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18 September 2013



sounds interesting.

cecilia paintin

I eat alot of quacker oats.

Mike Seymour

Actually, I make something like this each morning. No cooking; just drop it all in the blender. The oats are a good way to lower cholestrol. Keeps my stomach quiet all morning. 1/2 cup oats, 3/4 cup milk, 1 tbsp sugar, and a plumb. Blend until smoooth.

Magali Grimany

Thank you so much for this recipe! My son loves to eat oatmeal in the mornings, but he leaves for college before I get up, so I usually have to cook enough oatmeal for several days so he can just reheat in the mornings. Your recipe is a great option. I'll see if he's up to preparing this for himself in the evenings. I will at least prepare some tonight for both of us to have tomorrow morning.


I have overnight oats for breakfast everyday! I usually add 1/2 banana, 1tbsp chia seeds/basil seeds, 1tsp honey, 1/2 cup oats, 1/2 cup milk and 1/2 cup water. All for a total of 350 Kcal for a breakfast I loook forward to!

Carolyn Koenig

Yes, I will try this.

I also use uncooked oats for a version of Meusli (I use all organic ingredients): old fashioned uncooked oats, plain low-fat yogurt, walnut pieces (can be left out), at least 3 kinds of cut up fruit (such as grapes, bananas, blueberries, strawberries, peaches). Mix together. Start with about a cup of oats and a small container of yogurt and adjust amount to your preference depending on how moist you like it. It can sit overnight, but fresh is better. So easy. Yummy and healthy breakfast! My family loves it.

Sandy Sehman

Oats are good to reduce cholesterol!


Try it with dried cranberries, nuts and just a little brown sugar. Good stuff!

Ed Gibbs

For those who don't like yogurt or are lactose intolerant this also works with unsweetened applesauce and cinnamon. Just like that Apple Cinnamon oatmeal from the store, but without all the sugar. Eat it right from the fridge or pop it in the microwave for a couple minutes to warm it up.

Also try canned pumpkin and unsweetened almond milk with some Pumpkin Pie spices (nutmeg, cinnamon).


Yes, I will try it, but maybe with strawberry and bananas or cinnamon and brown sugar.

Kathy Bogue

This is a great recipe for camping also. You don't need to soak the oats all that long -- 10 or 15 minutes will do it. Then just add all the fruit, nuts and spices that are in season and available. Yum!


Partial recipe on first page with hyperlink to this page with full recipe states 1 Tablespoon of cinnamon, it should be 1 Teaspoon!

C. Kay

I'll try it with paleo cereal. IT is made with all kinds of nuts but should be great sitting overnight with almond milk.

Dorina Trinidad

I'll defintely make this as soon as I reach home - Can't wait to try this tomorrow morning:) Yummm!!!


I love ONO (overnight oats)! If you're vegan or lactose-intolerant, try the SO Delicious brand yogurt (it's made with coconut milk) or forget the yogurt all together and mix in 1 Tablespoon of chia seeds.


Can't wait to try this one. I usually add oats to a smoothie that I make at home with many of the ingredients in your recipe.

Sarah Sowards

Yes, I will try them. I like easy and this sounds really easy. Will probably use blueberries instead of rasberries.


yes i will try this.

i love oats and this sounds good

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