Recipes — oatmeal

Apple Banana Baked Oats

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Apple Banana Baked Oats

Do you have a little more time on your hands to prep breakfast during quarantine?  Switch up your go to breakfast by baking Rachel’s Overnight Oats.  Baked Oats can be prepared and baked in just 50 minutes.  Whether baked in the morning or reheated from the night before, baked oats are a fun way to switch up your breakfast rotation.  These Apple Banana Baked Oats are a delicious way to start the morning and made with simple household ingredients!  The recipe yields 6 servings, making it perfect for meal prep or feeding the entire family.   Ingredients: 2 cups Rachel’s...

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What's up with Overnight Oats?

Posted by Rachel Gabriel on

What's up with Overnight Oats?

So this term "Overnight Oats" has been buzzing around everywhere. You see it on Pinterest, Facebook and all over Instagram and any social media feed, but you're wondering to yourself what exactly are overnight oats. To put it more simply, "Overnight Oats" are a no-cook method of preparing and enjoying oatmeal. In fact, you soak the oats overnight, hence the term "overnight" and your oatmeal breakfast is ready to eat the next morning. No cooking, no heating, no other preparation required other than adding your favorite milk (dairy or nut milk for those vegans out there!) and setting in the fridge overnight....

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Rachel's Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats Superfood Cereal

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Rachel's Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats Superfood Cereal

Ingredients 1/2 cup Rachel's Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats  3/4 cup Almond Milk, Seed Milk, or Water Bananas Pecans Nut Butter Takes 1 minute, serves 1. Instructions Mix Rachel's Overnight Oats with almond milk. Cover, refrigerate and soak the mixture from 10 minutes to overnight. After the oats have soaked, add your favorite fruit and nut butter and honey for added flavor.

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