We’re oatmeal eaters–my doctor recommended oats every day for my cholesterol, and I’m not complaining!
So we came up with this recipe White Chocolate Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal.
White Chocolate + Raspberries = OMG.
In the winter, we eat oatmeal for breakfast almost every day, but I’d rather not have to turn on the stove in the summer.
I’d also like my kids to be able to get breakfast for themselves!
So lately we’ve been making overnight oats that they can just help themselves to in the morning.
Cookie Flavored Breakfast!
This recipe is based on one of my favorite cookies and, well, may or may not have been what my doctor had in mind for my daily oat intake.
But it’s good!
White Chocolate Raspberry Overnight Oats Recipe
Preparation Time is 20 minutes
12 oz. fresh or frozen raspberries
2 lbs. plain yogurt (whole milk recommended)
1 packet white chocolate hot cocoa mix
6.5 Oz. Macadamia nuts, chopped
3.5 oz white chocolate bar, chopped
1/4 cup maple syrup or honey (optional)
2 cups old-fashioned oats
Combine all ingredients in a big bowl.
Portion out into individual containers.
- 12 oz. fresh or frozen raspberries
- 2 lbs. plain yogurt (whole milk recommended)
- 1 packet white chocolate hot cocoa mix
- 6.5 Oz. Macadamia nuts, chopped
- 3.5 oz white chocolate bar, chopped
- 1/4 cup maple syrup or honey (optional)
- 2 cups old-fashioned oats
- Combine all ingredients in a big bowl. Portion out into individual containers.
- For an extra decadent treat, double the white chocolate.
- Make sure that your cocoa and chocolate bar contain cocoa butter--otherwise, it isn't true white chocolate, it's just sweet white stuff.
- Despite the name, you don't actually have to wait overnight to eat this--you can eat it right away, and I think I may prefer that myself. At any rate, I would eat it the next morning or maybe the one after that.
- Instead of combining, you can layer the ingredients in the container for a pretty look and, if you put the nuts between the wet stuff and the oats, a chewier texture.