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Blueberry Lemon Overnight Oats

Oatmeal soak in almond milk overnight, mixed with lemon juice, blueberries and all other kinds of goodness! These are the perfect thing to make for breakfast! Mix it up the night before, and enjoy and hassle free morning! This recipe is 6 WW Freestyle Points and

WW My Way Smart Points: 7 Green, 6 Blue, 2 Purple

WW Freestyle Smart Points: 6

Preparing for Your Morning!

I use regular mason jars for my oats, and I found these handy dandy white screw on covers that make my life so much easier then messing with the metal canning ones! The pictures are a little backwards, as I've found I like to mix the wet ingredients first - its so much easier to get all stirred together - and I took these pictures before I figured that part out.

I dumped in the original unsweetened almond milk to the 1/2 cup line on the jar and then mix in the vanilla and lemon juice. I pour in a tablespoon of sugar free maple syrup and give it another stir. I then add in the chia seeds and mix those in. Next, I plop a spoonful of the greek yogurt in - about 1/8th cup but I don't measure this.

Once all of that is mixed together, I dump in the oats - I used old fashion style, but you can use steel cut if you prefer those. (Just don't use Instant Oats)

After that I dump in my desired amount of blueberries, about 1/3 cup. Sometimes more sometimes less - whatever you want to do. The good part about overnight oats is that they are very customizable! Once everything is mixed in, I then put the lid on and give them a shake so that everything really mixes in.

I set them in the fridge from there and leave them overnight to set up. Before I take them in the morning, I like to throw a blob of fat free cool whip on top for a little extra creamy/sweetness

If you like your oats more runny, stir in a bit more almond milk to get the consistency you like. If you prefer thicker oats, I would use slightly less milk then the recipe calls for.

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