How to Oatmail
From the jar
- Fill your jar with ~1/2 cup (half full in an Oatmail jar) your choice of mylk.
- Leave it in the fridge overnight (4 hours).
- Grab a spoon and get after it - you’re ready to nosh!
Optional: add whatever topping strikes your fancy: fresh or dried fruit like bananas or diced apple, chocolate chips, chia seeds, mixed nuts & seeds, trail mix… go crazy.
From the bag
- Pour your dry Oatmail mix into a glass Oatmail jar, mason jar, Tupperware, capped mug, or other small resealable receptacle.
- Fill with about 1/2 cup of your choice of mylk, coffee, milk or water, and continue from step 2 listed under “From the jar” above!
- Experiment with mylk, water, milk, or even cold brew coffee.
- Can't wait to dig in? Add mylk to your Oatmail jar, shake, and microwave for 2 1/2 min.
- Add strawberries before you shake for the delicious flavor soaked in.
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