Have you tried overnight oatmeal?

@ricki_911 (19937)
Toronto, Ontario
January 20, 2018 5:56pm CST
I found this recipe on pinterest. I do eat oatmeal but looking at these wondering how good it is. You pour oats, nuts, and berries then milk. Shake in the jar then refridgerste overnight.
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
21 Jan
I tried one recipe for it and the flavor was fine, but I didn't care for it being cold or the texture. I prefer my oats cooked traditionally.
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@ricki_911 (19937)
• Toronto, Ontario
21 Jan
That is what iam thinking. I eat my oatmral warm
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@NJChicaa (47361)
• United States
21 Jan
@ricki_911 it is worth trying in a small batch but I didn't like it at all.
• United States
22 Jan
I am guessing it would have to be the full cooked method not the instant or one minute quick cooking oats, right ?
@Spontaneo (1803)
• United States
21 Jan
I like to make oatmeal in the crockpot. Pour in milk, oats and raisins. The raisins give it a super flavor. However, I have also heard of your method. Good not only for breakfast, but for lunch, dinner and even for a snack.
@cupkitties (7544)
• United States
21 Jan
I don't see the purpose and if I have to eat it cold then Takes no time at all to heat some oat meal on the stove and you can still add in the nuts and berries only it'll be nice and warm and probably taste way better.
• United States
21 Jan
Yes I have done it, it is good!
@allen0187 (34149)
• Philippines
21 Jan
This is what I eat mostly nowadays. I make two batches the night before. The first one I eat for breakfast and the second one I eat in the evening.
@snowy22315 (54106)
• United States
21 Jan
I have seen some of these recipes I wondered about them too.
@Theresaaiza (10484)
• Australia
21 Jan
I tried pre-making my breakfast oatmeals but it was a struggle because first, I am not an oatmeal person. Second, the nuts went all soggy and soft which I didn't like. I like the nuts still chunky and crisp. In short, didn't last too long doing it. Didn't even make it to a week
@jstory07 (71052)
• Roseburg, Oregon
21 Jan
I have never tried overnight oatmeal before.