Overnight Oats Recipe That You Need Today!

March 2, 2021

I got a ton of DMs about the overnight oats I posted. If you have followed me for a while, you know about the meal plan. If you’re new, I started fixing my eating habits, first with the 21 Day Meal Plan, and then I followed it up with her Tiffany’s Faves. I lost 48 lbs total. And surprisingly have done a pretty damn good job keeping 98% of it off. Not sure how because I don’t always eat the best, and the hormones and such definitely made that worse, haha.

The 21 Day Meal plan is a giant list of food that is compliant. There’s a lot of things on there, but if you’re used to eating fast food and shit, it will feel restrictive. It did for me, but I thrived on it. I used to eat fast food almost every day, and it was terrible. Plus all the diet coke I drank. I started the plan, dropped the diet coke, and rarely eat fast food. I then switched to the Tiffany’s Faves, which have a bit more wiggle room on the types of food included. I was sold at POTATOES!!

You also get access to a group where so many people have created their own compliant recipes, and I have yet to have a bad one. I am actually starting to incorporate more of the meals back into my daily life. Not a strict meal plan, but definitely adding them back in. I did the other day with the oats and forgot how fucking delicious they are!

This is just ONE of the many recipes in the meal plan, which you can get here. I’ll link to the items if they’re available on Amazon so you can order there, or check your local Instacart if you’re too busy to run to the store. As I make them, they aren’t low-calorie foods. I, however, typically only eat two meals a day, with a snack in there sometimes. This is just because of my sleep schedule, how my day is, etc. You can cut out calories (if you’re concerned, though the meal plan is NOT about calorie counting) by losing the chocolate chips.

Recipe

Ingredients
  • 3/4 Old Fashioned Oats
  • 3/4 milk of choice (I’ve used both kinds of milk shown below)
  • 1 packet of stevia
  • 2 tbsp PB2 (powdered peanut butter. I like to switch up the reg for chocolate sometimes)
Optional ingredients
Instructions

Add all of the ingredients to your mason jar, shake the shit out of it, and pop in the fridge overnight. One is good in the fridge for 3-4 days. I add the optional ingredients right before eating!

You can swap the milk depending on your preference. I liked the chocolate a lot; it’s just thicker, so I used a little water in the morning to thin it out a little bit. I also prefer to make them in these mason jars. That way, you can add the ingredients, shake it all up, and pop it in the fridge overnight. I prefer to eat them cold, but you can heat them. Making them in the mason jar also makes it easier to take on the go if you’re running to work, drop off, etc.

Calorie counting is not part of the meal plans. But for your reference, as I make them:

Low cal vanilla almond milk
higher cal, chocolate almond milk, more protein!

If you try it, let me know how you like it! Also, if you’re looking to switch up your eating, I CANNOT recommend the meal plans enough. Seriously, these plans Tiffany created are amazing, and really fucking work!

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