This recipe is for a quick and easy breakfast or snack.

Overnight-Oats recipe

This satisfying and balanced recipe is high in carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Our bodies need these macronutrients every day to work properly, to build and repair muscles, and to keep you full until your next meal.
If you are new to intuitive eating, or are working on recovery from chronic dieting or disordered eating, trying out new recipes can be a way of learning to find foods that are nourishing as well as satisfying.
At Erica Leon Nutrition we will be experimenting and sharing various recipes to give ideas as you move forward in your intuitive eating journey.

Overnight Oats Recipe  (2 Servings)


1 cup quick cooking oats

1 cup cow’s milk (I used Lactaid ® brand 2% milk)

1 Tablespoon chia seeds

1 Tablespoon Agave Syrup

1 cup of blackberriesovernight oats recipe

*I like this variation because all ingredients are in units of 1


Combine all ingredients in a Mason jar or other container. Stir and refrigerate overnight.

In the morning, consider adding more milk, sweetener or other toppings. 


Milk (Soy, Almond, Coconut, or Rice)

Seeds (hemp or flax) or Nuts (almonds, cashews, walnuts, peanuts)

Sweetener (honey)

Fruit (any type you like)

Trying out new things and trusting in yourself is part of Intuitive Eating. Learn to Trust your Instincts with your Eating…Start with this Eating Recovery Plan and Meal Guide.

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Following the Recipes for Recovery Cookbook will help you:

  • Reconnect with positive eating experiences you had before the eating disorder
  • Explore new flavors, colors, textures and aromas that connect your senses
  • Experiment with previously forbidden foods that bring awareness to the present moment
  • Challenge and let go of food restrictions and rigid rules to rekindle a healthy and fulfilling pattern of eating
  • See success as you continue to discover food freedom