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Oatbox’s brand new Overnight Oats

May 29, 2020

We are proud to reveal Oatbox’s new collection of Overnight Oats! 
Our chef worked hard at perfecting our recipe and developing 4 brand new delightful flavours that can now be enjoyed in a 330g format.

MEET OUR 4 NEW HANDCRAFTED BLENDS:

Banana & Coffee Smoothie
A rich new flavour blending our morning must-haves.

Cocoa & Raspberry
The perfect balance between decadent and nutritious.

Peanut Butter & Jelly
A flavour that speaks for itself and doesn't disappoint.

Old Fashioned Carrot Cake
Dessert for breakfast with a nutritious twist.

We believe everyone should be able to enjoy a nutritious morning meal to start the day off right. With our brand new Overnight Oats, you can prepare a tasty and healthful breakfast ahead of time in 3 easy steps!

TRY THEM NOW

1- Pour 1/3 to 1/2 cup of the Overnight Oats blend in your Oatbox glass jar or a sealable container.

2- Add 3/4 cup of the liquid of your choice.

3- Let it rest in the refrigerator overnight or for a minimum of 6 hours.

In the morning, you can add toppings such as fresh fruits or nuts and enjoy!

What are Overnight Oats?

They are steel cut oats soaked overnight in liquid. Popular choices include milk, plant-based milk and even Greek yogurt! The oats absorb the liquid during the night, softening them in the same way cooking them softens them, but without the work! 

 

What are their health benefits?

They are loaded with nutrients like fibre, protein, magnesium, potassium, and omega 3 fatty acids, among other things. Plus, a variety of flavours make them versatile and tasty!

Steel cut oats tend to have fewer calories and more fibre than rolled oats, commonly used in the preparation of an oatmeal.

 

The difference between Steel Cut Oats and Rolled Oats?

The difference between the two starts at the manufacturing process. Steel cut oats are the least processed form of oats. They are created when the large oat grain is sliced into pieces with steel, leaving much of the bran intact, while rolled oats are flattened using large disks. 

Although they come from the same grain, they are worlds apart in taste and texture. Rolled oats readily absorb liquid, holding their shape while becoming slightly mushy, which is why it is most commonly used for oatmeals. Steel-cut oats absorb less liquid which leaves them with a firmer texture and makes them ideal for your overnight oats recipes!

 

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