wrap and top with it some tomato slices and greens.
Oreo cookie popcorn
Butter and caramel are so ancient, how about some impressive Oreo cream popcorn for the next Netflix and Chill night. With only three ingredients—popcorn, Oreos and white chocolate you can make this delicious snack in minutes. All you have to do is, crush the Oreos, melt the chocolate and mix them together with the popped popcorn.
Sprouts are loaded with proteins, antioxidants and a bunch of nutrients that make it a power-packed meal. Steam them in an electric steamer and mix in some tomato, chilli, potato and chaat masala to add a little zest to it. It’s easy to make, requires very little prep and no heat at all.
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