Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BringYourBestBowl #Target #CollectiveBiaspeanut-butter-and-jelly-overnight-oatsWhile I’m not usually one to keep resolutions going, I have been pretty gung-ho so far this year about eating healthier {and eating breakfast whenever I can}. I like to keep things simple in the morning, so I’ve been kicking off my days by making my Quaker® Oats oatmeal a little fancier than normal!

I discovered the magic of overnight oatmeal last year, and it’s become my go-to for weekday meals. On Sunday nights I usually make a big batch in a few mason jars, mixing up the toppings from fruits to chocolate chips, to sliced almonds and anything else in my cabinets that sounds delicious mixed with overnight oats. It’s a huge relief to be able to grab my breakfast before running out the door {usually at least 10 minutes late…} and actually have something tasty to eat at my desk while diving into a morning full of emails.

Last weekend I still wasn’t over overnight oats, so I swing by the closest Target to grab an extra large container of old fashioned oats and everything else I needed for an epic oatmeal treat. Overnight oats usually call for rolled oats, but pretty much any kind will do! Recipe (3 of 3)

As a PB & J lover {I seriously ate one everyday for a few years back in grade school!}, I decided to whip up my own interpretation in overnight oats form for Quaker’s Bring Your Best Bowl contest!  Even though I mostly winged the recipe, it turned out super delicious – and is probably one of my new favorite Quaker® Oats recipe to date. Try it for yourself and let me know if you happen to love it as much as I do! PB-And-J-Overnight-Oats (7 of 7)Peanut Butter & Jelly Overnight Oats

What you’ll need: 

• 1 cup Old Fashioned Quaker® Oats

• 1 cup vanilla almond milk

• 2 tablespoons creamy peanut butter

• 1 tablespoon jelly to top

• 2 strawberries sliced to top PB-And-J-Overnight-Oats (3 of 7)Directions for a bowl:

• Mix the peanut butter, oats and almond milk together in a bowl and place in the refrigerator for 2 hours or overnight.

• Once the oats are ready, top the oats with jelly and warmed peanut butter {I usually put mine in the microwave for about 15 minutes so it spreads more evenly!}

• Top with sliced strawberries to taste and enjoy! PB-And-J-Overnight-Oats (4 of 7)I seriously could eat this all day, everyday – it’s just that delicious.

If you consider yourself the queen of the anything oatmeal, Quaker® Oats is challenging fans to Bring Your Best Bowl forward to share your favorite oatmeal recipe! All you have to do is share your favorite recipes here {using 2-5 ingredients} for the chance to win 250K and the top recipes will be sold in-store for a limited time this fall – mmm….

So, if you have a recipe you’re dying to share {I hope it’s as delicious as my peanut butter and jelly overnight oats!}, share yours from now until March 12th. The winner will be chosen in November, but you can get all the details on select Quaker Instant Oatmeal and Oatmeal Canister SKUs. I’m secretly hoping I win, but I’d love to see what you’re cooking up too! PB-And-J-Overnight-Oats (6 of 7)This post was sponsored by Collective Bias and Quaker® Oats {and is a recipe I really, truly love to make!} Thanks for supporting the brands and partnerships that keep Charmingly Styled going – it’s much appreciated!

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