Wake up to a healthy, delicious favorite with these PB&J overnight oats! Made with hearty steel cut oats and no added sugar, this breakfast will leave you full and energized all morning! (gluten-free)
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I don’t know if it’s pregnancy or something else, but I have been all about the peanut butter and jelly combination lately. I’ve been putting it on everything. There is something so satisfying about PB&J that just tastes so good and reminds me of childhood, even if my version is a little more grown up.
Instead of white bread with sugary peanut butter and jelly, I’ve been giving my PB&J an adult upgrade that’s a little more health-conscious. I use natural peanut butter (made with just peanuts) and frozen raspberries that have been thawed into a jam-like state for a delicious combo with no added sugar. And It’s been going on everythaaannng. Yogurt? Yep. Toast? Yep. Oatmeal? You know I would never leave oatmeal out.
These PB&J overnight oats make it even easier to enjoy a healthy, delicious peanut butter and jelly flavored breakfast in the morning. Just mix up your ingredients and place them right in the jar. The raspberries get all jammy and the oats get delightfully chewy while you sleep, so you can wake up to a quick and healthy breakfast full of fiber, protein and healthy fat that will keep you going all morning long.
I’ve been using Bob’s Red Mill Organic Quick Cooking Steel Cut Oats in my overnight oats lately. They give my oatmeal a wonderful chewy texture that I just love. (And they’re also much faster to cook when you want a hot bowl of steel cut oats – my favorite!) But you can also use their rolled oats or certified gluten-free rolled oats in this recipe if you prefer.
I like to heat my overnight oats in the morning, especially when it’s freezing outside. Just stick the jar in the microwave (or pour into a bowl), cover with a paper towel, and heat for about 60 seconds. Then stir and enjoy! I top mine with an extra drizzle of peanut butter and some roughly chopped peanuts since I’m a crunchy PB kind of girl. Feel free to be as plain or creative as you want with your toppings!
If you haven’t jumped on the overnight oats train yet, it’s time to hop on board! These yummy PB&J overnight oats are a great place to start. They’ll have you hooked in no time.
Wake up to a healthy, delicious favorite with these PB&J overnight oats! Made with hearty steel cut oats and no added sugar, this breakfast will leave you full and energized all morning!
- 1/4 cup natural peanut butter
- 1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 1/2 cups milk of choice
- 1 cup Bob's Red Mill quick cooking steel cut oats*
- 2 tbsp Bob's Red Mill chia seeds
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- Optional toppings: Chopped peanuts, raspberries, additional peanut butter
- In a bowl, whisk together peanut butter, yogurt, and milk. Stir in oats and chia seeds.
- Divide raspberries between two jars or other containers with lids. Pour oat mixture over raspberries.
- Cover and refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours.
- Enjoy warm** or cold in the morning. Top with chopped peanuts, a drizzle of peanut butter, or more raspberries, if desired.
*You can also use Bob's Red Mill rolled oats. **To warm, heat in the microwave about 60 seconds.
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