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Overnight Light PB&J Oats

Rated as 4.45 out of 5 Stars
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"This grab-and-go breakfast has it all: quick prep, easily customizable, great flavor with tons of health benefits. These oats are packed with whole grains, calcium, protein, and vitamins."
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Ingredients

8 h 5 m servings 203
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 serving)

Directions

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  1. Mix almond milk, raspberries, rolled oats, powdered peanut butter, chia seeds, and sugar together in a container. Cover and refrigerate until oats are soft, 8 hours to overnight.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 203 calories; 5 33.3 8.1 0 152 Full nutrition

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1.15.17 So many overnight oats recipes are loaded with calories and fat. But not t his one, it breaks down very well nutritionally. That peanut butter powder really tastes like the real deal,...

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This recipe isn’t a winner for me. I did finish eating it but I had to force myself to. Maybe I’m just not a chia seed person? I did substitute frozen blackberries for the fresh raspberries and ...

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1.15.17 So many overnight oats recipes are loaded with calories and fat. But not t his one, it breaks down very well nutritionally. That peanut butter powder really tastes like the real deal,...

This is the best overnight oats recipe I have found!!! I make this every night to pack in my lunchbox the next morning. They never get old!

I substituted what I had, blueberries instead of raspberries, real peanut butter instead of powder, and honey instead of sugar. Still worked. Delicious!

This is one of my favorite things right now! I don’t often have fresh berries on hand, so I sub the salad topping that has dried cranberries and pecan pieces. The almond milk lasts forever in ...

I love this recipe! I have had it several times now. The only thing I changed was that I added a little bit more oatmeal, because I like it thicker. But I am so grateful for this recipe- thank y...

I made this the other night and ate it for breakfast the next day, and it was really good. I love PB2, so adding it plus raspberries and blueberries made for a wonderful flavor. I might add a bi...

Very easy and my son loved it

really liked it ..so easy, so tasty, will make again

I had to make some changes as I had strawberries not raspberries. I also substituted the peanut butter powder with whey powder. It was till very good find it filling for the most part.