Gluten-Free Chai Overnight oats are sweet, filling, and simple to make. Double or triple the batch for an easy grab-and-go breakfast.
Special thanks to Bob’s Red Mill for partnering with me on this Post. We love Bob’s Red Mill products and use them often in our kitchen.
The kiddos are headed back to school in a couple of weeks. I’m working on new recipes, and getting creative with their breakfasts. We’re trying to stay away from store bought cereal this year. Cereal is super convenient, and we love it, but I want them to eat more homemade breakfasts. I’ll stash a box for the occasional need, but for the most part, it’s off our shelf.
Fall is just around the corner and I’ve got pumpkin, chai, and gingerbread on my mind. We’ve been making homemade cereals and overnight oats the past couple of weeks, and Gluten-Free Chai Overnight Oats have quickly become a favorite.
We’ve been adding protein powder to our overnight oats for an extra nutritional boost. Bob’s Red Mill Chai Protein Powder Nutritional Booster is packed with protein, fiber,and probiotics.
I love sneaking protein into our breakfasts. Having a clean, high protein powder that’s also plant based is a must for us because of our need to eliminate dairy-free from my oldest diet. Bob’s Red Mill protein powders meet all of our dietary needs.
If the chai protein powder is too sweet for your palate, you can also use Bob’s Red Mill Vanilla Protein Powder and add additional spices (noted in the recipe). I find most protein powders to be sweet – I use a unsweetened dairy-free milk when I make protein shakes or overnight oats to help balance it out.
Not everyone can tolerate oats. If you’d still like to have an overnight oats recipe, without the oats, check out my Overnight Paleo Porridge recipe. Just omit the sweetener and add a scoop of protein powder.
This post was sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. Opinions are my own.