Overnight Oats | Dave’s Gourmet

When I’m home or the office I have all my supplies and can make healthy meals pretty quickly. But when you’re traveling? That can be rough. Especially if you’re like me and have food allergies and sensitivities that make eating out at restaurants for every meal a bit of a challenge. That means I’m always on the look out for a good travel-ready options. Good ingredients, minimal processing, and – Of course – Tasty! Enter Dave’s Gourmet Overnight Oats.

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{I love, love, loved the Blueberry Vanilla Almond oats, pictured here. I made them with coconut-almond milk and topped with frozen blueberries and a sprinkling of unsweetened coconut flakes}

These little containers pack a lot of nutrients and flavor. There are four flavors and the ingredient list is pretty similar for them all. And they’re all dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan!

Apple Nut

  • Organic whole grain oats, organic cane sugar, almonds, chia seeds, oat bran, apples, natural flavor, cinnamon & sea salt.
  • Macros: 5g Fat, 42g Carbs & 9g protein. 9 grams of sugar & 0 transfats.

Cinnamon Raisin

  • Organic whole grain oats, raisins, organic cane sugar, chia seeds, oat bran, cinnamon, natural flavor & sea salt.
  • Macros: 3.5g Fat, 43g Carbs & 8g protein. 12 grams of sugar & 0 transfats.

Blueberry Vanilla Almond

  • Organic whole grain oats, organic cane sugar, chia seeds, oat bran, blueberries, almonds, natural flavor & sea salt.
  • Macros: 5g Fat, 42g Carbs & 9g protein. 9 grams of sugar & 0 transfats.

Mixed Berry

  • Organic whole grain oats, organic cane sugar, oat bran, chia seeds, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries & natural flavor.
  • Macros: 5g Fat, 42g Carbs & 9g protein. 9 grams of sugar & 0 transfats.

One thing that I always look for on packaged food is the amount, and kind, of sugar. You want to avoid super high sugar items and anything with transfats. These overnight oats do use organic cane sugar, but they’re all under 12 grams of sugar total, including the fruit. (Note: The recommended amount of sugar in a day for a woman is 25g and 38g for a man)

Are YOU a fan of overnight oats? Do you have a favorite travel-ready packable meal?

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