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Quaker® PB&J Overnight Oats

Quaker® PB&J Overnight Oats

These overnight oats combine the power of strawberries and peanut butter for the perfect breakfast treat.

This recipe is provided by Quaker®.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Quaker® oats
  • 1/2 Cup low-fat milk
  • 1/2 Cup strawberries
  • 1/2 Cup peanut butter

Directions

Add Quaker® Oats to your container of choice and pour in milk. Add a layer of strawberries and top off with peanut butter. Place in fridge and enjoy in the morning or a few hours later!

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving1150

Folate equivalent (total)180µg45%

Riboflavin (B2)0.6mg35.2%


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


Overnight PB & J Oatmeal | THM: E

Last week, I shared my favorite warm oatmeal recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Oatmeal. Today, I’m sharing my favorite cold oatmeal recipe: Overnight PB & J Oatmeal. (If you’re not a fan of eating oatmeal cold, no worries: you can always heat up a bowl of this overnight PB & J Oatmeal in the microwave for a minute!)

Personally, I love this recipe cold it tastes like dessert!

This is definitely the fastest E breakfast I have ever had. Put together the night before, there’s nothing to prepare when you wake up. Stir in a handful of raspberries and breakfast is served!

Overnight PB & J is also the most filling E breakfast I’ve eaten! I can barely finish a bowl. Thanks to a night of soaking in defatted peanut flour, 0% Greek yogurt, and cashew milk, this oatmeal will keep you feeling full until your next meal.

You don’t need any special ingredients to make this breakfast. In fact, you probably have everything on hand already:

  • old-fashioned oats
  • defatted peanut flour
  • 0% fat Greek yogurt
  • unsweetened cashew or almond milk
  • sweetener (I use xylitol, but you can also use Gentle Sweet in half the amount)
  • sea salt
  • frozen berries (I like raspberries or blueberries best!)

Stirring in a handful of frozen berries is a super easy way to make this oatmeal taste like a mouthful of PB & J, one of my favorite flavor combinations.

(If you’re a PB & J fan, you will probably love these PB & J muffins, too!)

Overnight PB & J Oatmeal is a Trim Healthy Mama-friendly E meal because it contains no real fat source, but has healthy amount of good carbs and lean protein.


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