Reese’s Overnight Oats (high protein)

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I loved these because of how creamy they turned out. I made them before and I had to write down the exact proportions because of how well they turned out. Now I made these again last night but I ran out of almond milk! So I improvised and used some of the nonfat kefir I had in the fridge. The original written down recipe calls for 2/3 cup almond milk so you can try it either the original way or the way I’ve written it down in the recipe. Both results in creamy delicious oaty goodness. Mmmm.

Reese's Overnight Oats (high protein)

My preference is for multi grain hot cereal rather than Old Fashioned oats simply because they have less calories. But then again they are also tastier, there is more of a complex flavor to them. But both kinds will work here, of course.

Reese's Overnight Oats (high protein)

I was actually surprised how much these overnight oats truly taste like a peanut butter cup. But better! Because it’s healthier, fills you up more, packed with protein, not much sugar, AND it’s creamy (who doesn’t like creaminess?). These proportions are much recommended.

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Reese's Overnight Oats (high protein)

Peanut Butter Chocolate “Reeses” Overnight Oats [serves 1]

  • 1/3 cup multi grain hot cereal (or Old Fashioned oats)
  • 1 Tbsp PB2
  • 1/3 scoop chocolate protein powder
  • 8 drops chocolate NuNaturals Stevia
  • scant 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
  • *1/4 cup plain nonfat kefir (or another 1/4 cup almond milk)

Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl. Cover. Stick in the fridge overnight. Ready to eat in the morning, just give em a stir. Delicious and creamy!

Nutritional Facts: 185 calories, 4g sugar, 17g protein

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Last Updated on March 27, 2019

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  1. I didn’t know there was chocolate stevia! Whoa! This recipe looks awesome … I love dessert flavored things for breakfast 🙂

  2. yum! i love using kefir in recipes – makes it so creamy and delicious!

  3. WOW! I’m wild about ‘doctoring’ oatmeal…which I love with anything added to it. I have never ever heard of doing this overnight ‘thing’ and you can be sure I will be enjoying this for br’fast in the morning. Thanks –

  4. Mmm Chocolate Peanut butter. Has to be good! I keep seeing recipes for oatmeal that is not baked, it seems like a great idea for summer.

    Thanks for linking up to Healthy 2Day Wednesday! Hope to see you again tomorrow.

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  6. Just wondering as a newbie….what do you mean by PB2? Peanut Butter _______????

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