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Directions. In a 4-cup (1L) storage tub, combine milk, turmeric, ginger and black pepper. Whisk to mix well. Stir in the oats and cover the tub, refrigerate overnight or at least 4 hours. Stir until creamy, then serve topped with blueberries.

Serves: 4 | Serving Size: 3/4 cup oats and 1/2 cup berries. If you soak oats in milk and yogurt overnight in the fridge, you don’t need to cook oatmeal in the morning! This is a delicious and easy breakfast to start your day. I add blueberries, honey, cinnamon, and flaxseed meal to make it a little more nutritious.

We have a lot of rich and decadent overnights oats recipes here on Wholefully, but sometimes you want something a little lighter and brighter for breakfast—and these Blueberry Lemon Overnight Oats fit the bill! Plump and sweet blueberries are suspended in a creamy and tangy lemon-flavored oatmeal. This lemon-blueberry combination reminds me of warm.

Add a few blueberries, vanilla and almond butter and mix to combine. Seal up the container and park it in the fridge overnight. The next morning, you can heat the glass jar up in the microwave for a hot breakfast or enjoy your overnight oats cold straight from the fridge. You can add more milk and any fun toppings of your choice.

Incredibly creamy blueberry overnight oats that are packed with 14g of protein/serving and taste like dessert for breakfast!Mix the old-fashioned rolled oats, flax seeds, and cinnamon in a bowl or mason jar. Thoroughly mix in the vanilla almond milk and maple syrup (or agave), then gently fold in the blueberries. Cover and refrigerate for at least 6 hours.

Add more blueberries and maple syrup before serving, if desired. Instructions In a 16-ounce mason jar, combine the rolled oats, unsweetened Almond Breeze Almondmilk, honey, and vanilla extract. Stir, then add the blueberries.

Stir again, cover with the lid, and place the jar in the refrigerator overnight or at least 4-5 hours. 1. Combine oats, almond milk, honey, turmeric, vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, and salt in a jar (or bowl). Shake vigorously to combine (or stir well).

Leave in the fridge overnight for at least 2 hours. 2 days ago · These blueberry cottage cheese overnight oats are a super filling high protein breakfast topped with sweet honey, blueberries, and crunchy pumpkin seeds. Hi, friends! I’m popping in a little late this week.

There were some issues on the backend of my website, stopping me from posting for the last 24 hours. Thankfully, readers were still able. Instructions. In a jar or bowl (a working jar or 1-pint mason jar is perfect), combine the muesli (or old-fashioned oats and cinnamon), chia seeds and nut butter.

Add a splash of the milk and mix the nut butter into the oats. Then add the rest of the.

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If you prefer a sweeter oatmeal, slice 2 or 3 pitted dates, soak them with the oat mixture, and cook all together or just add more honey.

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Very Berry Oats: Top with any variety of fresh berry or a mixture; if using frozen berries, stir them into the oatmeal as it cooks.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: While we think of oats mostly as part of a wholesome breakfast, oat berries—whole oats that have been hulled and cleaned—have great flavor and a satisfying chew.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: While we think of oats mostly as part of a wholesome breakfast, oat berries—whole oats that have been hulled and cleaned—have a pleasant chew.

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Alternatively, if you forget to do this the night before, add ¼ cup of water to the oats along with berries (if using frozen) and microwave on high for 30 seconds before stirring in the yogurt and chopped apple.

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Add oat berries and ½ teaspoon salt, partially cover, and cook, stirring often, until tender but still chewy, 45 to 50 minutes.

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Bake until the oats are golden and the berries are plumped, another 5 to 10 minutes.

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To avoid a soupy filling, we preferred to add a thickener rather than cook the berries; a little cornstarch thickened the blueberry filling nicely while preserving the berries’ summery flavor.

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Stir mixture a final time, add dried fruit, and cook for an additional 10 minutes or until the oats are golden.

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To make overnight oats, simply place about ½ cup rolled oats and other desired ingredients—about ½ to ¾ cup skim or almond milk; chopped fruit; spices like nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla extract; and other mix-ins, including 1 to 2 teaspoons of chia seeds—in a mason jar or other container you can seal and refrigerate.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • On instagram I am magnet science thanks for liking my comments and even commenting on them I feel special because your husband is my idle.

  • Question please. When you’re prepping your egg sandwiches 2 you put 2 eggs in at a time for the 45 sec or do you do one at a time. I’ve got the microwave egg cookers and instant pot ordered so I’m excited to get going. Thanks love your videos

  • Great video! loved the bloopers! I’ve tried overnight oats before and they were alright.. but I think this recipe will be much better with the added nuts and “blubes” haha

  • Hey HealthNutNutrition! Let me know if you try overnight oats again with my recipe! I find steel cut or rolled oats make for better texture & adding in some fruit gives it sweetness:) Nuts are great for protein & texture too!

  • Going to give these oats a try. My question you showed in the video using 1/2 cup water and 1/2 almond milk but on the screen at the end you show 1/4 cup almond milk and 1/4 cup water. Which is better to use. Thanks.

  • On instagram I am magnet science thanks for liking my comments and even commenting on them I feel special because your husband is my idle.

  • I was wondering, for the sake of doing this on a budget around here, can we use fat free regular milk or is there a reason these are done with nut milks?

  • I have to try this for sure! Do you heat it up when you take it out to eat? ( no need to answer scrolled and saw same question answered ) lol. I always type as I’m watching. lol

  • Dear Healthy grocery girl,

    please stop the monetization on your channel. the ads are annoying. Trust me, unless you have millions of viewers, it is not worth it.

  • I love over night oats… I put 0% fat free yogurt instead of the liquid… i use bananas as they are really sweet and I don’t need to add sweetener to it.. then depending what I have, I use… pineapple, blueberries, strawberries… and it’s all ready for when I get up.. I enjoy it cold.. might just pop it in the microwave one morning to see if I like… love your video.. please keep them coming…xx

  • would love to try this I have these organic regular oats, will these work? If so would it be the same microwave time 1 min then stir add another 30 seconds

  • Question… Do I eat this out of the jar cold? Do I need to microwave before I can eat it? I really like this easy breakfast recipe. I am going to have to try it soon. Thank you ��

  • Audrey, what’s the best way to soak up all the alimon milk? Is there suppose to be milk left in the bottom of the jar? When I tried it, the oats were just sitting in the milk and never soaked up all the liquid. I use the amount you recommended. In your video, the one you pull out of the fridge looks more firm then mine did. I was thinking of using yougurt instead of almond milk? What are your thoughts on that? What other fruits besides blueberries do you recommend?

  • Dear Healthy grocery girl,

    please stop the monetization on your channel. the ads are annoying. Trust me, unless you have millions of viewers, it is not worth it.

  • Hey Audrey! I found your channel thanks to Jeff. He gave you a plug during his show in Columbia, SC. I’m so glad because I’ve been looking for guidance for leading a healthier life. Your videos are so informative and you are incredibly knowledgeable about foods, I can’t wait to put your tips and recipes to work. Great channel!

  • would love to try this I have these organic regular oats, will these work? If so would it be the same microwave time 1 min then stir add another 30 seconds

  • your channel is pretty good. I’m going to start working out again and dieting; this is gonna help me so much. thank you and keep it up ��

  • Going to give these oats a try. My question you showed in the video using 1/2 cup water and 1/2 almond milk but on the screen at the end you show 1/4 cup almond milk and 1/4 cup water. Which is better to use. Thanks.

  • Audrey, what’s the best way to soak up all the alimon milk? Is there suppose to be milk left in the bottom of the jar? When I tried it, the oats were just sitting in the milk and never soaked up all the liquid. I use the amount you recommended. In your video, the one you pull out of the fridge looks more firm then mine did. I was thinking of using yougurt instead of almond milk? What are your thoughts on that? What other fruits besides blueberries do you recommend?

  • Ps quick question. I bough the microwave egg cooker thingamajig. Lolol live it but do your eggs kind of explode while cooking lolol

  • Hey Audrey! I found your channel thanks to Jeff. He gave you a plug during his show in Columbia, SC. I’m so glad because I’ve been looking for guidance for leading a healthier life. Your videos are so informative and you are incredibly knowledgeable about foods, I can’t wait to put your tips and recipes to work. Great channel!

  • Hey HealthNutNutrition! Let me know if you try overnight oats again with my recipe! I find steel cut or rolled oats make for better texture & adding in some fruit gives it sweetness:) Nuts are great for protein & texture too!

  • I love the overnight oats. I made it last week with raspberries and a few drops of stevia. This week I made them with blueberries. It tastes like dessert for breakfast. Thanks

  • Great video! loved the bloopers! I’ve tried overnight oats before and they were alright.. but I think this recipe will be much better with the added nuts and “blubes” haha

  • I love the overnight oats. I made it last week with raspberries and a few drops of stevia. This week I made them with blueberries. It tastes like dessert for breakfast. Thanks

  • Hey everybody! Hope you guys are doing great. I have a BIG announcement coming up soon:D

    In the meantime, if you guys would like to get my FREE 20 Mug Cake E-book you can do so just by signing up for my weekly recipe newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/bG7etf

  • Ps quick question. I bough the microwave egg cooker thingamajig. Lolol live it but do your eggs kind of explode while cooking lolol

  • I was wondering, for the sake of doing this on a budget around here, can we use fat free regular milk or is there a reason these are done with nut milks?

  • I have to try this for sure! Do you heat it up when you take it out to eat? ( no need to answer scrolled and saw same question answered ) lol. I always type as I’m watching. lol

  • Question please. When you’re prepping your egg sandwiches 2 you put 2 eggs in at a time for the 45 sec or do you do one at a time. I’ve got the microwave egg cookers and instant pot ordered so I’m excited to get going. Thanks love your videos

  • I love over night oats… I put 0% fat free yogurt instead of the liquid… i use bananas as they are really sweet and I don’t need to add sweetener to it.. then depending what I have, I use… pineapple, blueberries, strawberries… and it’s all ready for when I get up.. I enjoy it cold.. might just pop it in the microwave one morning to see if I like… love your video.. please keep them coming…xx

  • I really like your recipes. So far I have tried several and they were really nice. Thank you so much! I was wondering, is it ok to consume a lot of sugar substitute? I know that all the recipes here are to make the diet healthier with less sugar and less calorie. But I am just worried if it’s ok to consume more than maybe about 10g of sugar substitute in a day for health. Also it would be nice if you could kindly let us know what kind you use.

  • Question… Do I eat this out of the jar cold? Do I need to microwave before I can eat it? I really like this easy breakfast recipe. I am going to have to try it soon. Thank you ��

  • I really like your recipes. So far I have tried several and they were really nice. Thank you so much! I was wondering, is it ok to consume a lot of sugar substitute? I know that all the recipes here are to make the diet healthier with less sugar and less calorie. But I am just worried if it’s ok to consume more than maybe about 10g of sugar substitute in a day for health. Also it would be nice if you could kindly let us know what kind you use.

  • your channel is pretty good. I’m going to start working out again and dieting; this is gonna help me so much. thank you and keep it up ��

  • Hey everybody! Hope you guys are doing great. I have a BIG announcement coming up soon:D

    In the meantime, if you guys would like to get my FREE 20 Mug Cake E-book you can do so just by signing up for my weekly recipe newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/bG7etf