#36alive 203: Overnight Peanut Butter Oats

We’ve all been there haven’t we, sticking a small spoon in to a jar of peanut butter trying to get the last little bit out so as to not waste any. Well say goodbye to those frustrating moments as this little trick will ensure we get the most out of our peanut butter.

The next time your jar of peanut butter is nearly empty, transform it in to an overnight oats holder.

To do this simply pour some oats in to the jar, with some milk, stick it in the fridge overnight then hey presto, breakfast is served the next morning.

You can get creative with this and add whatever you like to it, this is what I put in mine last night:

Peanut butter (obviously)


Non dairy milk



Dark chocolate

This is a great idea, if I do say so myself, however I can not take credit for this. This idea came out of the The Food Medic book written by Dr Hazel Wallace. I bought this book for my parents and I’d highly recommend this book to everyone.

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#36alive 203: Overnight Peanut Butter Oats We've all been there haven't we, struggling away with a spoon trying to get the last bit of peanut butter out the jar. Well, struggle no more with this clever idea. When you're down to your last bit of Peanut butter, use it to make some overnight oats as I did last night. You can stick whatever you want in really, in his video I've used, oats, non dairy milk, honey and cinnamon. 😋😋😋😋😋😋😋 While I'd love to take credit for this idea, I can't. I recently bought my parents the brilliant @thefoodmedic book by Hazel Wallace and this idea featured in there. Check out Hazel's book for more recipes and great no nonsense nutritional advice. 😋😋😋😋😋😋😋 Other nut butters are available (although peanuts are technically not nuts but we're not splitting hairs here) #oats #getyouroats #nutrition #plantbased #peanutbutter #porridge #breakfast #garmin #honey ##passthehoneyhoney #passthesugarsugar #passtheteabag #yolo #thuglife

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