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|Calories540Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Saeer FOREVER a month ago
thats a tasty one! ill definitely repeat it
Teresa M. 3 months ago
I liked it but the kids didn't. Its not over sweet and very fruity. I put slivered almonds in it cause that's what I had on hand.
Lets Get Healthy 7 months ago
Easy to make and tasty I added honey
Rami 9 months ago
It was not hit, the texture and taste were not tempting
Nicky 9 months ago
Great recipe! Used almond milk and a handful of sultanas as I didn't have any dates. I didn't have walnuts either so topped it with pepitas and sunflower seeds and some raspberries. Can't wait to try it with the dates. My fave breakfast!
Jesus Pimentel 10 months ago
Delicious!! Added more strawberries.
a0030a14-615b-4cfb-b52c-da1b754e52b3 2 years ago
it was great! i, added some strawberries on top
Stevie H. 2 years ago
Recipe does not say to add the oats with the wet ingredients to sit overnight in the refrigerator. Perhaps that is obvious to someone who has made overnight oats before, which I have only done once and it was the Quaker Oats Bowl thingy. So I guessed, correctly. Thankfully. I thought this was...ok. Nothing earth shattering, not really one Is return to.
Orlando Flores 2 years ago
Great and easy recipe...I have added some honey to the oats and served with blueberries and walnuts in the top. Beautiful!
Bruno Schmid 2 years ago
It was quite filling and fresh
Dorah Maria M 2 years ago
Great... used almond milk. I love the flavors
Sarah C. 3 years ago
Easy, nutritious and delicious! Loved it. This will definitely go into my regular breakfast rotation!