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3 Fabulous Fall Overnight Oat Recipes

I recently jumped on the overnight oats train and MY GOODNESS- Why didn’t I start this sooner? My good friend, Sara, gave me some of hers to try early in the summer and I’ve been playing around with this yummy protein packed breakfast option ever since. Thanks, Sara!


The best thing about these three recipes I’m going to share with you is that they can all be made with the same flavor of protein powder. Quest ‘Cinnamon Crunch’ protein powder will make all the difference when trying to create fall flavors (like pumpkin spice!)



Keep in mind that you can adjust the amount of protein powder you use in your recipes and adjust the amount of oats as well (considering how many carbs you need in a meal and how sweet you prefer things) I personally do not like super sweet things, so half to 3/4 a scoop of protein powder is plenty for me. Luckily, oats have 5 grams of protein per serving, so you’re getting extra in with those too.


What gets your vote for favorite fall flavor? Are you team pumpkin spice? Or more of a maple pecan or apple pie fan? You can make them all at once, pop them in your fridge and have your vote by week’s end. Let’s get started!


Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats-

½ cup quick oats

½- ¾ scoop Cinnamon Crunch protein powder

¼ cup pumpkin puree

½ cup almond milk

Sprinkle of pumpkin pie spice

*possible add ins- raisins, diced apple, pecans


Maple Pecan Overnight Oats-

½ cup quick oats

½- ¾ scoop Cinnamon Crunch protein powder

¼ cup chopped pecans

½ cup almond milk

Drizzle of sugar free maple syrup (or pure)

Dollop of Greek yogurt (plain or vanilla)

Sprinkle of cinnamon


Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats-

½ cup quick oats

½ scoop Cinnamon crunch protein powder

¼ cup diced apple (or more!)

½ cup almond milk

Sprinkle of cinnamon

Drizzle of sugar free maple syrup (or pure)

*Add toasted pecans or stewed apples to the top! (optional)



You probably see a common theme here, right? You really cannot mess-up overnight oats. For each of these recipes, simply just mix your ingredients together and let them set in the fridge overnight. You can eat them cold the next morning or even heat them up if you prefer a warm oatmeal breakfast. I like to pair my oatmeal with a hardboiled egg (a little healthy fat) for a complete meal. You could also make these flavors in the morning, by making warm oatmeal and then adding the ingredients in. *Make adjustments with the amount of liquid you use (water or almond milk) depending on the consistency you like. I always start with the half cup and then add if I need. I like a “smoother” oatmeal, while my husband prefers a dense “stick to the roof of your mouth” type texture. I think he’s crazy, but to each their own!



Storage-

Storage containers with color coded lids are fun! Here are a few fun, but functional storage options- Pyrex Storage and Glass Mason with Colored Lids. Store in your fridge for 5-6 days.

Happy meal prep!



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