Screen Shot 2014-09-25 at 10.37.36 AMIt’s usually a terribly sad day when you reach the end of a jar of peanut butter. But overnight oatmeal (also called oats in a jar or OIAJ) transforms this catastrophe into a delight. So do not tearfully toss that almost-empty jar of nut butter. Instead, use it to cradle your overnight oats. It is one of the nicest things you can do for yourself. You’ll whip up a glorious batch before you head to sleep. Come morning, you’ll groggily make your way from the bed to the refrigerator to be sweetly awoken by a delicious mix of a breakfast that’s good for you. The recipe is pretty simple. Place oatmeal (cooked or raw, depending on your texture preference) into a container of nut butter. The jar should be close to bare: Enough spread to scrape away from the sides, but not enough to make a spoonful.

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