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Apple Cinnamon & Chia Overnight Oats

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Apple Cinnamon & Chia Overnight Oats

This simple six-ingredient breakfast combines classic fall flavors of tart apple and sweet cinnamon. Chia seeds and yogurt round out the dish for a for a heartier texture.

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7 responses to “Apple Cinnamon & Chia Overnight Oats”

  1. Avatar Chuck Connolly says:

    Do you use Instant Oats?

  2. Avatar Robin Williford says:

    Instant Oats?

  3. Avatar Kendra Osuoji says:

    Can this be heated? I usually don’t eat cold oats…

  4. Avatar Sara Getzkin says:

    Hi! Usually these are eaten cold. DO NOT use instant oats. Instant oats are processed and will be ultra-mushy if you use them. Instead, use either OLD FASHIONED or STEEL CUT oats. These are the whole grain oats, so they are more hearty and nutritious! They will not get mushy in milk/milk alternative and yogurt.

  5. Avatar Katy F says:

    Hi Sara, I wanted to ask about the calories in this. When I enter this receipt manually the Quaker Oats (1/2 C uncooked) is 300 calories alone. Total calories with the rest of the ingredients was 515 (I used cashew milk and low fat vanilla yogurt).

    It was really tasty and very filling – should the oats only be 1/4 C dry?


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