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No-Cook Oatmeal Pudding

(5 Votes)
SERVES
2
CHILL TIME
8 Hr

Never skip breakfast again with this easy make-ahead No Cook Oatmeal Pudding. Give it a try, and we're betting that you'll think it tastes so good, you might even make it for a snack or dessert.

What You'll Need:
  • 1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (NOT quick cooking)
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons light brown sugar
  • Pinch cinnamon
  • Pinch salt
  • 1/2 cup assorted fresh fruit
What To Do:
  1. In a medium bowl, mix together all ingredients except the fruit. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  2. When ready to serve, stir the oatmeal, then top with fruit.
Notes

Try our Apple Pie Oatmeal for another tasty and healthy breakfast option!

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1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (NOT quick cooking) can't anyone read anymore, it is well typed what kind of oats to use gosh wake up people

I just found this recipe. I do not like Greek yogurt; could you use regular yogurt? Chocolate yogurt would be good. thanks

I'm assuming this would work even if I doubled the recipe to get two mornings for both my husband and me???? Or has that even been tested? I'm sure it's better to just make it up fresh the night before but I thought I'd ask to get your opinion.

You say to use Old Fashion Oats and not Quick. Why? What is the difference to the Oatmeal PUdding?

Can you use a fruit flavored greek yogurt in this recipe?

I made this last night for a quick breakfast this morning. Very good! I didn't have Greek yogurt on hand, so I used regular vanilla flavored yogurt and omitted the brown sugar since there's so much sugar already in regular yogurt. Next time I will try the Greek yogurt and see how much difference in flavor there is. I'm a nursing student so quick--and healthy--breakfasts are a necessity. Thanks for a great recipe!

I know you said rolled oats, but why wouldn't quick oats work?

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You do want to use regular oats NOT quick oats. Very good as a healthy snack!

This is delicious! I used plain Greek yogurt since I did not have the vanilla grk yogurt on hand. Also, I substituted agave nectar for the brown sugar. It was wonderful!

I can't do the yogurt, do you think no-sugar vanilla pudding would be an acceptable substitute?

The texture of pudding is similar to Greek yogurt, so it may work. However, we have not tried this in our Test Kitchen, so we can not guarantee the results. Thank you!

regular oats

Same question...What oats do you use...quick oats or regular? I am guessing quick oats..but would love an answer! Thanks!

The oats in this recipe are old-fashioned, also known as regular. They are not quick-cooking. Thank you for your question!

Which oats do you use, Quick Oas or Regular oats? There is a difference when cooking just do not know about using uncooked Oats. The idea soundl good. Mo. Mom.

He said on TV, either kind woud work.

Please use old-fashioned oats in this recipe, not quick cooking. Enjoy!

WHAT KIND OF ROLLED OATS--CAN YOU USE THE QUICK OATS KIND???

We did not use the quick-cooking, we used old-fashioned. Thank you and enjoy!

where is the nutrition value of this?

regular is what i saw

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