Creamy and dreamy overnight oats! Make this kidney-friendly dish the night before for a delicious plant-based breakfast that is ready to eat in the morning. Perfect for those busy mornings when you need something fast!
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This recipe was developed and tested by Jessica Prohn, MS, RD, CSR, LDN.
Creamy and dreamy overnight oats! Make this dish the night before for a delicious breakfast that is ready to eat in the morning. Perfect for those busy mornings when you need something fast!
1.5 Cups Rolled Oats
1 Cup canned coconut milk
1.5 Cups Unsweetened Almond Milk
2 Tbsp. Chia Seeds
Optional: 1/2 tsp. ground cinnamon
1. In a mason jar or container, add all ingredients and stir to combine
2. Seal or cover and leave in the refrigerator for at least 8 hours or overnight
3. Divide into serving bowls and top with desired toppings (berries, nuts, seeds, coconut flakes)
Higher Calorie: Add nuts, seeds, or coconut flakes as toppings.
Higher Protein: Add nuts, seeds, or nut/seed butter as toppings. Use soy milk instead of almond milk.
PB/J: Add fresh or frozen mixed berries and peanut butter as toppings.
Chocolate: Mix in 1/4 C. of cocoa powder.
Pumpkin Pie: Substitute coconut milk for pumpkin puree, mix in 2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice, and add chopped pecan as topping.
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