"She didn't like to leave her windows open at night. It left her feeling vulnerable. But the weather was so nice. And who was going to break in, anyway?"
- This Life Undone
I'm a huge fan of overnight oats, especially because of how easy they are to make ahead and pack for lunches. In this recipe, we're roasting blueberries to break them down and help integrate the flavors. Plus, I like the texture of roasted berries better in overnight oats. However, if you're short on time, feel free to skip the roasting step: fresh fruit in overnight oats does well, too.
When pouring your nutmilk over the oats, be sure the milk reaches all the way to the bottom of the jar. In my experience, if you're using a traditional "tall" mason jar, you might need to do a little stirring to ensure the milk gets all the way down there.
Last note: be generous with your nutmilk use. If you come back to your oats in a few hours and they seem dry (like they've absorbed all the milk), simply add more milk. Overnight oats should be soft in consistency, not sticky or dry.
Roasted Blueberry Pecan Overnight Oats