Use That Almost Empty Peanut Butter Jar For Peanutty Overnight Oats

Use That Almost Empty Peanut Butter Jar For Peanutty Overnight Oats

As anyone with a reasonable love of peanut butter knows, a jar of peanut butter is never truly empty; there’s always a little bit left that seems like it should be used for something. It turns that “something” is overnight oats.

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The Food Network actually has a whole bunch of great uses for almost empty jars (click below to check them out), but this one caught my eye as an easy tasty breakfast. Just pick your favourite overnight oats recipe and, instead of using a twee Mason jar or whatever, mix everything up in your almost empty (but still valuable) peanut butter jar. In the morning, you will be greeted with a tasty peanutty breakfast. (I see no reason this wouldn’t also work with an almost empty Nutella jar or a Cookie Butter jar, though I usually save those for ice cream.)

Jar Hacks: 8 Things to Make with an Almost-Empty Jar [The Food Network]

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