Peach Melba Overnight Oats

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I ate oatmeal every day for 10 years straight in a row from the time I was in high school to a few years back.  It was my go to meal every morning, I loved it and I never tired of it.  Adding in goodies sometimes like peanut butter or fruit.  It always tasted good and comforting to me and I looked forward to it.  It got me through my workouts and races fueling me good without me feeling heavy.  I took a break from it a few years back when I was eating totally raw, swapping it for chia porridge or sprouted buckwheat, but now I am back to it again for the most part.  It is economical which is important to me since I am on a budget, it fills me up and is easy to make.  Surprisingly though, I have never until this past week tried overnight oats!

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I have been drooling over recipes for them just about forever so it was about time I did. I see people making all these delicious creative combinations that would make me really exited for breakfast so I had to make some of my own.  I went simple this time and used ingredients I had on hand.  Peach Melba Oats was what resulted.  I had peaches and raspberries and I love the combination and couldn't think of anything more delicious in oatmeal at that point, so I went for it. I used steel cut oats because I like a little more texture to mine but you can feel free to use raw rolled oats if you want it raw or just regular rolled oats if you like it smoother.

Peach Melba Oats

I added in a touch of cinnamon and used some of my home made coconut milk, and added in some chia seeds for extra protein and healthy omega 3 oils.  What resulted was pure delicious goodness.  Probably the most tasty bowl of oatmeal I have had since I usually go pretty plain with it.  The best part was, it was all ready to go for me.  Just grab and eat, no cooking required which is important when I am in a hurry in the morning before work.  I will definitely be making more overnight oats in the future!

Peach Melba Overnight Oats

Serves 1-2

1/2 cup gluten free steel cut oats or rolled oats (if you want this to be raw use raw rolled oats)
1 cup raw coconut milk or almond milk (I make my own see how HERE)

1 Tbsp chia seeds

1 tsp pure vanilla extract

1/4 tsp cinnamon

stevia or maple syrup to taste

1/2 cup diced peaches

1/2 cup raspberries

In a jar, combine all ingredients, and stir to mix together.  Let sit in the refrigerator covered overnight.  Enjoy in the morning!

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