Overnight Oats in a Jar

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Need a quick, easy breakfast?  Try this recipe for overnight oats using an almost-empty peanut butter jar.

Now that it’s warming up here in Arkansas, I just really do not want to eat a bowl of hot oatmeal in the morning.  I have seen so many of the “overnight oats” and “refrigerator oats” on Facebook  that I thought I should give it a try, but  I was so unsure about cold oatmeal…  I was pleasantly surprised!

This is my take on the peanut butter oat recipe below:

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You’ll Need:

1/4 cup Old Fashioned Oats (Not Instant)

1/4 cup Steel-Cut Oats

4 oz Vanilla Almond Milk

Almost Empty Jar of Peanut Butter (~1-2 tsp left in jar)

Cinnamon

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Once you have an almost empty jar (see above) you are ready to make these oats!

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Add all ingredients into jar and stir well.

Put the lid on the jar and let sit in the refrigerator overnight (or about 8 hours.)

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Take out and stir well.  Add more cinnamon if desired, or top with fruit!

Also, if you’re using the 21 Day Fix program, the container conversions would be 1/2 yellow old fashioned oats, 1/2 yellow steel-cut oats, 1/2 yellow almond milk and 1-2 teaspoons peanut butter.

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