Overnight Oats with Stone Fruit and Cacao

Organic Cacao Bean Snacks - Caramelized, Sweet & Salty

This tastes like dessert for breakfast overnight oats, but still healthy! Sweet, ripe, juicy plums and nectarines topped with our crunchy 65% Harmony.

Many thanks to friend and chocolate educator Genevieve Leloup of Chocomotions for this endlessly customizable recipe and photos. 

Effort: Easy

Total: 2+ hours
Active: 10 min
 Yield: 1 serving


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Ingredients:

  • 1/3 Cup Rolled Oats
  • 1/3 Cup Milk or Mylk
  • 1 heaping Tablespoon Yogurt
  • 2/3 Cup Plum, Nectarines or other ripe stone fruit, diced
  • 2 Tablespoons 65% Harmony Snacking Cacao Beans (1/2 Single Serve Bag)

    Directions:

    1. Before you go to bed, stir together the milk and oats and place in the refrigerator.
    2. Just before eating, stir in yogurt and fruit.
    3. Top with 65% Harmony Snacking Cacao.
    4. Enjoy!
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      Notes:

      As you will see from the myriad versions we've offered on our site, this recipe from friend and chocolate educator Genevieve Leloup of Chocomotions is endlessly customizable. It is a family recipe she ate as a child and still eats today; inspired by her Swiss mom and “Bircher-Muesli.”

      • For a Firmer Texture: Pour the oats in milk as soon as you wake. Soak for about 2 hours.
      • Milk or Mylk: actually, you can choose any liquid you like – they should all work! I’ve been enjoying Three Trees Organic Almond Milk (only 2 ingredients!).

          Food for Thought:

          For a completely plant-based breakfast, use plant-based milk and yogurt instead of dairy. If you make this substitution, watch out for:

          • Added Sugars: plant-based or flavored milks and especially yogurt tend to add a lot of sugar. These days, sugar has so many different names that I’ve given up looking at the Ingredients List. Instead, I check the Nutrition Facts Panel for “Added Sugars” for the fastest way to compare the relative health of products before making my choice.
          • Added Fats: Plant-based milks like Oat or Pea are known to be very creamy. The makers add oils like Rapeseed (Oatly, Oat Milk) or Sunflower Oil (Ripple, Pea Milk) to give a richer, creamier mouthfeel. If you’re looking for a low sugar, minimal ingredients milk alternative with no added fat, try unsweetened, organic Westsoy Soy Milk or almond milk by Malk Organics or Three Trees.

          Nutrition:

            In calculating the nutrition for this recipe, I used whole milk and plain, full fat yogurt (not Greek yogurt).

            Overnight Oats with Stone Fruit and Harmony Caramelized Cacao Beans Recipe Nutrition Facts

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