DCL Recipes: Honey Sriracha Chicken and Broccoli and Overnight Oatmeal

17 Jul 2019 Amy Poore
Amy Poore is a Tuscaloosa mom, a wife, and a foodie. To see more of Amy's delicious recipes, visit her blog, Poore Amy, at pooreamy.com.  Amy Poore is a Tuscaloosa mom, a wife, and a foodie. To see more of Amy's delicious recipes, visit her blog, Poore Amy, at pooreamy.com.  Amy Poore

If you need a delicious evening meal that will satisfy everyone and keep them coming back for seconds, I’ve found this honey sriracha chicken and broccoli dish is the perfect choice! It has just the right amount of zing, and it looks gorgeous on the table, too. 

Tired of the same old boring cereal for breakfast? Try this healthy no-cook oatmeal instead. Just pick out a couple of your favorite fruits, grab a small mason jar, mix things up, and leave in the fridge overnight. You’ll wake to a nice treat that’ll help start your day right. 

Bon Appetit!   

Honey Sriracha Chicken and Broccoli 
 
1.5 lbs. boneless/skinless chicken breasts, cubed 
1 egg white, beaten 
2 tablespoons corn starch  
1 bag of broccoli florets  
2 teaspoons sesame oil 
2 cups of prepared cauliflower rice or brown rice
3 tablespoons of honey 
1 tablespoon sriracha sauce 
1 teaspoon rice vinegar 
1 teaspoon sesame oil 
2 green onions, sliced 
2 teaspoons black sesame seeds 
 
Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  
Line large backing sheet with foil and coat with nonstick spray. 
In a large bowl, add chicken, egg white and cornstarch and stir to combine and coat. 
Add chicken to one end of the backing dish and cook for 10 minutes.  
Remove pan, flip chicken pieces, and add broccoli. Drizzle broccoli with sesame oil, and season with salt and pepper. Return sheet to oven and cook for 10-12 more minutes. 
While cooking chicken, add honey, sriracha, and vinegar to a large bowl and mix well.  
Remove chicken/broccoli and place the chicken in the honey mixture bowl. Toss to coat. 
 
To serve, layer rice, broccoli, and then chicken.  
Top with sesame seeds and green onions. 

Overnight Oatmeal 
 
1/3 quick cooking oats 
1/2 cup almond milk (regular milk works as well) 
1 teaspoon chia seeds 
1 teaspoon vanilla 
1/2 tablespoon maple syrup  
2 fruits of your choice and chopped natural almonds for the topping 


 
Place all ingredients except fruit and almonds in a small mason jar, close lid and gently shake.  
Place in refrigerator and chill overnight. 
In the morning, stir mixture and top with fruit and almonds. 

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