How To Make Overnight Oats

I was so excited when I discovered overnight oats. They are a great way to enjoy oatmeal without having to do one bit of cooking. There are so many ways you can make them depending on your preferences. The possibilities are endless. This is an easy to follow template on how to make this nutritious meal on the go.

Overnight Oats

  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

  • 1/3 Cup Rolled Oats
  • 2/3 Cups Non-Dairy Milk (Such as almond, soy, etc.)
  • 1 tbsp Seeds (such as chia, flax, hemp etc.)
  • 1 tsp Spice (cinnamon, vanilla, etc.)
  • 1/4 Cup Dry Topping (fresh or dried Fruit, Nuts, etc.)
  • 1 tbsp Wet Topping (maple syrup, agave nectar etc.)

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Instructions

  1. Put the Oats and Milk in a small single serving container (mason jars work great)
  2. Stir in the Seeds and Spice
  3. Refrigerate overnight
  4. The next day add the Dry Topping and then drizzle the Wet Ingredient on top before eating.

Note: Eat them cold or heat prior to adding the final toppings

Enjoy!

 

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19 thoughts on “How To Make Overnight Oats

    1. There was an article online suggesting that they could last 5-7 days. . I’ve made enough for 3-4 days and they were fine. I rarely eat any leftovers past that point. I am somewhat cautious about spoilage. I’d say just make sure the ingredients haven’t started to separate.

    1. If you want to make the oats without having to finish them in the morning just make sure not to put in anything that will go brown. I’d skip anything like fresh banana or apples. If you are using dry fruits or nuts, you can can prepare the entire thing in the evening. That way in the morning all you have to do it eat it. Chia pudding also makes a great breakfast, as does protein balls. If you have a juicer, some fresh juices will also last overnight. Hope that helps.

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