This is a level 2 recipe (transition or weight maintenance). I would consider this banana overnight oatmeal recipe to be a complete meal. You're getting:
Protein and calcium from the Greek yogurt
Healthy fats from the tahini and walnuts
Fiber and some B vitamins from the oatmeal
Potassium-rich fruit from the bananas
Kick this recipe down to level 1 by skipping the walnuts and substituting skim milk for the 2%. You'll still be getting some fat from the tahini.On the other hand, you can add more energy density to this recipe by using whole milk and whole milk yogurt. You may use sweetened vanilla yogurt instead of the plain yogurt here if you prefer things sweeter. However, that will add additional calories and some added sugar.Feel free to add another 1-2 tablespoons of milk to your oat mixture if you'd like oats with a thinner consistency. Chia seeds are a great addition to overnight oats when you want things thicker.Nutrition information is for one serving of the recipe and does not include any optional garnishes.