Almond Butter & Berry Burst Overnight Oats

1 Berry Medley Sweet-Bowl + 5 ingredients

Makes 2-4 Servings

PREP TIME: 5 minutes • COOK TIME: 0 minutes

Soy-free|Wheat-free

 

Fly out the door in the morning by taking 5 minutes to make this convenient & reviving recipe the night before you dig in. Fiber-filled oats & quinoa are joined by the familiar flavors of savory nut butter & luscious jam to power you through your day with a variety of beneficial nutrients. Discover why this gratifying breakfast favorite has become an overnight taste sensation!

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Ingredients 

1 LeafSide Berry Medley Sweet-Bowl

2/3 cup rolled oats

2 tablespoons almond butter

2 tablespoons chia seed jam*

2 teaspoons chia seeds

2 cups plant milk

TOOLS NEEDED:

CONTAINER WITH LID

Directions

1. Pour LeafSide’s Berry Medley Sweet-Bowl into a container with a lid; add oats, almond butter, jam, chia seeds, and plant milk.

2. Shake ingredients thoroughly and refrigerate for at least 4 hours.

3. Before serving, stir mixture and top with fresh berries & nuts, along with more almond butter, jam, and plant milk if desired.

 

Other suggested toppings: sliced banana, peanut butter, cacao nibs, granola.

 

TIP: If you prefer warm oats, microwave each serving for 45-60 seconds (add the toppings after heating).

Nutrition Nugget


Tiny But Mighty

Chia seeds deliver 2,400 milligrams of omega-3 essential fatty acids (EFAs) per tablespoon. As mentioned earlier, most Americans consume far more omega-6s than omega-3s, and this imbalance increases disease risk. Eating chia seeds increases the amount of omega-3s and can help restore your EFA balance. Even better, chia seeds are 40% fiber, making them one of the best sources of healthy prebiotics for your gut microbiome, which in turn feeds your immune system and brain with short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) they/you need. We’ll have more about amazingly beneficial SCFAs later; for now, remember to chew chia thoroughly, or toss in your blender, for maximum benefits.

Reference: https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/chia-seeds/

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