Can't be blue when you're eating peanut butter...am I WRONG?
This is the first time I have ever purchased PB2 Powdered Peanut Butter, and since Overnight Oats is all about experimentation, I couldn't think of a better opportunity than NOW to put my taste buds to the test! I can honestly say, I AM NOT disappointed!
Not only is it a third of the calories, but it doesn't taste ANY different! It's thick, smooth, healthy, full of protein, and PERFECT for overnight oats (and likely any other snack/meal involving peanut butter!)
Not only that, but I had never tried the combo of blueberries with peanut butter, so WOOO! Another experiment opportunity! But do I even have to tell you how delicious THAT was?! I think you can guess. I AM posting the recipe for you, after all...
This new OOats packs just the right amount of sweetness, tartness, health benefits and most importantly, ALL the love! I HOPE YOU ENJOY AS MUCH AS I DO!
tinyB's Peanut Butter Blueberry Overnight Oats
Serving Size: 1
Calories Per Serving: 260 calories (For recipe as written, not including blueberry garnish!)
YOU WILL NEED:
½ cup Gluten Free Rolled Oats
½ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
1 tsp Chia Seeds
¼ tsp Vanilla Extract
½ tbsp Pure Maple Syrup
2 tbsp PB2 Powder Peanut Butter (plus 2 tsp for garnish)
2 dashes of Cinnamon
1. Place oats, milk, chia seeds, vanilla, and maple syrup in a jar and stir!
2. In a separate small bowl, stir PB2 powder with 1½ tbsp water until smooth. Stir into the oats! Save bowl for garnish later.
3. Garnish as you please with the blueberries, and sprinkle on cinnamon!
4. In the separate bowl, stir 2 tsp PB2 Powder with 1-1⅓ tsp water
until smooth. Garnish on top of the blueberries! Sprinkle on salt, if you choose!
3. Screw that lid on TIGHT! Place in the fridge for 5 hours-overnight, or for up to 3 days!
4. Most importantly, ENJOY! YOU DESERVE IT!
-Any oats will do! GF or non, but i love Bobs Red Mill
-Any milk will do! I use Unsweetened Vanilla from brands like Almond Breeze, Silk, or Trader Joes! Also, for thicker oatmeal, use ⅓ cup! But since the PB is already thick, I recommend ½ cup.
-In my experience, a mason jar works the best because the glass helps it stay colder in the fridge, and also the lids are nice and tight. But, of course, use whatever works for you!
-You can garnish with the 2 tsp of PB2 and blueberries either the night before during prep, or the morning of!
I’d love to hear what you think of the recipe! CHECK OUT MORE DELICIOUS OVERNIGHT OAT RECIPES on my site! Stay Sweet!