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Classic Overnight Oats

Rated as 4.8 out of 5 Stars

"Almond Breeze almondmilk and oats make a great no-cook oatmeal. Change it up with different almondmilk flavors and toppings."
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8 h 5 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings (2 jars)


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  1. Stir together almondmilk and oats in a medium bowl. Spoon into 2 small bowls or canning jars if desired. Cover and refrigerate 8 hours to overnight, or for up to 3 days.
  2. Before eating, top with granola and almonds, if desired.


  • Cook's Notes:
  • Easily swap Almond Breeze Almondmilk 1:1 for any recipe that calls for dairy milk.
  • Feel free to substitute in your favorite Almond Breeze almondmilk flavor (Original, Chocolate, Unsweetened Original, Unsweetened Vanilla, Unsweetened Chocolate, Blended with Real Bananas, Coconut Almond blend, or Cashew Almond Blend).
  • Nutritional analysis per serving: Calories 180 Total Fat 10.2 g Cholesterol 0.0 mg Sodium 150.8 mg Potassium 401.2 mg Total Carbohydrate 59.5 g Dietary Fiber 11.5 g Sugars 21.2 g Protein 9.6 g

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Used blueberries and strawberries. Can use any fruit you prefer. The almond breeze is so good in it.

Excellent recipe!!! I love it!!’ Tks.

easy & really delicious....

Yummy and easy to make.

I used 2% milk and dried cherries and was delicious. Easier to make a triple batch so had breakfast for several days. The almond extract added a nice change . This was a yummy oatmeal.

Delicious I added frozen fruit the night before and nuts in the morning

It was great. I usedBlueberries and Greek yogurt Did not use granola. Made three servings.

I have made this 3 times and the only change I made was to add a small amount of agave syrup to sweeten naturally. It is so wholesome tasting and keeps me full until lunch.