Blackberry Mojito Overnight Refrigerator Oats (No Yogurt) | OATrageous Oatmeals | OXO Giveaway

“Sweet juicy blackberries soaked in bright lime and mint flavors with the faintest aroma of rum will perk you up even on the toughest mornings. You can add a teaspoon or two of chia seeds to make this extra thick.”

description courtesy of Kathy Hester, author of OATrageous Oatmeals

Blackberry Mojito Overnight Oats | Super tasty and easy to make!

I made a breakfast food. I know right. This is HUGE. I rarely post breakfast food. So this is a real treat. For you and my family. Who happen to love breakfast.

Truth be told I rarely eat breakfast. Which is horrible. I’ll admit it’s an awful habit. It’s something that just sort of happened because of my IBS.

But this gal is kicking her “no breakfast” habit. We’re attempting to make some changes to our routine at the B Compound. So why not start with breakfast.

So when I had the opportunity to work with my buddy Kathy on this event I jumped at the chance. Food and friends, that’s the meaning of life right!

I whipped up her Blackberry Mojito Overnight Refrigerator Oats and was super pleased I chose this recipe. It is freaking amazing. I want to eat this every day, all the live long day.

You should make this. And eat this. Every day. All the live long day.

Grab the recipe, print that sucker off  and get into the kitchen immediately. Whip it up before bed and bam, you have a tasty breakfast for morning.

Now here’s the recipe, then we’ll move onto the book and giveaway deets. You are going to want to buy Kathy’s book so be sure to keep on reading! Plus there’s a fabulous giveaway. I want YOU to win!

Blackberry Mojito Overnight Oats | Super tasty and easy to make!

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Blackberry Mojito Overnight Refrigerator Oats
 
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Sweet juicy blackberries soaked in bright lime and mint flavors with the faintest aroma of rum will perk you up even on the toughest mornings. You can add a teaspoon or two of chia seeds to make this extra thick.
Ingredients
  • 1 cup (165 g) blackberries (cut in half if large)
  • ½ cup (120 ml) unsweetened nondairy milk
  • ⅓ cup (31 g) rolled oats
  • 2 tablespoons (30 g) minced fresh mint or ⅛ teaspoon mint extract
  • Zest from ½ lime or ¼ teaspoon lime oil
  • ½ teaspoon rum or rum extract, optional
  • 1 tablespoon (15 ml) agave, to taste (or you can use another sweetener, to taste)
Instructions
  1. Combine all the ingredients in a mason jar or a dish with a cover.
  2. Mix well and let sit in the fridge overnight.
  3. Stir and eat.
Notes
Recipe Source: OATrageous Oatmeals by Kathy Hester, Page Street Publishing, 2014, printed with permission.

Blackberry Mojito Overnight Oats | Super tasty and easy to make!

Kathy Hester’s new book, OATrageous, and OXO make a very tasty partnership! Be sure to enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post to enter to win your own set of OXO goodies.

Kathy Hester has recipes to show you oats in a whole new light.  Think Italian Veggie and Oat Sausage, Veggie Oat Tacos and Oat Pizza Crust Topped with vegan sausage crumbles made from Steel-cut oats. But don’t worry she includes new takes on traditional favorites like Banana Oatmeal Cookie Pancakes and Strawberries and Cream Overnight Refrigerator Oats too. From now on it’s Exciting Oats for Every Meal!

OATragous Oatmeals by Kathy Hester

Pre-order Kathy Hester’s new book, OATrageous for $15.06 and have the chance to get over $25’s worth of goodies.

Just be one of the first 100 people to email your OATrageous purchase receipt to oatrageousoatmeals@gmail.com with your full name, mailing address and phone number (for delivery purposes only).

Kathy has some other surprises for everyone who pre-orders including an OATragous newsletter with not-in-the-book oat recipes and special coupons.

pre-order email: oatrageousoatmeals@gmail.com

What people are saying about Kathy’s amazing book:

“Kathy Hester has done it again. In this fabulous new cookbook she transforms the modest little oat from understated to remarkable!”

-Allyson Kramer, author of Sweet Eats for All and Great Gluten-Free Vegan Eats

“Wow! I’m so impressed with this new cookbook! Kathy definitely takes the “ho-hum” out of oatmeal. In addition to the breakfast staples, breads and desserts made with oats, you will find homemade pantry staples for vegan cooking, gorgeous soups and hearty stews, burgers, meatless loaves—all made with lots of international flair and very little fat. Honestly, I can’t wait to cook my way through this book!”—Bryanna Clark Grogan, author of World Vegan Feast; vegan chef and cooking teacher; blogger

“If you thought oats were just for breakfast or cookies, prepare to be dazzled. Kathy Hester has taken the humble grain to new heights in this collection of savory and sweet oat recipes that include blackberry mojito refrigerator oats, steel-cut oat sausage crumbles, oat dosas with coconut chutney, and much more.” —Robin Robertson, bestselling author of Vegan Planet, Quick-Fix Vegan, One-Dish Vegan and many more

“I absolutely adore Kathy Hester’s amazingly creative and delicious recipes using oats. She will have you thinking of oats in brand new ways, and you will suddenly want to buy them in bulk. Thank you, Kathy!” —Julie Hasson, author of Vegan Casseroles, Vegan Pizza, Vegan Diner and more

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Disclaimer Mumbo Jumbo: Post contains affiliate links. I get a few gold dabloons if you order through Amazon. Not going to lie, I plan to invest it all in vanilla extract. Also I was not compensated for this post, but did receive a copy of Kathy’s cookbook in pdf form. I just dig her, and her recipes so I’m always happy to help promote her new projects. She’s good people. 

Toodles and smoochies! xx

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Comments

  1. says

    I am excited about the possibility of winning this giveaway! My kitchen needs a new whisk and that is the product that I am most excited about!

  2. Alice F says

    The “craziest” recipe I have ever made with oats is also the best….chocolate oatmeal cookies. They are so delicious.

  3. Emily says

    I love kitchen gadgets. I think winning anything would be beneficial for my kitchen but I love anything to do with baking.

  4. says

    My favorite tool is the OXO Cherry Pitter- I have 7 pounds of cherries waiting to be pitted and made into jams, claufouti and muffins, and there is no way I’m doing that all by hand! The product I would be most excited to win would be the Cupcake Corer. Until I watched some cooking shows I truly thought getting the inside bream, jam, chocolate, or anything inside a cupcake was a baker’s secret! Now that I know, I can’t wait to use one on my next batch of cupcakes! Thanks!

  5. Christy Spurlock says

    I must be honest and say that I’ve never really ventured out. It is hard to get better than just oatmeal with brown sugar and walnuts.

  6. Vickie Mason says

    I am excited about winning the whisk and the oatrageous oatmeal cookbook. Thanks for the giveaway!!

  7. Amy S. says

    I don’t know the craziest thing I’ve made with oatmeal, but I do like a good oatmeal raisin cookie!

  8. Glenda says

    I would love to win this giveaway. I could really use the measuring cups and spoons, and a new whisk. I would also love the offset spatula.

  9. Glenda says

    This will be the craziest thing I have ever made with oats. When I have rum for breakfast. Maybe I will just have to do extract or flavoring.

  10. Pamela says

    The craziest dish I’ve made with oats is soup. I accidentally scooped out some steel-cut oats and put it in the soup. It ‘worked’ surprisingly well!

  11. says

    This recipe is BRILLIANT!! I am not a breakfast person and do not make breakfast for my family. This, however, is giving me reason to surprise them with something delicious that I do not have to fix when my mind is not yet working in the morning!

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