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4 Comments

  1. Hi Melissa, I make Overnight Oats often using any dried fruit I can find. One of my favorites is dried peaches, almonds, and just a hint of ground flax seed (don’t want my tummy too roughed up). To this I add a splash of half & half after I’ve warmed the oatmeal up the next morning. But when eating it cold, I like to toss in chopped Granny Smith apples with walnuts and dark raisins with a little Blue Agave for extra sweetness. Overnight Oats are the best thing for busy mornings for me! Take care and have the most wonderful day – Debra

  2. Oatmeal used to be my go-to breakfast. Then I got pregnant and I couldnt handle the texture with morning sickness. Then I liked food again and gave in to most (unhealthy) cravings. Cravings aren’t an excuse anymore so its time for this mommy to get back into healthy eating! This is perfect as it requires minimal prep and is ready when I get up.
    Hope you are enjoying your baby to the fullest!

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