How To Make Overnight Mud Oats
We like to throw mud in just about anything. We also really like overnight oats for busy mornings. So naturally, we made Overnight Mud Oats. A quic...
We like to throw mud in just about anything. We also really like overnight oats for busy mornings. So naturally, we made Overnight Mud Oats. A quick way to get some mushrooms and adaptogens into your breakfast.
Try it out;
- 1 cup almond milk
- 1 tbsp MUD\WTR
- 1 tsp honey
- pinch Himalayan salt
- drop vanilla extract
- 1/2 cup organic oats
- 1/4 cup walnuts
- 1/4 cup chia
- toppings of your choice: coconut shreds, fresh berries, sliced banana, etc.
- 2 mason jars with lids
Add almond milk, mud, honey, salt, and vanilla extract to a mug and blend with the mud whip (frother)
Pour half of the liquid mixture into each mason jar.
Split oats, walnuts, and chia into two jars and mix with each with a spoon (so chia doesn’t get stuck in your mud whip)
Screw lids onto jars and leave in fridge overnight
Next day: top each jar with coconut shreds, fresh berries, or other toppings of your choice
Did you know our mushrooms are grown on organic oats in Carlsbad, California? Find out more about the process in episode 5 of our Trends with Benefits’ podcast.
Recipe by MUD\WTR community manager Blair Atkins