Berry Cobbler Overnight Oats

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Berry Cobbler Overnight Oats are a healthy, easy, make-ahead recipe that’s full of nutrition to help keep you satisfied and energized all day long. They’re a great source of plant-based protein, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, magnesium, calcium, B vitamins, and Vitamin C. Plus, there’s no cooking involved whatsoever!

Ingredients

  • ½ cup organic quick oats (RFR tip - you can also use raw rolled oats)
  • 1 tbsp. ground chia seeds
  • 1 tbsp. coconut flour (this just makes it thick and cakey, it won't taste like coconut) - you could also use almond meal instead a tiny dash (1/4 tsp.) of NuNaturals Pure Stevia Extract (or 2-3 drops of liquid stevia)
  • ¼ tsp. alcohol-free vanilla extract
  • 2 tbsp. plain walnut bits (pieces)
  • 1 cup unsweetened non-dairy vanilla milk (RFR Tip - make your own nut milk for a truly raw version!)
  • ½ cup frozen mixed berries (I used an organic mix from Target)

Instructions

  1. First, layer ¼ cup of oats into a jar or mug. I used a coffee mug just for fun!
  2. Next add in the stevia, ground chia, and coconut flour (or almond flour).
  3. Now add in ¼ cup of frozen berries and ½ of the walnut bits (1 tbsp.).
  4. Add the vanilla, the remaining ¼ cup oats, and the almond milk. Stir slightly to combine (it doesn't have to be perfect).
  5. Top with the remaining ¼ cup of frozen berries and the other tablespoon of walnut bits.
  6. Let this sit in the fridge overnight (or at least 8 hours if you make it in the morning for later in the day).
  7. Come back, give everything a good stir, and you'll see all the colors of the berries release into the oats. Add a splash more of almond milk on top if you like, then dive in with a spoon and enjoy!

Notes

Feel free to use unsweetened cashew milk or coconut milk in place of the almond milk I used. I prefer almond milk in this recipe but to each her own. If you don't use stevia, you'll need to use another sweetener of choice. I use stevia since it's free of sugar and it's natural, not artificial, but you can use whatever you like!
Heather McCleesAbout Heather McClees

Heather McClees is a Plant-Based Certified Nutritionist, a professional freelance writer, and a health and wellness blogger from SC. She received her B.S. Degree in Nutrition Science and Dietetics and has written for The Raw Food World, One Green Planet, and All Women Stalk about health, nutrition, and wellness. Heather currently authors her own blog, The Soulful Spoon where she shares plant-based recipes and nutrition tips. She also coaches personal clients towards optimal health for their lifestyles and provides health insight to corporate companies. Heather is passionate about creating excitement and awareness about plant-based nutrition, the power of raw living foods, animal advocacy, physical fitness, and mind/body wellness. You can find her anytime at her blog, The Soulful Spoon or on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.

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