How To Prepare Breakfast For The Week In 5 Minutes

Save time in the mornings and still have a nutritious breakfast by cooking steel-cut oats overnight just once a week in mason jars. It takes all of five minutes.

Oatmeal is one of the best breakfasts you can eat, but preparing it from scratch can take up to 45 minutes — time most of us don’t have on weekdays. The Kitchn offers a great solution to having no time to cook breakfast in the morning:

Basically you combine oats and water, bring them to a boil, then cover and turn off the heat. Leave overnight and in the morning simply warm them up. They’ll be perfectly cooked – tender, chewy, and creamy. […]Do this just once on Sunday night, and divide the oatmeal between five jars. You’re immediately set up for a week of breakfasts!

Hit up the link below for the recipe and tips, like having mix-ins for your oatmeal ready to go as well. Photo by The Kitchn

Oatmeal in Jars: Make a Week of Breakfast in 5 Minutes [The Kitchn]

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