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Overnight Oats


    Overnight oats don’t require a full recipe so, there is a lot of room for you to make them your own! The basics:  1/3 cup rolled or old fashioned oats 1/3-1/2 cup milk -any type milk will work and you can add more or less to make the product thin/thick 1/3 cup plain

 

 

Overnight oats don’t require a full recipe so, there is a lot of room for you to make them your own!

The basics: 

1/3 cup rolled or old fashioned oats

1/3-1/2 cup milk -any type milk will work and you can add more or less to make the product thin/thick

1/3 cup plain yogurt

1/2 tablespoon chia seeds

Pinch of salt

 

Instructions: 

Stir all ingredients together in a bowl, cover, and refrigerate overnight. The liquids will be absorbed by the oats and ready to eat by the morning.

 

If this sounds really bland to you that is because the toppings are left for you to decide. Sprinkle with honey or cinnamon, add banana or blueberries, nuts or nut butters and granola for some crunch!

 

Overnight oats are super easy to make, plus they are a great source of fiber and complex carbs. Using greek yogurt can up the protein a bit. Adding fruits will give more fiber and antioxidants while nuts add healthy fats. It’s a good way to replace prepackaged oatmeal that has a lot of added sugar and artificial flavors. If cold oats aren’t for you try microwaving them too.

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