Serving size is really dependent on your preference for breakfast. It will serve 2 of my younger kids or one very hungry teenager.
Author: Cynthia Rusincovitch
Plain Ole' Vanilla
1/2cuprolled oats(the old fashioned kind not the instant variety)
3/4cupmilk, dairy or non-dairy
1/4cupGreek Yogurt, Plain
2tbspmaple syrup or honeymore or less to taste
Strawberries and Cream
1/2cupfresh sliced strawberries
1-2tbspcream or half and half
Make Ahead: Add all ingredients for Plain Ole' Vanilla to a jar with a lid. Mason jars work great for this. Screw on the lid and shake until combined. Store jar in the refrigerator for up to 5 days, as long as your dairy is in date. When you pull them out of the refrigerator the next day, they should be nice and thick. Give them a good shake to make sure everything is combined.
Time to Eat: Pull your Vanilla Overnight Oats out of the refrigerator. Spoon in a tablespoon or two of strawberry jam and stir. Top with a big pile of sliced strawberries, sliced almonds, a drizzle of cream or half and half, and a drizzle on honey.
Note: Chia seeds are so good for you! But if they are just not your thing, omit them and use only ½ cup of milk.
Strawberries and Cream Overnight Oats https://www.mynourishedhome.com/strawberries-and-cream-overnight-oats/ June 7, 2015