4tablespoonsbrown sugar - honeymaple syrup or molasses may all be substituted
1/2cupfresh or frozen blueberries
2wholepeaches diced1/2 cup diced frozen peach chunks may be substituted
Measure out all the ingredients, and set the fruit aside in the fridge for later.
Mix the rolled oats, milk, Greek yogurt, and sugar in a large bowl. You could optionally add the fruit now, to skip the last step.
Mix well and then portion the mixture into individual mason jars. I fill mine half full to allow for fruit to be added later. Let the oats sit overnight in the fridge for best results or for at least 8 hours.
When you are ready to eat the overnight oats, remove a jar from the fridge, open it and mix in some of the fresh fruit. Serve immediately.
I fill my mason jars half full to allow for fruit to be added later. You could optionally add the fruit before setting in the fridge, but the overnight oats may become watery depending on the fruit used.
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Blueberry & Peach Overnight Oats With Greek Yogurt https://www.earthfoodandfire.com/overnight-oats-with-greek-yogurt/ June 4, 2019