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Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit

Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit Breakfast RecipeOvernight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit

This is a super quick, almost no cleanup dish that will help start your day perfectly! It can even be prepared all in the same dish that you will serve it in. We hope that you love our Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit Breakfast Recipe.

Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit

Ingredients

  • 1 cup steel cut oats
  • 2 cups of liquid, your choice of anything along the lines of milk, we used almond milk
  • ¼ cup sliced almonds
  • 1/3 cup of chopped prunes
  • fresh strawberries for topping

Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit Breakfast Recipe Overnight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit Breakfast RecipeOvernight Steel Cut Oats with Almonds and Fruit Breakfast RecipeDirections

  1. Add your liquid to the oats and chopped prunes, nuts… stir thoroughly, cover and refrigerate. About 1-3 hours later give it a quick stir to ensure the oats haven’t settled to the bottom (at this point they will have absorbed enough liquid to be fuller and wont separate again). The oats pictured rested in the refrigerator for about 12 hours total.
  2. You may choose to eat them cold or heat them on cold mornings (ours took about 2 minutes in the skillet). A quick mix in the morning, top with additional fresh fruit and nuts and you’re set!
  3. We had about a cup that was saved for the following morning. The dish stayed perfectly as it was the first morning, not even a little mushy!

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7 Comments Leave a Comment »

  1. Arlinda

    I must try this recipe.

  2. I’m not big on oatmeal but I know how healthy it is so I’m going to try this recipe!

  3. Christy Peeples DuBois

    I do enjoy oatmeal for breakfast and it would be so nice to have it ready in the morning when I’m ready. I will be trying this tomorrow night. Thanks so much. 

  4. Cynthia R

    I have a die hard oatmeal fan friend who doesn’t even bother using hot water or hot milk, just dowses cold milk over the oats and spoons it in on a daily basis.

  5. I have been wanting to try overnight oats. I like the ingredients you put into yours.

  6. This would be a great timesaver for us. Let us feed the kids something different in the morning without a lot of hassle.

  7. My hubby likes to eat oats every morning in the winter. These overnight oats sound like a great way to punch up his otherwise boring oatmeal breakfast!

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