This week, I’m eating as much peanut butter as I possibly can.
It’s our last week in Moncton before moving to our new apartment in Saint John! Since our roommate is allergic to peanuts and we won’t be able to eat some for a year, I made all the peanut butter recipes I could in the last few weeks. I saved a few of them, which I’m planning to share with you guys later this summer, but today I’m sharing one of my favorites!
It’s a twist on my all time favorite breakfast: Peanut butter Banana Oatmeal. I can’t get enough!!! In this heat wave though, I must admit that hot oatmeal doesn’t seem too attractive… That’s when I turn to my second go-to breakfast: overnight oats. I’m predictable, I know!!
Have you tried overnight oats yet?
All you need to do is add oats, milk and chia seeds in a jar and put it in the fridge overnight. The next morning, you add your choice of toppings and run out the door! In my version, I added peanut butter and chia jam, a great sugar-free alternative to store-bought jelly. I recommend that you make the jam the night before so you can let it set overnight. You simply warm up your berries in a small saucepan, mash them, add chia seeds and let it simmer for 10 minutes. The chia seeds will absorb the liquid and you’ll get a thick sugar-free jam! If you’re into Sunday meal prep, you could make big batches of jam and oats to enjoy throughout the week!
Overnight oats are the solution to everything: heat, lack of time and hangry mornings. Trust me when I say you’ll be full until noon with this one! That’s coming from someone who needs to eat every two hours… If anything can tame the monster that is me without food, it’s oatmeal. 😉
Seriously though. Peanut Butter + Jelly + Oatmeal… BEST BREAKFAST EVER!
Peanut butter and Jelly are the perfect match, especially when added to oatmeal. This easy overnight oats recipe is sweetened with fruits only and will keep you full for hours!
If you make this recipe, don’t forget to tag your photo #unsweetenedcaroline