I think I finally found my go-to overnight oats recipe! I've always made overnight oats with regular old-fashioned/rolled oats and wasn't that big of a fan. I love steel cut oats but it never occurred to me to try it in overnight oats. I absolutely LOVE the chewiness of the oats, which some might be turned off by. Also, for those that are used to sugary sweet processed breakfast cereals, this probably isn't for you. But it should be ;) - much healthier. This doesn't seem like it makes a lot, but it's actually quite filling. The only changes I made were to use unsweetened cashew milk (bc that's what I tend to have on hand nowadays), I used half the pecans and I used flaked coconut (larger pieces) instead of shredded. With these changes, the calorie count was 271. I was so happy to have made this last night bc this morning I woke up late for work and otherwise wouldn't have eaten breakfast. A perfect on-to-go breakfast! I like putting my overnight oats in small canning jars. For those who can't find unsweetened coconut, Bob's Red Mill makes some, so check that section of the store. These oats won't get soft, so if that's what you're looking for, you're better off sticking with a cooked oatmeal recipe.
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I think I finally found my go-to overnight oats recipe! I've always made overnight oats with...