Picture Recipe for Kid Chefs
The Game Plan
How Long it Will Take with Kid Chefs
- 15 minutes + overnight resting time
- Makes 1 pint of overnight oats
- Serves 1-2
Suggested Serving Size
Little Kids (age 8 and under): ½ pint to 1 pint, so this makes 1-2 servings depending on appetite
Big Kids (Age 9+) and adults: 1 pint, so this makes 1 serving
What % milk fat yogurt is best for your family? Read our thoughts on dairy here.
We think almonds add a delicious crunch to this recipe, but if your kid chef struggles with texture issues, you may want to leave them out.
Frozen or fresh will both work! Frozen blueberries are often more cost effective, and may be fresher if blueberries are out of season.
Unfamiliar with chia seeds? Look for them in the health food section of your grocery store.
Grown-up Pro Tips
To feed more family members, just make an assembly line of mason jars/containers for as many servings as you need. This can be a fun math activity! Help your child double, triple, quadruple (etc.) the shopping list quantities before you go shopping.
Mason jars are cute but a little harder for kids to pour things into. Expect a little bit of a mess if you use them. If you have one, a wide-mouth mason jar might be your best bet.
THIS RECIPE IS DIETICIAN APPROVED!
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Dietary Needs and Substitutions
Recipe as Written
*For Wheat-Free and Gluten-Free, make sure rolled oats are labeled "Gluten-Free"
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