By Jess
January 22, 2017

Looks like you CAN have chocolate for breakfast! These chocolate and peanut butter overnight oats make a delicious breakfast or easy snack on the go.

Ingredients:

  • 40g oats
  • 1 tbsp cacao powder
  • 1 tsp chia seeds
  • 1 tbsp peanut butter
  • 1/4 cup chocolate chips
  • 125 mls almond milk
  • Maple syrup (to taste)

All you have to do is combine all the ingredients in a container and leave in the fridge overnight and the oats will be ready for your breakfast.





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  • YUUUM! this sounds awesome!

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  • Ok, this sounds amazing! I will definitely give it a whirl

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  • This sounds so tasty

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  • This is a little bit different but they sure look good!

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  • Very handy to have breakfast prepared before the morning !

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  • I think I might make this tonight for tomorrow’s brekky, thanks for sharing, sounds delish.

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  • Video not working but definitely sounds like an interesting mix. I love chocolate, but funnily enough, I don’t consider it for breakfast in any way.

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  • Oh wow, what a delicious combination of ingredients! A cheeky treat that’s not too bad for you! Yum! Love the easy to follow video, makes it simpler.

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  • I am wondering why you need to add maple syrup to this mix, when you are using peanut butter and chocolate, surely the peanut butter & choc has flavour not to mention sugar.

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  • I really love this and have made something similar-but without the peanut butter and choc chips. I was wary of having cold ‘porridge’ as such but it is just so lovely. Really nice in summer.

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  • Have seen these around and the only thing I keep wondering is it eaten cold. Not sure about cold oatmeal, maybe it can be hearten up.

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  • This looks like something to try – make ahead for the road trips when you leave early and then have breakfast on the road.

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  • This is lactose free for those who can’t digest the sugar in cow’s milk

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  • A great recipe that sound’s delicious!

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  • Yummy another recipe I am looking forward to trying.

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