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Pea Protein Overnight Oats
Prep Time5minutes
Cook Time1overnight
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Instructions
  1. Mix rolled oats, chia seeds, hemp seeds (optional) almond milk, yogurt, and pea protein powder in a bowl or mason jar
  2. Let it sit in refrigerator overnight until the oatmeal has soaked up the liquid
  3. Remove from refrigerator and top as desired
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Votes: 36
Rating: 3.83
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Pea Protein Overnight Oats
Prep Time5minutes
Cook Time1overnight
Servings: servingUnits:
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Mix rolled oats, chia seeds, hemp seeds (optional) almond milk, yogurt, and pea protein powder in a bowl or mason jar
  2. Let it sit in refrigerator overnight until the oatmeal has soaked up the liquid
  3. Remove from refrigerator and top as desired
Notes
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  • Ann Green

    Have tried this and it’s bloody delicious!
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  • This looks easy and tasty! I might try it with cashew milk (don’t have almond milk right now) tonight…

    • Sandra

      Cashew milk is excellent. Creamy and slightly sweet tasting.

  • William Kotheimer, DC

    Do you not cook the rolled oats first?

    • Pulse Pledge

      Hi William, the oats will cook overnight as they’re soaking in the liquid. Thanks!

    • Kathleen Morris

      Really, all that happens during hot cooking, is the oats soak up hot water, so it’s all the same.

      • Sandra

        Hot cooking can make the oats a bit slimy. The overnight version makes for the flake to be a bit more chewy. I like it hot or cold anyway.

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  • Kimberly Corvison

    How many calories?

    • Pulse Pledge

      Hi Kimberly, while we don’t currently have nutritional information for the Pea Protein Overnight Oats, we are working to add nutrition facts to each recipe on our site. Please keep checking back!

      • Kimberly Corvison

        Oh goody. It will make life much easier if i dont have to calculate the calories myself lol

  • Sandra

    I’ve been eating this at least 5 times a week for the last year. I thought I’d get bored with it as I am inclined to after two times in a row but I find interesting ways of switching it up e.g. fresh or mostly frozen fruits, different kinds of milk (cow’s, nut), kefir, a variety of nut or seed butters (cashew, almond, peanut, pumpkin, sunflower).