Bob’s Red Mill Overnight Eggnog Oatmeal
Start your day with a cup of cheer Ė with eggnog oatmeal. Trust me, itís delicious.
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I thought for sure that when I went dairy-free and egg-free, eggnog was going to be off limits. However, now there are several dairy-free brands producing excellent vegan nog to be enjoyed by all! Now that I have an endless supply of non-egg eggnog, I wanted to experiment with new eggnog inspired recipes.† And what’s better than to start your day with a cup of cheer – with eggnog oatmeal. Trust me, it’s delicious.
Bob's Red Mill Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cups
Bob’s Red Mill recently launched their packaged gluten-free instant oatmeal cups. These cups come in four flavors – Apple Cinnamon, Blueberry Hazelnut, Brown Sugar & Maple, and Classic. Each contain gluten-free oats and a combination of flax and chia – filled with whole grains to keep you full.† They retail for about $2.49 for a 2.36 oz. cup. After adding in hot water, the oats are ready in about three minutes. For this recipe, I used the classic flavor – and let the eggnog do all the hard flavor work.
Overnight oats are so easy, and provide a filling and simple breakfast. It takes only a few minutes and a few ingredients to put together and stick in a fridge. All the work is done in a few hours – or overnight. While I never thought I’d enjoy a cold bowl of oats in the morning, these chilled oats were delicious.
1 Bob’s Red Mill Oatmeal Cup in original
Ĺ cup Dairy-free gluten-free eggnog of choice
Ĺ cup Dairy-free gluten-free plain or unsweetened yogurt
1 Mason jar with lid†
Empty the container of oatmeal into the bottom of a clean mason jar.
Add eggnog and yogurt into the jar.
Stir or shake until blended – whatever delights you!
Leave jar in the refrigerator overnight until the oats soak up the liquid in the jar.
In the morning, eat the oats as is, or heat them up to your preferred temperature.
If desired, top with a neutral topping, as the eggnog is a strong flavor, like raw chopped cashews.
There are plenty of ways to use the Gluten-Free Oatmeal Cups from Bob’s Red Mill – but my favorite way is still right out of the cup and directly into my mouth! Look for the oatmeal cups at a store near you now!
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