Keto Overnight ‘Oats’

Keto Overnight Oats - Meal Prep Recipe

Keto Overnight ‘Oats’

Raise your hand if you love eating oats for breakfast! We definitely do! But if you’re following a keto or low carb diet, a hearty, warm bowl of oats just won’t work with your meal plan. Don’t let that keep you from eating what you enjoy most, and definitely, don’t let it become a snag in your meal prep ideas! We created this Keto Overnight ‘Oats’ recipe that has all the flavor and nutrition of your favorite bowl of oats- without the carbs!

Keto Overnight 'Oats'

The primary keto adjustment in this overnight oats recipe is the swap of heart-healthy hemp hearts for traditional oats. Maybe you’ve seen them popping up in your local health food store lately, but what exactly are hemp hearts? Hemp hearts are technically the seed of the hemp plant. Yes, that hemp plant- but don’t worry! Hemp hearts come from a completely different variety of cannabis plants and are almost entirely devoid of THC. What you will experience is a wonderfully mild nutty flavor and a fantastic boost of essential fatty acids, minerals, and protein!

Keto Overnight 'Oats'

Just like regular oats, this keto friendly, low carb overnight oats recipe can be customized with your favorite add-ins! If you’re a fan of sweet breakfasts, you could try adding any of the following: pumpkin seeds, ground flax, macadamia nuts or macadamia nut butter, pecans or pecan butter, coconut butter, coconut oil, coconut shavings, or almond butter. One of our favorite things about this meal prep idea is that it can also go savory! Try adding things like nutritional yeast, bacon, eggs, sausage, or avocado to give these overnight oats a savory breakfast spin.

Use the base of hemp hearts, almond milk, and chia seeds and then go to town on the rest! Now you have two keto-friendly overnight oats recipes that can satisfy your sweet or savory cravings!

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Raise your hand if you love eating oats for breakfast! We definitely do! But, if you’re following a keto or low carb diet a hearty, warm bowl of oats just won’t work with your meal plan. Don’t let that keep you from eating what you enjoy most. Instead, we created this Keto Overnight ‘Oats’ recipe that has all of the flavor and nutrition of your favorite bowl of oats, sans the carbs!

Just like regular oats, this keto friendly, low carb oat recipe can be customized with your favorite add-ins! Other options to try adding to your Keto Overnight ‘Oats’:

  • pumpkin seeds
  • ground flax
  • macadamia nuts or macadamia nut butter
  • pecans or pecan butter
  • coconut butter
  • coconut oil

Or you could go savory and add things like:

  • nutritional yeast
  • bacon
  • eggs
  • sausage
  • avocado

Use the base of hemp hearts, almond milk, and chia seeds and then go to town on the rest! Now you have two keto friendly overnight oats recipes that will satisfy both your sweet and savory cravings!

Source

Keto Overnight ‘Oats’ Ingredients:

1/3 cup hemp hearts 

1/3 cup unsweetened almond milk 

2 tbsp. almond butter

2 tsp. chia seeds 

 

Keto Overnight 'Oats'

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Keto Overnight Oats - Meal Prep Recipe

Keto Overnight 'Oats'

Keto Overnight 'Oats'

Keto overnight “oats” made with hemp hearts is an easy make ahead breakfast! Packed with protein and omega-3, you can’t go wrong with this breakfast!
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Meal Prep
Servings: 2 servings

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup hemp hearts
  • 1/3 cup Unsweetened Almond Milk
  • 2 tbsp Almond Butter
  • 2 tsp Chia Seeds

Instructions

  • MIx all ingredients together in a glass jar.
  • Refrigerate 1 hour or overnight before diving into 2 containers and eating.

Notes

Nutrition for 1 out of 2 servings:
13g Protein || 22g Fat || 7g Carbs || 278 Calories
Calculate your Macros HERE
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12 Comments on "Keto Overnight ‘Oats’"

  1. Can you hear this up or will that destroy nutrients, texture or taste?

  2. Your recipe is a little confusiong with regards to how many servings this quantity makes. In the primary break-down description, it states 2 servings, but at the bottom of the recipe, under ‘instructions’, it says: ‘… dividing into 1 containerS and eating’. I presume it is 2 servings?

  3. Theresa Sanchez | August 29, 2018 at 9:26 am | Reply

    so it the 7grams net carbs?

  4. I accidentally bought hemp seed shelled. Is this going to work or is hemp hearts different?

  5. I am just starting my keto diet and I very confused. When you’re allowed say 26g of carbs a day ?? What does net carbs ?

  6. Are you supposed to mix everything together before dividing it into two glass jars? Or can you just let it sit. As well how long will this stay good in the fridge? Can I make both and eat them in the next couple of days?

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