NEW FLAVOR! SEASONAL RELEASE PEACH UPSIDE DOWN CAKE NOW AVAILABLE!
X

News

No Glyphosate In Our Oatmeal

No Glyphosate In Our Oatmeal With the recent scare of glyphosate in the news, we've received a lot of inquiries asking if Oats Overnight is affected. In a few short words: the answer is a resounding NO. Glyphosate doesn't touch our oats-- never has and never will. Oats Overnight firmly believes in sourcing only the finest ingredients around the world to give our customers the premium product they deserve. We partner with the best gluten-free mills who also share our standards and vision. The debate over the use of glyphosate in oat farming in past years is not a new one, but we...

Read more →


Why is Eating Oatmeal Healthy for You?

live longer, live better. Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth, and if you're not starting your day with them, you could be missing out on some major nutrition benefits.  lower cholesterolStudies have shown that the beta-glucan fiber found in oats is effective for reducing LDL (and total) cholesterol. control blood sugarBy improving insulin sensitivity and slowing the ingestion of glucose into the blood, oats are tremendously effective at keeping blood sugar under control, especially for those who are overweight or have Type 2 Diabetes. loose weightBecause oats are slow-digesting and high in fiber, they promote an extended feeling of...

Read more →


Can you heat up overnight oats, or do you eat them cold?

Question: Do you heat up overnight oats, or do you eat overnight oats cold? The short answer is that there's no best way to eat oats. Overnight oats are, by definition, served cold in the morning. Overnight oats are oats that are soaked in a liquid overnight so that the oats can absorb the liquid - no heating up necessary. The liquid can really be anything. It can be milk, a milk-alternative like almond or soy, or water. Although, if you are going for taste, try to avoid using water. However, if you find that you don't enjoy them cold,...

Read more →


Overnight Oats Recipes

Overnight Oats Recipes When making your own overnight oats, you'll face a number of questions: What type of oats to use (rolled oats, steel cut oats, or quick/instant oats)? What ingredients are best and how much? What's the difference between oatmeal and overnight oats? These recipes will answer these questions and instruct you how to make your own.  Overnight Oats Recipe #1 - Chocolate Chia Surprise Serves 4 The ingredients you will need: two very ripe bananas 4 tbsp of cacao powder 4 tbsp of raw honey or coconut sugar 3 cups of milk or milk alternative (almond milk, for...

Read more →


Oats Overnight - What Are Overnight Oats?

What are overnight oats? Overnight oats are what you call oats that have been in the fridge overnight. As you may have guessed, this is literally how overnight oats received their name. When left overnight in the liquid of choice, overnight oats absorb the liquid, soften up, and form a texture that makes for a great breakfast food. Add in some extras, like chia seeds, Greek yogurt, fruit, vanilla, flax, or peanut butter, and you have yourself a delicious and healthy breakfast. Having the perfect overnight oats recipe really is a matter of preference, but there are so many different...

Read more →