Overnight Mason Jar Oatmeal

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Overnight Mason Jar Oatmeal  – this is brilliant if you’ve ever tried to cook a nice hardy oatmeal for your kids on a cold school morning – it can be time consuming and (for me) messy. These can be prepared Sunday for the entire week. The premise is to add all dry ingredients to the jar (oats, dried fruit, seeds, protein powder etc, and the night BEFORE, add the wet ingredients (like coconut milk or add yogurt for a thicker texture) and let sit overnight in the fridge where the oats will absorb all the moisture and be ready to eat in the morning – just add fresh fruit or nuts.


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Author: tammyjuco

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