Need a breakfast on the go? Hell yeah, you do.  Breakfast can be the hardest meal to take the time for, but it really is the most important meal.  You need some protein, fat, and some carbs to start the day out balanced.  It will set you up for a better day of eating overall.

I eat these most weekday mornings.  Now that the school year has started and I have to get my kids out the door quickly, there is very little time to make a healthy breakfast.  These gluten-free overnight oats are a real lifesaver.



1/2 cup gluten free oats

1 scoop collagen

1 scoop vanilla protein powder

dash of salt

1/3 cup unsweetened Greek yogurt

1/3-1/2 cup almond milk

1 tbsp chia seeds


Nuts & Seeds to garnish (optional)

Mason Jar


*Anything goes! I usually add frozen mixed berries. You could add peanut butter and some dates! Yum.


Mix the dry ingredients first, then add yogurt, milk, and fruit.  Shake it in the mason jar and refrigerate overnight. Eat in the morning while you cuss at your kids for not getting in the goddamn car!! And where the hell are your freakin’ shoes?!!!!


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