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How to make overnight oats:
- Add 1/2 cup of milk to 1/2 of uncooked Old Fashioned Quaker oats.
- Layer in your favorite fruit, nuts, yogurt and/or other toppings.
- chill overnight.
Tips for great tasting overnight oats:
- For best results, let it soak in the fridge for a full 8 hours so they can absorb all the liquid. Of course, a few hours is OK too!
- Use a one-to-one ratio of raw oats and your choice of milk, yogurt, or any other dairy substitutes.
- Overnight oats can last for a couple days in the fridge, so don't be afraid to make a big batch at the beginning of the week!
- Achieve maximum texture with Old Fashioned Rolled Oats. But you can try it with Instant or Steel Cut Oats, too!
- Bring more crunch to your breakfast when you add nuts in the morning rather than soaking them in the night before.
- Frozen fruit toppings work especially well when soaking overnight – as they “thaw”, the delicious juices are released into the oats!
For more recipes and tips visit the Quaker Oats website.