Thanks! Thanks for sharing. I need to lose 50 lbs. No cooking necessary. all recipes, SAVE THIS RECIPE

For old fashioned oats, microwave on HIGH, uncovered, 2 minutes. Stir to combine (no specks of yolk should show if using whole egg). For the larger pieces of fruit, chop before adding.

Again, thank you for that. ), is the versatility. Ingredients 1/2 cup old fashioned oats 1/2 banana, sliced (optional)* pinch of sea salt 1 1/4 cup water, milk or a blend of both 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon + 1/2 teaspoon vanilla (optional) 1/4 cup Greek yogurt … I have made this so many times! Yes, I got to thinking about it afterwards and knew it couldn’t happen. Mix together oats, brown sugar and butter. Thank you for all the great recipes. While I do vary the fruit, my personal favorite when using frozen fruit is blueberries, and I often add half of a chopped banana in the morning. Oatmeal: Oats are fiber packed, meaning you get that much closer to your recommended 25-30 grams a day (most adults only average 15 grams! Old fashioned oats provide better texture in the overnight oats, Victoria.

I prefer to top with Greek yogurt right away and then eat up this delicious Baked Oatmeal creation. Eight-five pounds is a huge accomplishment and I admire your perseverance. It was fabulous. Put the lid on and store in your refrigerator for up to three days for a speedy yet satisfying breakfast. As long as the oats have softened to your liking, you’re good to go. But honestly, I despise it. In a pinch, you could try the recipe with instant and see how you like. The combination is lovely. The first time around, I suggest following the recipe.

Copyright 2020, Fountain Avenue Kitchen. I love peaches, Diannia, and they pair so well with the flavor of almonds. I’m always happy to quickly mix a few jars in the evening and have breakfast ready and waiting! Want to get your fruit kick in with the same meal? 1 1/4 cups (100 grams) rolled oats (certified gluten-free if necessary)

Then, if you prefer your oatmeal cup a bit thicker or thinner, simply add or subtract a tablespoon of milk or a teaspoon or two of oats until you have the perfect consistency for you. Do you cook the oats first or do you just mix it right in the night before, and then eat it the next day. Ann, I had difficulty locating chia seeds.

Enable on Amazon Alexa or Google Home and search for recipes by ingredient, seasons, what's new or popular, or whatever you're looking for. Eating oatmeal for breakfast is a great way to start your day. I make two or three at a time and throw them in the fridge. Just mix in the dry oats, let them sit overnight, and then enjoy in the morning! Yummy! I have been doing this for a month and I have lost 10 pounds, when I want something sweet a night I grab a jar and that takes away my craving. dash cinnamon and nutmeg, and a sprinkle of sugar. Top 3/4 cup cooked oatmeal (1/2 cup dry plus 1 cup of water) with 1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon, 2 tablespoons almonds, 1/4 cup unsweetened frozen blueberries, thawed, and 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed.

What I loved most… the oatmeal and brown sugar oatmeal topping. This protein packed cinnamon roll baked oatmeal is a complete meal, made with oats, egg whites, and Greek yogurt. I don’t heat the cups either.

DELICIOUS and FILLING Thanks for sharing. I keep bags of frozen, organic fruit on hand and add while still frozen. of the mixture into each well of the muffin tin. Also, here is a yogurt-free recipe that I really like: I hope you like it as much as I do! Funny thing, I used the same jelly jar, it’s the perfect size. Combine oats, banana, cinnamon, and salt in a microwave-safe bowl; add water and stir. Pingback: The Fountain Avenue Kitchen – Overnight Buckwheat Groats — a crunchy, delicious option to oats.

The no-cook, prep-ahead recipe makes the morning routine a breeze with its winning combination of protein, calcium, fiber, and Omega-3s. Your comment makes me so happy, Larry! But frozen fruit can ease the transition, and it works surprisingly well in these grab-and-go cups.

Good luck to both. I go organic all the way with the oatmeal and all the fruits–that would be strawberry, blueberry and mango.

of wheat germ for a little extra nutrition(as if this isn’t healthy enough!). I’m thrilled you enjoyed and appreciate your comment.

I love these oatmeal cups! oh, I did I used my blender cup that has a lid about 1/2 filled 2 of them yum…:), this was the best breakfast Ive had I didn’t have blueberries but I did use frozen blackberries and strawberry flavored greek yogurt 80 cal’s, I will get other fruit & healthy seeds, Chai & flax seed thank you. Enjoy! I use peach yoghurt and almond extract with a finish of diced peaches. I loved it! I just ate this for breakfast. For example, almond extract is a nice option to the vanilla.

Do you know if you Recipe will work with steel cut oats? One of my favorite go to breakfast meals. Will definitely be making again and playing around with the ingredients. I love yogurt,fresh fruit,and I will surely be making some of these..I think I try some pineapple with almond flavoring….sounds so good…Thanks. Add milk; stir until all ingredients are well combined. Stir until combined.

The following recipe is my original, however, and I find myself returning to it every fall. I love eating breakfast and I am able to make this up late afternoon or early evening so when I get up in the morning, I can eat my breakfast and be set for a good day. I just discovered it in February, and I have made it about 8 times since then. Eat them cold? If so, sign up for the Quaker Oats Center of Excellence newsletter. I make several at once, too, and look forward to grabbing one in the morning. Zest another lemon on top and serve. I love this recipe! Ps: you have “in” instead of “if” in “if necessary”. I’m delighted you enjoy this recipe and love your independence, energy and ability to mix things up. Drizzle with honey. Ann this is my go to recipe for overnight oats!

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Stir in the fruit and mix to distribute throughout the jar. For old fashioned oats, microwave on HIGH, uncovered, 2 minutes. A simple two-to-one ratio of liquid to oats soaked overnight works for a speedy breakfast. I am also new to canning and am wondering if that is possible with this receipe?