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Raspberry Coconut Overnight Oats

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Raspberry Coconut Overnight Oats

Tart raspberries, crunchy coconut and sweet bananas combine to create a well-rounded and delicious morning treat. The variety of colors and textures are sure to please even the pickiest taste buds first thing in the morning.

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3 responses to “Raspberry Coconut Overnight Oats”

  1. Avatar Shirley Young says:

    Ummm! Enter and log this recipe and you will get a single serving of 598 calories!! I have reentered the recipe twice this morning after preparing it last night, I had eaten it already! Thanks I just ate under 600 calories. Import it into your system and tell me if the program computes it the same way? Writer please tell me how you didn’t get the same results.???

    • Avatar Registered User says:

      I got roughly what their estimates were, about 40 kcal more, and I used whole milk. We would need to compare exactly which ingredient entries we used in the mfp recipe calculator to figure out the discrepancy. I am curious too if they used the mfp calculator for their estimate or some other calculator!

  2. Avatar Registered User says:

    This recipe is ok – I prepared it as instructed, except I used whole milk instead of skim. Very healthy and quick to eat, however without the fruit it would be very bland. This is the first time I have tried overnight oats and it seems more like a summer food – cold and with summer fruit – rather than for fall when a warm bowl of oatmeal would please on a foggy day (foggy where I am at least!).

    If I were to make it again I would add hazelnuts or almonds, omit the lemon juice, replace the milk with Greek yogurt, add a pinch of salt, and whip in a tsp of honey.

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