NO-BAKED EDIBLE PEANUT BUTTER HONEY OAT YOGURT BOWLS

Can I just be honest about how stupidly excited I was when I thought of this idea?  

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It was ridiculous.  I could barely sleep at night once the idea came to me and it was the first thing I did the next day when I woke up.

It’s completely normal behavior to get that excited over a 3-ingredient recipe right?  (It’s okay, you don’t have to answer that).

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Regardless, these need to be on your ‘to-make’ list.  They’re super simple, completely customizable and can be made to fit more or less any diet particulars (i.e. gluten-free, nut-free, vegan, etc.).  You can fill them with yogurt that you top with fruit for breakfast or a snack or as dessert filled with ice cream!

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{no-bake edible peanut butter honey oat yogurt bowls}

makes 3 (you can easily double the recipe for more)

ingredients:

  • 1 cup of oats
  • 1/3 cup of honey
  • 1/3 cup + 1 tbsp. of natural peanut butter that has been stirred and refrigerated (or any nut butter of choice)*
directions:
  1. line a jumbo muffin tin (or regular-sized or mini-sized if you prefer!) with tin foil or plastic wrap, pressing to mold the foil or wrap into the cups
  2. combine oats, honey and peanut butter into a bowl mixing thoroughly (I usually have to get in there with my hands)
  3. put into the fridge and allow dough to ‘harden’ a bit (usually about 30 minutes to an hour).
  4. remove dough from fridge and using an ice cream scooper (or just grab a small palmful of dough, it doesn’t have to be exact), press into the lined muffin tin and using your fingers, mold the dough into the cup so that it resembles a cup-like shape.  do this until there is no dough left (and if you have a few extra, roll them into tiny balls and keep them as energy bites!)  
  5. place the cups back in the fridge and allow to sit for at least an hour before using.  keep stored in the fridge and pull cups out of their molds right before using (as they will melt the longer they’re at room temperature!).

* NOTE: different nut butters behave differently so add oats/nut butter as needed so the dough is malleable but not sticky

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Comments

  1. “It was ridiculous. I could barely sleep at night once the idea came to me and it was the first thing I did the next day when I woke up.”

    well that is one feeling i am quite familiar with.

    this looks awesome! will def try sometime soon 🙂

    • Thank you! I cannot even describe to you how excited I was when I thought of it! (Well, I guess I can since I did up there in the post, but it’s worth repeating! :))

  2. Oh my gosh! What an awesome idea! I’m all about simplicity when it comes to cooking, thanks so much for this recipe! I totally get that can’t sleep feeling when I know I have a yummy breakfast waiting for me in the morning…I think it’s completely normal 🙂

  3. Those are so cute. I think they’d make great serving bowls for ice cream, in particular chocolate, as an alternative to waffle bowls. Yum! You are always so creative with your recipes.

  4. Haha! What a cool and pretty recipe, Cait! I love the fact that it can be made even when you’re not home, like on a trip or something~just ziploc bag some oats, honey, and pb, and you’re good to go 😉

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