Here’s how to make overnight oats so you can save time in the morning and still have a healthy and filling breakfast. This version stars the flavors of peanut butter and jelly, but you can easily swap those ingredients for your own favorite mix-ins.
We all know how import breakfast is. It's the most important meal of the day. It should be satisfying. It should be heathy. It should be delicious. But who the heck has time for that? I'm gonna teach you how to make peanut butter and jelly overnight oats. [MUSIC] For this tip I'm using my friend the mason jar. It'll allow me to shake all my ingredients together and the next morning, I just grab and go. We're gonna start with some peanut butter. We're gonna scrape it right into your jar. We're gonna add a little honey Can also use agave if you'd like. And I like to add chia seeds, flax seeds because they're really healthy and, of course, a little bit of salt. And for liquid, I am using almond milk cuz I love almond milk but you could use skim milk, you could use whole milk. And because I like my oats fairly thick, I'm using about three quarters of a cup of liquid to a half a cup of rolled oats. Fun part number one, gonna put the lid on top and you're gonna get crazy. You're gonna shake it. Pretend you're shaking that happy hour cocktail. You're gonna keep shaking it because you want to dissolve all the peanut butter. [MUSIC] That looks great. Now for the oats, just scatter those right inside. And we're gonna shake it one more time. [BLANK_AUDIO] Then you just wanna pop this in the refrigerator Overnight so that before work or before school you're ready to grab and go. I chilled the oats in the refrigerator overnight and in that time they've absorbed all that delicious almond milk. They got this wonderful creamy texture probably because I want to eat this now. I'm gonna add the jelly part of my peanut butter and jelly. Take a little bit of that. Put some crushed peanuts This is one my favorite healthy breakfast on the go. [BLANK_AUDIO]