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Berry Overnight Oatmeal

bowl of oatmeal with strawberry, next cup of coffee, in front of booksMindful Nutrition with Megan here!  With breakfast being such an important meal and always feeling like I’m on the run, overnight oatmeal has been my quick fix lately!  This trendy way to eat your oatmeal has taken over the Internet but is typically lacking in protein.  I teach my patients to use the MyPlate method when breaking down their meals in the day to make sure they are getting the right combinations.  Typically, I’ll break that down like this:
Breakfast:  Protein, Starch, Fruit, & Dairy
Mid-Morning Snack:  Dairy & Fruit
Lunch:  Protein, Starch, Fruit, and Veggie
Afternoon Snack:  Veggie & Dairy
Dinner:  Protein, Starch, & Veggie
We may not follow this exactly, however it is a good guideline to get you started!  You'll also see that I have added a favorite ingredient of mine, chia seeds, to this recipe to help increase my fiber and omega-3 intake!  Providing 14 grams of fiber and 20 grams of protein (yes, you read that right!!!) this is sure to make you feel full and satisfied till your next meal!
  • ½ Cup        Quick Oats
  • ¾ Cup        Milk
  • 1 Scoop     Vanilla CardioWhey
  • 1 Tbsp.       Chia Seed
  • ½ Tbsp.      Honey or Agave
  • ½ Cup        Mixed Berries, frozen or fresh
  • Mix all ingredients well in dish with lid.
  • Let mix sit covered in the refrigerator  for 6-8 hours or overnight and enjoy!
Serves 1
Mindful Nutrition with Megan,
Megan Callahan, MS, RD, LD