Recipe: Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

Thank you to Cameron’s Coffee for sponsoring this post.

What’s better than a perfectly brewed cup of coffee in the morning? A coffee-laden bowl of oatmeal to go along with it! And what’s better than healthy oatmeal for breakfast? Overnight oats that are ready to eat straight out of your fridge in the morning!

You can kinda see where I’m going with this. Coffee + Oatmeal = JOLTMEAL. It’s there to give you that little extra jolt above and beyond your morning cuppa joe. And ready to grab in the morning before your brain is turned on for the day – no mixing or cooking required.  YES!!

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight JoltmealI’ve been “percolating” this idea for a while now, but what better company to partner with than Cameron’s Coffee, who just happens to be headquartered in the Twin Cities. You may remember my post about the sustainability of coffee a while back. Anyway, Cameron’s Vanilla Hazelnut coffee is perfect for this recipe!

Overnight Joltmeal couldn’t be easier and only involves a handful of ingredients: rolled oats, brewed coffee, almond milk, honey and cinnamon. Plus some toasted hazelnuts for the top if you are so inclined.

 

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

 

In the evening: Mix everything together in a bowl. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

 

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

 

Next morning: Grab the bowl out of the fridge with your eyes barely open. Top with toasted hazelnuts (toast them ahead of time of course – that’s way too much work for the morning!) Enjoy Joltmeal with your morning cup of coffee as your brain slowly kicks into gear. You’ll be ready to roll in no time – promise!

 

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

Note: This recipe makes enough for 1 large or 2 smaller servings. You decide.

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal
Ingredients
  • 1 cup rolled oats (not quick oats)
  • ½ cup Cameron's Vanilla Hazelnut Coffee, brewed
  • ½ cup almond milk (I prefer sweetened, but unsweetened is fine too)
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • ¼ teaspoon cinnamon
  • Toasted hazelnuts for garnish
Instructions
  1. Mix all ingredients except hazelnuts in a bowl and stir well.
  2. Refrigerate overnight.
  3. Top with toasted hazelnuts.
  4. Enjoy with a cup of Cameron's Coffee!

Vanilla Hazelnut Overnight Joltmeal

 

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(Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Cameron’s Coffee but all opinions are my own.)

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