This recipe is sponsored by The Quaker Oats Company. All opinions are my own.
Who else is on the overnight oats bandwagon?
This make-ahead breakfast is great for those on the go and want something quick and nutritious in the mornings, without a lot of hands-on time.
Oats are highly versatile, offering countless possibilities to get more nutrition and taste of out what you eat everyday. In this recipe, they serve as a nutritious blank canvas for these sweet breakfast combos. Whether you are a classic peanut butter and banana lover or prefer the unique taste of carrot cake, there is a combination for everyone!
I am so excited to partner with Quaker because not only are they the leading expert in oats, committed to combining science, scale, passion and expertise for over 140 years, they are helping people get real about nutrition. Oats have something to contribute and can help support a healthy lifestyle.
These recipes provide fiber to help support digestive health.
Maintaining digestive health is important to help keep us feeling our best.and keep things moving through the digestive tract. Did you know that experts recommend eating at least 25-38 grams of fiber a day to help support a healthy digestive system? If not, you’re not alone. Dietary fiber is a shortfall nutrient, meaning that most people aren’t getting the recommended amount. Each of these overnight oat jars contains one half cup of oats which are not only a good source of fiber, but also provide essential vitamins and minerals that our bodies need, including vitamin B1, magnesium, phosphorous and manganese. This recipe contains a unique nutrition profile with a balance of both insoluble and soluble fiber.
For more information about the digestive benefits of Quaker Oats and how small steps can help make a big difference, watch their latest video series here.
If you make this recipe to help meet your digestive health goals, be sure to share with me and @Quaker on Instagram!