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  1. Kimberly Flanagan
    Kimberly Flanagan says:

    Good Morning my loves! I do just want to pop on and apologize for no grocery haul this week like usual but I got a few extra things over the weekend for Easter so I lucked out this week! I hope you enjoy today's video!!! 💕💕

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  2. Paula Laye
    Paula Laye says:

    Hey Kimberly I'm crazy in love with my overnight oats, make mine with dried dates or apricots, almond or Hazelnutmilk, chia seeds, some chopped apples or tinned peach slices, then add prune juice.. Stir really well and In The morning add little more milk and a few blueberries, beyond yum paula In The uk

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  3. tiffiny patton
    tiffiny patton says:

    Love your overnight oats here a few of mines, I have plenty try these.. 1. Oats, almond milk, chia seeds, maca powder, kiwi, strawberries, cocoa, Maple syrup and shivering almonds amazing.
    2. Oats, almond milk, maca powder, chia seeds, coffee yogurt, banana and walnuts or pecan both are so good.

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  4. Dominique Renzi
    Dominique Renzi says:

    i do like a "carrot cake: over night oats. i grate up some carrots and granny smith apples and add that to the oats along with some plant milk, cinnamon, maple syrup and some chia . so yummy and a good way to sneak a veg in !

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  5. Sara Kennedy
    Sara Kennedy says:

    I'm happy you tried these and like them. It's such an easy breakfast. And super filling too! I use 1/2 cup TJ's GF rolled oats, 1/2 cup of unsweetened vanilla almond milk, a teaspoon of vanilla, a teaspoon of agave and a tablespoon of chia seeds. I mix that together in a container and keep that in the fridge overnight. Then I top it with frozen organic berry mix from Costco that's thawed, coconut flake, chopped walnuts and hemp seeds. It keeps me full for like half the day.

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  6. Elena Vegana
    Elena Vegana says:

    These look yummy! I always want to try overnight oats, but we get the gluten free oats from Trader Joe's. They take forever on the stovetop, do you think they will work with these recipes?

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  7. terahrized
    terahrized says:

    Kim, I love this idea! I am wondering, do you eat these hot or cold the next day and will they work in plastic containers? I know it's not the best, but that's what I'm workin with lol 😂

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