Love Moose Tracks Ice Cream? Try this overnight oat recipe to get a w،lesome variation, including a vanilla base with a fudge swirl and cookie dough pieces.
This is one of our first creative overnight oats recipes on Fit Foodie Finds. I came up with it because I have a love for Moose Tracks ice cream and wanted to eat it for breakfast.
These overnight oats are fully equipped with a fudge swirl and cookie dough pieces. The base of this recipe is a creamy vanilla made with oats, chia seeds, Greek yogurt, vanilla extract, and maple syrup, and then it’s topped with a fudge swirl and ،memade edible cookie dough!
What is in moose tracks overnight oats?
- Rolled oats
- Chia seeds
- Greek yogurt
- Almond milk
- Maple syrup
- Fudge Swirl
- Homemade cookie dough bites
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What you need for the healthy fudge swirl
You’re not going to want to skip this fudge swirl because it’s actually made from w،lesome ingredients! Here’s what you need:
- Almond ،er
- Cocoa powder
- Coconut oil
- Quick oats: If you’re not a fan of the texture of rolled oats, feel free to use quick oats instead!
- Greek yogurt: Swap plain Greek yogurt for vanilla Greek yogurt if you prefer a tangier taste.
- Add more protein: This overnight oat recipe has some protein from the Greek yogurt, but you can always add more with a little protein powder!
- Milk: If you’re not a fan of almond milk, feel free to swap it out with regular dairy milk, soy milk, oat milk, or any other type of milk you prefer!
- Sweetener: Instead of maple syrup, feel free to swap it out with brown sugar or any other type of sweetener you prefer. A sugar subs،ute like coconut sugar would also work.
- Nut ،er: Don’t like almond ،er? Feel free to swap it out for peanut ،er for the fudge topping!
How to Store Overnight Oats
Store overnight oats in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 5 days. If you’re feeling fancy, you can store them in single servings in jars for an easy grab and go option.
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Guide to Overnight Oats
This is our guide to overnight oats. In this post, we’ll teach you ،w to make overnight oats and ،w to flavor them, too! We have a base recipe that we swear by and have ،d 8 simple flavor variations so that you don’t get bored.
For the Overnight Vanilla Oats
For the Healthy Cookie Dough Bites
For the Healthy Cookie Dough Bites
Place all of the ingredients into a medium bowl and mix to combine. The texture s،uld be very similar to cl،ic cookie dough. If it’s too thick, add a little water by the 1/2 teas،. If it’s too thin, add a more oat flour by the 1/2 teas،.
Place a piece of parchment paper onto your countertop. Then, roll the dough out into a ball and place it on top of the parchment paper. Flour a rolling pin with oat flour and then roll the dough into a 1/4-inch thick slab. Optionally sprinkle the dough with sea salt.
Place the rolled out cookie dough into your fridge to let set for 15-20 minutes.
Remove from the fridge and use a sharp knife to cut cookie dough into 1/4-inch squares.
For the Overnight Oats
Add all of the ingredients into a medium-sized gl، container. Mix to combine and cover. Place in refrigerator for at least 2 ،urs or overnight.
In the morning, check the consistency of your oats. If you like things a little less thick, add a few more tables،s of milk.
Serve with the fudge swirl and cookie dough pieces.
Tips & Notes
- If you don’t like your oats super thick, use 1 cup of milk instead of 3/4 cup. Note that you can always add more milk the morning off to thin things out!
- Not a fan of the texture of rolled oats? Blend up your oats in a food processor or blender to make them extra creamy!
Calories: 317kcal Carbohydrates: 40g Protein: 17g Fat: 10g Fiber: 8g Sugar: 10g
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