Made with just six simple ingredients, my peanut butter overnight oats recipe is so quick and easy to make, anyone can whip it up.
Plus, it can easily be made gluten free and vegan friendly.
If you’re about to finish a jar of jam or marmalade, don’t lob it in the bin, instead soak it in some soapy water and reuse it.
It’s the perfect sized container for this recipe.
* 362 calories per serving
* Low in sugar
* High in fibre
* Gluten-free – if using gluten-free oats
* Vegan – if using dairy-free yoghurt
Peanut butter overnight oats recipe (serves 1)
– 50g (1/2 cup) oats
– 8 tbsp boiling water
– 2 tbsp any low-fat yoghurt
– 1 tbsp peanut butter
– 1 tbsp mashed banana
– 1 tbsp sweetener
1. Pour the oats and hot water into a bowl, stir, then leave for a couple of minutes so it thickens.
2. Once thickened, stir in all of the other ingredients.
3. Once combined pour into an empty jar or container with a lid.
4. Pop the lid on and leave in the fridge overnight.
5. The next morning take it out the fridge and eat it as it is or drizzle over some milk and a sprinkling of peanuts (optional).
Top tips for making peanut butter overnight oats
– Use crunchy peanut butter to add a bit of texture.
– Use an over-ripe banana as they are naturally sweeter.
– If you haven’t got sweetener you could use maple syrup or sugar.
– If you’re a meal prepping fan, make up a few jars to save you time in the morning.
– My recipes can easily be adapted to suit your taste, so if you prefer yours sweeter just add more sweetener or if you want more protein in your breakfast add more peanut butter.
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