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Top Favorite Protein Overnight Oats - 2 ways

Updated: Feb 15, 2023

Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day!


Without it I'm grumpy, irritable, and I find I crave more sugar on days I don't eat a good breakfast.


But the problem for me is that I don't enjoy cooking breakfast in the morning.


I don't enjoy starting my day cooking yet another meal for everyone and having to clean up dishes right away in the morning.


To fix this problem, I've learned to add a food prep routine at the start of the week to specifically prepare a healthy breakfast for my family has been the best use of my time on the weekends.


Usually I make egg muffins, that I recently shared in this post, but sometimes we need a break from eggs.


Another great option is overnight oats!


However, too many overnight oat recipes don't have a great macro profile. They can be way too high in carbs and far too low in protein.


These recipes I want to share today help fix that macro balance with a good dose of healthy fat and protein to pair with those oats.


I like to use this brand of protein powder. It's accessible at places like Costco or even Amazon, has a good ingredient list, and doesn't break the bank.



Try one or both of these overnight recipes to prep your week with a healthy, balanced macro breakfast that you don't have to cook in the morning.


These little to-go containers are perfect for making these for a busy school drop off morning!


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Vanilla Blueberry Protein Overnight Oats

Serves 4+

Per serving: Protein = 13g, Carbs = 26g, Fat = 6g


Ingredients

2 cups oatmeal

2 Tbsp chia seeds

2 cups almond milk

1/2 cup fresh or frozen blueberries

1/2 tsp ground cinnamon


Directions

1) Combine all ingredients together in a large bowl or individual jars.

2) Refrigerate overnight.

3) In the morning, stir the oatmeal and serve. Add more milk if needed.


Peanut Butter Chocolate Protein Overnight Oats

Serves 4+

Per serving: Protein = 19g, Carbs = 38g, Fat = 9g


Ingredients

2 cups oatmeal

2 Tbsp chia seeds

2 cups almond milk

1/4 cup peanut butter


Directions

1) Combine all ingredients together in a large mixing bowl or in individual jars.

2) Refrigerate overnight

3) In the morning, stir the oatmeal and serve. Add more milk if needed.


Share a picture of your recipe on social media and tag me @chrissy.strongmomtrainer - I'd love to know how you like them!


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