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  • February 26, 2019 2 min read

    Peanut Butter Overnight Oats with Chocolate Drizzle

    By Chef Christina Murray

    Dessert for breakfast?!! Yes please! This recipe is perfect any time of day, and as an added bonus, it is gluten free, dairy free, and vegan!

    Flourless, Gluten-Free, Grain-Free, Vegan


    Oat Ingredients:
    Chocolate Drizzle Ingredients:


    1. In a mixing bowl, combine peanut butter, flax or chia seed, maple syrup, and coconut milk together. Mix well. Gradually add oats, cinnamon, and salt, stirring until oats are well coated and submerged.
    2. Spoon into mason jar for when you’re on the go, or leave in mixing bowl, cover securely and refrigerate overnight.
    3. The chocolate drizzle can be made the night before and can be lightly swirled into the oat mixture, can be made the morning of and drizzled on top. Your choice!
    4. To make the chocolate drizzle, combine wafers and coconut oil in a microwave safe dish, and cook in 30 seconds increments, stirring until melted. Use as a topping on your oats!
    *optional toppings: variety of nuts or seeds, shredded coconut, hemp seeds, fruit, more chocolate….the combinations are endless! 



     Meet Christina Murray:

    Culinary coach, activist, and of course chef, Christina Murray is a woman of many roles. Currently she is the executive chef developing a sustainable curriculum utilizing produce from an urban garden in Boise, Idaho. She is a recipe developer utilizing ingredients that go directly from seed to plate (or from garden to the home kitchen). Christina received her classical training from top ranked International Culinary Center (formerly the French Culinary Institute) graduating with honors. She also attended the New School in Manhattan earning a Bachelor of Science in food politics and graduating with honors. More recently she earned a Culinary Health Education Certificate from Harvard Medical School. Utilizing her education, she will reconnect people to their local food systems in hope of fostering a healthier relationship with food. 




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