Blueberry-Sunflower Seed Overnight Oats

Blueberry Sunflower Overnight OatsSoaking oats in milk overnight, or for a few hours, softens them so they’re ready to eat with no fuss (or cooking) in the morning. This combination pairs sweet fiber-rich blueberries, crunchy sunflower seeds packed with healthy fats, and a touch of maple syrup.

Blueberry-Sunflower Seed Overnight Oats
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Soaking oats in milk overnight, or for a few hours, softens them so they're ready to eat with no fuss (or cooking) in the morning. This combination pairs sweet fiber-rich blueberries, crunchy sunflower seeds packed with healthy fats and a touch of maple syrup.
Servings
2
Servings
2
Blueberry-Sunflower Seed Overnight Oats
Print Recipe
Soaking oats in milk overnight, or for a few hours, softens them so they're ready to eat with no fuss (or cooking) in the morning. This combination pairs sweet fiber-rich blueberries, crunchy sunflower seeds packed with healthy fats and a touch of maple syrup.
Servings
2
Servings
2
Ingredients
Servings:
Instructions
  1. Combine the oats, milk, vanilla, maple syrup, and salt in a bowl or jar with a lid. Canning jars work really well and can serve as a to-go container, too.
  2. Cover and let sit in the refrigerator overnight or for at least 3 hours.
  3. Before serving, top with blueberries and sunflower seeds.
Recipe Notes

You can also heat your overnight oats in the microwave if you prefer them as hot cereal.

Nutrition Facts (per serving, 1/2 of recipe) 

CALORIES: 372, PROTEIN: 14g, FAT: 9g fat (1.9g saturated) CARBOHYDRATE: 61g, FIBER: 8g, SUGAR: 26g, SODIUM:77mg

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2 Comments on Blueberry-Sunflower Seed Overnight Oats

  1. Ann Marie
    February 9, 2017 at 11:59 pm (1 month ago)

    This looks great! Do you think you could use coconut milk instead of soy milk?

    Reply
    • C & J Nutrition
      February 10, 2017 at 2:23 pm (1 month ago)

      Thanks! You can use coconut milk, it will just reduce the total protein in the nutrition info. Another non-soy option that contains as much protein is Ripple milk (the new milk made from peas).

      Reply

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