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Rally Recipes – Overnight Oatmeal

Ingredients 

Makes 2 hearty servings

2 cups rolled oats

1 apple, diced

½ cup nut & dried fruit mix

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

½ teaspoon sea salt

4½ cups water

Pro Tips
  • Avoid quick oats or steel cut oats, they get soggy overnight!
  • The longer the oats soak, the mushier they will become. Minimize soaking time by adding water to the pot right before bed.
  • Try sprinkling on some of these delicious toppings in the morning for the ultimate bowl: Maple syrup, fresh fruit ,chocolate chips, brown sugar, cream, coconut oil, nut butter
“Early morning race starts make food prep hard. Early this year I saw Tom Soladay prepping a miniature rice cooker at night to have oatmeal in the morning. He would fill it with oats, water and apples, set a delayed timer, and go to sleep. In the morning, he had hot, fresh oatmeal ready to go. It seemed effortless! I adopted his technique for when we don’t have a proper kitchen, which is most of the time. It goes great with electric skillet eggs and a side of protein.” - Sarah Engen, Rally Cycling Soigneur
1. Add oats to rice cooker, add water, stir.
2. Add apples, nut & fruit mix, cinnamon, and sea salt. Stir vigorously.
3. Set delayed timer to begin cooking ½ hour before you wake.
4. The smell of cinnamon floating in the morning air will draw you out of bed!
 
Quick Guide
Steps
  • Add oats to rice cooker, add water, stir.
  • Add apples, nut & fruit mix, cinnamon, and sea salt. Stir vigorously.
  • Set delayed timer to begin cooking ½ hour before you wake.
  • The smell of cinnamon floating in the morning air will draw you out of bed!

 

 
 
Ingredients 

Makes 2 hearty servings

2 cups rolled oats

1 apple, diced

½ cup nut & dried fruit mix

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

½ teaspoon sea salt

4½ cups water