Cutie Overnight Oatmeal

Cutie Overnight Oatmeal

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You have a problem; I have a solution.

The problem could evidence itself in many ways:

  • Your flight for Honolulu leaves at six o’clock AM.
  • The professor of your morning class expects you to arrive at least fifteen minutes early.
  • Your internship requires a long commute, and you have to leave your house before the sun rises.
  • The bus does not come frequently enough.
  • This is going to be your first summer on your own, and you don’t know how to cook anything.
  • You aren’t hungry when you wake up, but you are famished within minutes of leaving your house.

In a word, your problem is breakfast.

In two words, the solution is overnight oatmeal.

Whether you are studying for a class, traveling the globe, learning to cook or lounging by the pool, you need a tasty, make-ahead breakfast that will keep you full through your day.Β  Overnight oatmeal is a perfect solution.

When you take your first bite of this vanilla-orange combination, your taste buds will visit your childhood; the flavors are reminiscent of a Dreamsicle–tangy orange, sweet sugar, and creamy vanilla all in one.

Cutie Overnight Oatmeal

(makes one serving)

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup oatmeal
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 cutie, peeled and sectioned

Directions:

  • Combine all ingredients in a seal-able container.
  • Shake until well-combined.
  • Refrigerate the mixture overnight.
  • Eat and enjoy! (Overnight oatmeal can be enjoyed cold, or it can be warmed on the stove or in the microwave).

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Happy Fiesta Friday!

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13 thoughts on “Cutie Overnight Oatmeal

  1. This overnight oats recipe sounds tasty. Do you know if overnight oats work well with a non-dairy milk, such as almond? I’ve seen them around a lot, but I honestly never understood why people like overnight oats so much, until you told me how little work there is to do in the morning. Thanks for sharing, and happy FF!

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  2. I love your creative way of writing this post Kat! And what a fantastic idea! Going to save it so I can try it! When having to cook meals for lunch and dinner, it is sure nice to have a quick and easy breakfast!

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  3. Never tried my overnight oats with orange… maybe if I added cacao too! I might just go and do that right now! πŸ™‚ Thank you! Oh and I always use coconut milk (the unsweetened carton type not the thick canned type) and they turn out perfect πŸ™‚

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