If you are looking for a tasty way to start your day, then you are going to want to check out this collection of healthy overnight oats recipes. This list is loaded with hearty and healthy overnight oat recipes that you are sure to love.
I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for ways to get healthy and tasty breakfast on the table for my family. These days, with so much going on in our schedules, time is always limited, and feeding the family before they rush out the door can be a challenge.
Healthy breakfast ideas with oatmeal seem to be a great option for us. Overnight oats can be prepped the night before, in cute little jars, or portable bowls. Just grab one with a spoon, in the morning, or take one as you head out the door.
How to make overnight oatmeal in the refrigerator
One thing I love about overnight oats is that they require no cooking! They can be very simple to prepare, just add your favourite ingredients and some oatmeal, top with milk and let the fridge do the work for you. If you haven’t tried your oatmeal cold yet, let me be the first to inform you, you are missing out on something wonderful! There are so many options to mix into steel cut overnight oats recipes, that the possibilities are endless, finding a favourite shouldn’t be a problem.
How long are overnight oats good in the refrigerator
You might be wondering how long overnight oats will keep in the fridge? They keep well for up to 5 days. So, feel free to make a batch tonight and munch on them all week long.
When making your overnight oats, they should soak overnight as the name suggests, or at least 6 hours for the best flavours.
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