Recipes — Overnight Oats

Superfood Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip Cookies

Posted by Ashley Azevedo on

Superfood Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip Cookies

One of the best parts of Rachel’s Overnight Oats is the delicious flavors available.  The Cinnamon Raisin flavor as well as the Apple Cinnamon oats provide easy ways to mix up your morning oats without any extra effort on your part.  In addition to a delicious breakfast option, the Cinnamon Raisin oats also provide the perfect baking mix.  These Oatmeal Raisin Chocolate Chip Cookies include all the superfoods in Rachel’s Overnight Oats, including chia seeds and hemp seeds, and are the perfect sweet treat!  The recipe yields 18 cookies and is both dairy and gluten free.   Ingredients: 1 pack...

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Apple Banana Baked Oats

Posted by Ashley Azevedo on

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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Blueberry Maple Oat Cups

Posted by Jordan Drankoski on

Blueberry Maple Oat Cups

Switch things up by turning Rachel’s Overnight Oats into baked oat cups! You can still prep these ahead of time for easy on-the-go breakfast, just in muffin form. Ingredients: 3 cups Rachel’s Overnight Oats 1 tsp baking powder 1 tsp vanilla ½ cup maple syrup 1 egg 1 medium, ripe banana Scant 1 cup non-dairy milk 1 ½ cups blueberries Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit and spray silicone baking cups or a muffin tin with avo/coconut oil or ghee. In a large bowl, whisk together the oats and ground flax/chia seeds if using, and baking powder. In...

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3-Ingredient Banana Oat Cookie Bites

Posted by Jordan Drankoski on

3-Ingredient Banana Oat Cookie Bites

These 3-ingredient cookies are soft and chewy, packed with protein, and just the right amount of natural sweetness. Ingredients 1 cup of Rachel's Overnight Oats 1 medium sized, overly ripe banana 1/4 cup sunflower seed butter (or your favorite nut butter) optional toppings/add-ins: coconut, sprinkles, chocolate chips, cinnamon, nuts, dried fruit Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with parchment paper. In a large bowl, mash the banana then add in the oats (and seeds if using), and nut or seed butter. Stir to combine completely, until all ingredients are wet from the banana....

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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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