Sweet, creamy, full of luscious fruit and wonderful spices: Apple Spice Overnight Oats is a heavenly combination of premium ingredients, heart healthy fats and sweetened only with fruit.
Our favorite nutritiously balanced breakfast is ready to grab for work, school, a road trip, or get back in bed! Just add your favorite nut milk to our oats, stir and soak overnight in the fridge. Wake up ready to enjoy the spectrum of micronutrients in each jar.
Enjoy our oats hot or cold!
COLD: Pour one Doc's Daughters packet into a 12 oz. jar. Pour in 2/3 cup of plant milk. Stir to blend or cover to shake. Refrigerate overnight for 7 to 9 hours for a creamy texture. Enjoy your healthy breakfast at home or on the go! (If you’re in a hurry you can soak it for 30 minutes).
HOT: Pour one Doc's Daughters packet into a small pot and add up to 1 cup of plant milk. Bring to a soft boil, then lower the heat. Stir occasionally until the oats reach you desired consistency. Transfer to a bowl. Start the day with the comforting taste of gluten-free oatmeal!
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Don't even need to soak them overnight. I add one cup of almond milk, and 1/2 cup of wild blueberries and nuke it.
Still enjoying these overnight oats every morning. Only add 1/4 cup of organic rolled oats and 1 tablespoon of ground flaxseed. Yum!
My husband and I enjoy the apple spice overnight oats. We add a few dates and pistachios.