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Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Kaycee Morganto: "This is my new go to breakfast. I was looking for…" Read More
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  • 1/2 cup almond milk (unsweetened plain, DIY recipe)
  • 3/4 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (natural salted, or almond butter, creamy or crunchy)
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup (or sub coconut sugar, organic brown sugar, or stevia to taste)
  • 1/2 cup gluten-free rolled oats
  • banana
  • strawberries
  • flaxseed meal
  • chia seed
  • granola
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    NutritionView More

    Sodium9% DV220mg
    Fat45% DV29g
    Protein45% DV23g
    Carbs32% DV95g
    Fiber60% DV15g
    Calories700Calories from Fat260
    Total Fat29g45%
    Saturated Fat5g25%
    Trans Fat
    Calories from Fat260
    Total Carbohydrate95g32%
    Dietary Fiber15g60%
    Vitamin A10%
    Vitamin C180%

    * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


    Kaycee Morganto a month ago
    This is my new go to breakfast. I was looking for something more nutritious to replace my cereal but was still easy to digest. This is perfect. It's so easy! I don't like peanut butter so I swapped out vanilla almond butter. I also used coconut milk (sweetened) for a creamier texture, but think it would be just fine with any unsweet plant based milk. It would work with regular almond butter, too. I find this too filling when combined with fruit so I just eat it straight.
    Lais Scortegagna 10 months ago
    Delicious! I used 1/3 cup of quinoa flakes instead of oats
    Cook a year ago
    A real fav. Easy to make and really tasty.
    Very useful. Easy to make and very filling as an in-between meal on the go.
    SophiaMeak 2 years ago
    I love it! My new obsession are overnight oats. Everything blends well together. Not sweet, just right. Added more fresh toppings. I like it cold much better than warm/hot oats.
    Naethn 2 years ago
    Made peanut butter so much better! I substituted sugar with agave nectar and it was wonderful. My brother and I are going to start making this regularly
    Jessica Buza 2 years ago
    love this recipe! it is my old standby now. i often leave out fruit and add dark chocolate for a different spin. also i use powdered PB since its easier to mix.
    wainwright 3 years ago
    Yummmmmm so good!!!! Used agave as a sweetener, everything else was the same. Mmmmm.
    Geraldine 3 years ago
    Super yum, super simple ingredients and very easy to make! Practical to take on the go too. A definite staple!!! I liked it even better after switching the almond butter for one tbsp of sesame purée instead...
    The most delicious thing I've ever tried in my life!!!! I'm obsessed already!!!!!!!! Now I only have to try the almond butter option, I'm sure it's as good as the peanut butter one.
    Joshua Watkins 3 years ago
    I use this recipe most mornings! I usually use crunchy peanut butter for added texture, but smooth is just as good.
    Laura S. 4 years ago
    My favorite overnight oats recipe. Finally got my fiancé to try it and now he is just as obsessed as I am. I love adding cinnamon, nutmeg and fresh blueberries or banana. Sticks with you for a few hours. A handful of nuts a few hours after this usually gets me through to lunch.
    Cynthia Fuentes 4 years ago
    This was my first time "cooking" overnight oats, and WOW! This is such an easy recipe filled with lots of healthy flavor! This changed me!!! Definitely having this for breakfasts once or twice a week! Thanks!
    Jaclyn S. 4 years ago
    I made this the other night and my one and a half year old son preferred my yummy oatmeal to his waffle!! We loved it so much!! I was wondering if I make a few ahead of time how long you think they would last in the fridge. thank you!!!
    Lisa 4 years ago
    Sounds great but too many calories! I could probably make a lighter version by omitting the granola and swapping the peanut butter for PB2. Also, why are there no measurements for the last 5 ingredients? How did you get to the calorie count with no measurments?
    Michael M. 4 years ago
    I make this recipe with variations almost every day. Why does your recipe have to be so PC to mention gluten free rolled oats.? The writer of this recipe should know that rolled oats are gluten free. you do not buy oats that are noted as containing gluten or gluten free!
    Regina B. 4 years ago
    It's not 700 calories - nor is the prep time 6 hours and 5 minutes. Click on the link for the actual recipe and you'll see that it's 454 calories. Looks delicious - I'll try it for my family. And it's best eaten between 12 - 24 hours but can stay for 2 days - can't beat that! This could even be lunch.
    Seana Coulter 4 years ago
    This is absolutely my favorite breakfast. I probably eat it at least four times a week. Not only is it delicious, it's easy too.
    Jennifer Ball 4 years ago
    OMG! This is the BEST Overnight Oats EVER! I used Mighty Maple PB and maple syrup as my sweetener. I made it again with Reese's Spread! I'm telling you....make this....NOW!!!