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Updated: Apr 1, 2020

Dessert for breakfast, but WITHOUT the guilt? YES PLEASE.

AS REQUESTED, let me happily bring you tb’s Chocolate Chip Overnight Oats! A DELICIOUS, heart healthy blend of chocolatey cacao, gluten free oats, sweet pure maple syrup, no refined sugar, and a touch of vanilla. This is really like dessert for breakfast, but without the guilt!

tinyB's Chocolate Chip Overnight Oats!

Calories Per Serving: 210

Serving Size: 1

Nutrition includes chocolate chip garnishes! Also, feel free to add fruit, more chocolate chips, etc! If you switch out any ingredients, which is totally acceptable, the nutrition may alter a bit as well! HOWEVER, this recipe is SO yummy and highly recommended as is❤️ so have fun, create, & ENJOY! you deserve it!😛 .


½ cup gluten free rolled oats*

½ cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk*

1 tsp vanilla

1 dash cinnamon

1 tbsp pure maple syrup

½ tsp cacao powder*

1 tsp chia seeds

1 tbsp Lily’s sugar free milk chocolate chips*

Salt, if desired.


1. Mix everything together in a glass* jar, and give it a nice, loving stir!

2. Place in the fridge with the lid on tightly for 5 hours-overnight, or for up to 4 days!

3. ENJOY! you deserve it!!

If you make this recipe, take a picture and make sure to tag me on instagram (@_tinybaker), and/or use the hashtag #tinybaker! I HOPE YOU ENJOY and look forward to breakfast now as much as i do!


-Feel free to use any oats you'd like!

-If you would like this to be a thicker jar of oatmeal, add 1/3 cup of milk rather than 1/2! Any milk will also do.

-You obviously can totally omit the sea salt...I just love salt and think it adds a nice savory touch. hehe!

-Glass jars are best because they tend to get colder than plastic. I haven't tried it with plastic, but by all means, do whatever works best for you!

-You may sub regular cocoa powder for the cacao powder, but I HIGHLY recommend using cacao! It is a health boosting, organic, nutrient dense superfood substitution for cocoa powder—yet you WONT even tell the difference. Personally, I think it tastes 10x better than cocoa powder!

-Any chocolate chips will also work, these are just a tasty, healthy option, and sweetened with stevia! I swear you won't even know the difference.

-Feel free to add your additional desired toppings in the morning, or the night before during prep. Most garnishes will be TOTALLY fine overnight and not harden or get mushy, but that's your call! If you plan on eating it in the next few days, I recommend waiting.

Some additional, yummy topping options: Blueberries, Raspberries, More Chocolate Chips, Slivered Almonds, Pecans, ETC! The options are endless!






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