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Old 05-25-2011, 11:46 AM   #201
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damn those oats look good.
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Old 05-25-2011, 06:52 PM   #202
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damn those oats look good.
Tastes even better, it's seriously amazing


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so you just let the oats sit out overnight?

I've been meaning to try this, never really been an oatmeal fan....do you heat it up? I hate cold food
Yup, pretty much premix everything overnight except the protein powder. You add that in the next morning. You can heat them up if you'd like, but I prefer mine cold.
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Old 05-26-2011, 08:30 AM   #203
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Tastes even better, it's seriously amazing




Yup, pretty much premix everything overnight except the protein powder. You add that in the next morning. You can heat them up if you'd like, but I prefer mine cold.
can i get frozen blue berries? I feel like they may be cheaper.
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I always use frozen blueberries. Should have mentioned that. A couple of benefits to this is they retain their shape and don't turn to much as you mix them in the night before. And I also found that they aid the pudding mix settle faster.

One thing to keep in mind is that while the dry uncooked oats do absorb most of the the milk overnight, the added pudding mix will make whatever's left a nice creamy texture. So if no pudding mix is used, you should use less liquid to start off with and add more eventually to your liking. Everyone has different tastes, so the 1.5 cup of milk may not suit everyone, but it is a good starting point. Just play around with it, add more, add less, whatever you want. Add flavors/toppings/consistencies as there so many ways you could go about making overnight oats. Here's a good link for some oat pr0n...

http://www.katheats.com/kaths-tribute-to-oatmeal
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Old 05-26-2011, 10:40 AM   #205
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I always use frozen blueberries. Should have mentioned that. A couple of benefits to this is they retain their shape and don't turn to much as you mix them in the night before. And I also found that they aid the pudding mix settle faster.

One thing to keep in mind is that while the dry uncooked oats do absorb most of the the milk overnight, the added pudding mix will make whatever's left a nice creamy texture. So if no pudding mix is used, you should use less liquid to start off with and add more eventually to your liking. Everyone has different tastes, so the 1.5 cup of milk may not suit everyone, but it is a good starting point. Just play around with it, add more, add less, whatever you want. Just play around with different flavors/toppings/consistencies as there so many ways you could go about making overnight oats. Here's a good link for some oat ******..

http://www.katheats.com/kaths-tribute-to-oatmeal
I made some last night:
1/2 cup oats
3/4 cup almond milk
1 serving ff/sf chocolate pudding
1 scoop chocolate protein powder
Handful of blueberries

Absolutely delicious. I'm going to have to try some other flavors. Didnt know I wasnt supposed to mix the protein in last night though.... whoops.

roughly 450 calories
5g F
50g C
35g P

We'll see how long it keeps me full though. I dont usually eat lunch until 2:00. Might have to be earlier today though.
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so you guys just mix a little bit of the pudding powder?
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Old 05-26-2011, 11:25 AM   #207
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I made some last night:
1/2 cup oats
3/4 cup almond milk
1 serving ff/sf chocolate pudding
1 scoop chocolate protein powder
Handful of blueberries

Absolutely delicious. I'm going to have to try some other flavors. Didnt know I wasnt supposed to mix the protein in last night though.... whoops.

roughly 450 calories
5g F
50g C
35g P

We'll see how long it keeps me full though. I dont usually eat lunch until 2:00. Might have to be earlier today though.
Yup, pretty damn delicious haha. If you're looking for more volume, try precooking the oats the night before with a bit more liquid. The cooked oats absorb the liquid better, but I haven't tried it with the pudding mix. If you want to try it with the pudding mix, I'd probably add that in only after you cooked them. I also probably wouldn't add in frozen fruit so that it cools down slower in the fridge. I'd save that, or fresh fruit, for the next morning.

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so you guys just mix a little bit of the pudding powder?
Yes, just one serving of the SF/FF pudding mix, not one package. 1 serving is around 8-11g depending on which flavor you go with. I personally like them all and switch it up often. However, when it comes to chocolate, I prefer the chocolate fudge over the regular chocolate flavor.
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Old 06-01-2011, 09:25 AM   #208
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Voluminous proats...

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Had Oatmeal this morning.....couldn't soak them overnight since I'm on a trip and had to rely on hotel Oatmeal.....dumped a scoop of Protein and Raisins in it for the first time and I was like "where have you been all my life?"
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Old 06-01-2011, 11:10 AM   #210
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Voluminous proats...

Holy Sh1t. How many calories is that?

I've had overnight oats every morning since you posted this.... tastes like desert.
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Don't know as I haven't done the macro breakdown yet. Shouldn't be too "bad" though considering the ingredients... As I previously mentioned, if you cook the oats beforehand they absorb the water/milk much better and could pretty much double in volume.

The ingredients....
1 cup oats
1.5 cups of lowfat milk/.5 cups of water (added more after nuking)
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 serving FF/SF chocolate fudge jello
5g 100% dark chocolate cocoa
1.5 scoops C&C protein
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Old 06-01-2011, 12:13 PM   #212
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Don't know as I haven't done the macro breakdown yet. Shouldn't be too "bad" though considering the ingredients... As I previously mentioned, if you cook the oats beforehand they absorb the water/milk much better and could pretty much double in volume.

The ingredients....
1 cup oats
1.5 cups of lowfat milk/.5 cups of water (added more after nuking)
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 serving FF/SF chocolate fudge jello
5g 100% dark chocolate cocoa
1.5 scoops C&C protein
Looks like about 700 - 750 (rough guess). My kind of snack right there......
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Yea, it's gotta be somewhere around the ~700 cal range
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I know it looks gross, but if you're from NYC, you'll appreciate this. I bought a plate of chicken and rice at 53rd and 6th last night, but I got home at about 6am, so I went to bed without eating it. Had the genius idea of spreading crumbled bacon all over it this morning (it's my cheat meal anyway)

I put a drunk level of hot sauce on it btw. My ass is going to explode.
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Don't know as I haven't done the macro breakdown yet. Shouldn't be too "bad" though considering the ingredients... As I previously mentioned, if you cook the oats beforehand they absorb the water/milk much better and could pretty much double in volume.

The ingredients....
1 cup oats
1.5 cups of lowfat milk/.5 cups of water (added more after nuking)
1 cup frozen blueberries
1 serving FF/SF chocolate fudge jello
5g 100% dark chocolate cocoa
1.5 scoops C&C protein
Rich is there any specific process to making this or just throw all of it in a container? My apologies if you posted the process earlier.

I am absolutely sick of cooking eggs in the morning. I need to find something else.
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A sword is more frightening than toy-looking gun like glock.

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Sort of... at least for me. First, get a container big enough to fit all the ingredients. If it's too small, once you pop it in the microwave, the oats it could run the risk of overflowing. If you're cooking it on the stove, obviously you won't need to worry about this. Cooking could be more satisfying, but nuking it is quicker. If you cook it, you'll add more water/milk to your liking while stirring. If nuking, you'll add it after you pull it out of the microwave.

My preferred method is to first mix the oats with the water/milk and the cocoa powder. Nuke/cook those ingredients together. Remove from the microwave/stove and then add in the FF/SS pudding mix. Mix that in well. If it thickens it up too much for you, add more water/milk. Then add in the frozen blueberries. Store in a sealed container overnight in the fridge and then add the protein powder the next morning. If you find it too thick in the morning, add more water/milk next time and vice versa.

I prefer regular overnight oats without cooking though. With that you just throw the oats in a container, stir the FF/SS pudding mix with the water/milk before adding that to the oats. Stir it well, then mix in the frozen blueberries before covering and placing it in the fridge overnight.
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Sort of... at least for me. First, get a container big enough to fit all the ingredients. If it's too small, once you pop it in the microwave, the oats it could run the risk of overflowing. If you're cooking it on the stove, obviously you won't need to worry about this. Cooking could be more satisfying, but nuking it is quicker. If you cook it, you'll add more water/milk to your liking while stirring. If nuking, you'll add it after you pull it out of the microwave.

My preferred method is to first mix the oats with the water/milk and the cocoa powder. Nuke/cook those ingredients together. Remove from the microwave/stove and then add in the FF/SS pudding mix. Mix that in well. If it thickens it up too much for you, add more water/milk. Then add in the frozen blueberries. Store in a sealed container overnight in the fridge and then add the protein powder the next morning. If you find it too thick in the morning, add more water/milk next time and vice versa.

I prefer regular overnight oats without cooking though. With that you just throw the oats in a container, stir the FF/SS pudding mix with the water/milk before adding that to the oats. Stir it well, then mix in the frozen blueberries before covering and placing it in the fridge overnight.
Thanks. How long do you nuke the ingredients?
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