Here’s why learning how to make overnight oats can save you morning time hassles.
I’ve long struggled with eating breakfast; I’m rarely hungry in the morning and would prefer just coffee.
But I know breakfast is important, and if I don’t eat it, I usually wind up a hangry, shouty mommy by like 9am.
I kept hearing how amazing overnight oats were, but I was hesitant to try it out since, like, cold oatmeal? Um, no.
But my son loves oatmeal and I was sick of making it from scratch in the mornings, so I gave an overnight oats recipe a whirl.
They’re more filling than a bowl of cereal or a slice of toast, and I can create individual options for my kids based on their tastes. PBJ for one, brown sugar and walnuts for the other, fruit-topped for me.
Or we could all eat the same flavor instead. No one will die from the lack of variety. But that’s not nearly as Pinterest-y, now, is it? 😉