Strawberry-Mint Overnight Oats

Strawberry-Mint Overnight Oats

3.5 from 2 reviews
Strawberry-Mint Overnight Oats
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 1
  • Serving size: 1 jar
  • Calories: 308
  • Fat: 6g
  • Saturated fat: 1g
  • Trans fat: 0g
  • Carbohydrates: 55g
  • Sugar: 25g
  • Sodium: 73mg
  • Fiber: 8g
  • Protein: 12g
  • Cholesterol: 3mg
Recipe type: Breakfast
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Overnight oats are an easy, no-cook options for these dog days of summer when you just don’t want to turn on the stove. You can prep a batch the night before and grab it as you’re heading out the door. Plus, the varieties are endless!
  • ½ cup Quaker old-fashioned oats
  • ⅔ cups nonfat milk
  • 2 teaspoons chia seeds
  • 1 tablespoon 100% maple syrup
  • 3 strawberries
  • 1 tablespoon finely chopped mint
  • 1 (16-ounce) jar with lid
  1. Combine oats, milk, chia and maple syrup in the jar and stir to combine. Cover with the lid and place in the refrigerator overnight. In the morning, remove the jar from the refrigerator and stir to combine. If you like it warm, place in the microwave (without the lid) for 2 minutes.
  2. Thinly slice the strawberries. Top the sliced berries and mint over the oatmeal and enjoy!
**Photo credit: Gail Watson Photography
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  • Donia Key
    Posted at 14:12h, 01 September Reply

    Way too much sugar for my no sugar requirements. I’ll have to look through your recipes and see if i can replace some of the sugars with Stevia.

    • Kellie Hallaron
      Posted at 15:50h, 01 December Reply

      you can omit the maple syrup for approx 13 gram reduction or use 1 tsp for approx 8 gram reduction. Can also use a high protein milk to reduce carbs/simple sugar

    • Toby Amidor
      Posted at 15:55h, 01 December Reply

      Hi Donia,
      Feel free to modify to your own needs. You can always use a different sweetener or reduce the amount of the maple syrup.

    Posted at 11:57h, 09 June Reply

    I’m also substituting gluten free psyllium husk powder for the chia seeds. Extra fiber and low fat should help with cholesterol, right? (I’m not worried about a tablespoon of maple syrup yet with fruit, I may do a teaspoon sometime instead just to see if I miss it.) Thanks for these recipes!

    • Toby Amidor
      Posted at 15:35h, 09 June Reply

      Hi Marsha,
      Yes both are soluble fiber which is the type of fiber that may help lower blood cholesterol.
      Let me know how it turns out!

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