There’s got to be something as easy as instant oatmeal that you can make fresh, right? Yes! This is too easy, and as far as I’m concerned, it’s faster overall than pulling over on the way to work and waiting in line at a drive-thru for one of their breakfasts. Recipes can sometimes be intimidating, but I find that once you have worked through them the first time, you can’t really deny how quickly you can throw them together again, especially once you’ve tasted the finished product!
Take some common pantry items and see what you can do! Here’s everything put together in a portable storage container you can take to school or the office or eat before you leave home in the morning.
I made more than one container divided into portions. Overnight oats left more than 48 hours should probably be thrown out. I prefer to portion out the dry ingredients into containers for the week and then add the wet ingredients the night before. Here, I would add the syrup and milk as wet ingredients or risk it not mixing evenly or the oats become mushy.
Here’s the recipe I’ve adapted to make sugar-free:
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