Recipes: oatmeal

Overnight Protein Oats with Chai Milk

By Gina Caputo

Overnight Protein Oats with Chai Milk
I am constantly making new versions of my overnight protein oats - some are forgettable (sorry PBJ overnight oats) and some are WINNERS. A winner I've been loving these last chilly weeks are my Chai Overnight Oats! Much like my other recipes, you add the flavor, in this case, the chai tea concentrate, to the milk!

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Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats

By Gina Caputo

Pumpkin Spice Overnight Oats
I'm not a pumpkin spice fanatic. I don't go to Starbucks for the pumpkin spice drinks and don't buy pumpkin spice candles and all that. But for this entire year I've been obsessed with making overnight protein oats trying to find the most delicious ways to eat this super-convenient breakfast. So once the PS mania started this year, I thought I should give some Pumpkin Spice Overnight Protein Oats a try and this one is a WINNER! 

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Overnight Oats with Mango Milk

By Gina Caputo

Overnight Oats with Mango Milk
I loved my Overnight Oats with Blueberry Milk so much that I started to get creative with more fruit milks in my overnight oats. And this tropical delight was a big WIN!! Mangoes are in season right now - you can use frozen ones or chop up fresh mango if you prefer. Cool oats are especially good in the summer when you don't want a bowl of hotness to start your day!

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Overnight Protein Oats with Blueberry Milk

By Gina Caputo

Overnight Protein Oats with Blueberry Milk
I held off for YEARS on making overnight oats. I didn't get it, oatmeal just doesn't take that much time or effort to cook and why would I ever want to eat oats cold anyway? I came across a recipe that included nut milk blended with frozen blueberries and since they are in my top 3 fave fruits, I finally bit and made my own version just to see if overnight oats are worth all the hype.

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Balanced Breakfast Bonanza

By Gina Caputo

Balanced Breakfast Bonanza Bowl - Ayurveda Breakfast Bowl by Gina Caputo

When I make One Bowl Wonders, I love to combine flavors, textures and temperatures. When it comes to flavors, I try to include as many of the 6 Ayurvedic flavors as I possibly can. It is believed that the most well-balanced, nourishing meals reflect all 6 tastes: sweet, salty, sour, astringent, bitter, pungent (spicy). So when Kashi asked me to shift gears and make a breakfast One Bowl Wonder, I wanted to stay true to my process and combine hot oatmeal with cool, smooth yogurt and dry, crunchy Kashi as well as fold in all 6 Ayurvedic tastes!

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