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    Hot Chocolate Overnight Oats

    A new way to enjoy your classic childhood chocolate indulgence for BREAKFAST!unnamed (39)

    As a kid I always ordered hot chocolate during the winter, I mean who didn’t love the creamy, chocolate and decadent seasonal treat? Dunkin Donuts was my jam until I realized that drinking so many hot chocolates wasn’t exactly the smartest thing to fuel my body with.

    As you know, my blog is here to give you recipes that help fuel your body with the nutrients you need and still satisfy your taste buds.

    Back in October, I made Apple Pie Chia Seed Pudding with ginnybakes Peace, Love & Apple Crumbles and now I want to introduce you to Happy Chocolate Bliss Crumbles. We all know my love for chocolate is, well, pretty insane to say the least. I look for ways to incorporate it into my meals and snacks. It’s good for the soul and plus it’s filled with some antioxidants right? AND to top it off I finally made a recipe using Chocolate Coconut Milk!

    ginnybakes offers some of my favorite organic, gluten-free and non-gmo products. These Happy Chocolate Bliss Crumbles are delicious even just by the handful but since it’s December and my love for hot chocolate is coming back, I created Hot Chocolate Overnight Oats so we can start our days with a seasonal delicious treat and something that doesn’t cost us the same indulgence as traditional hot chocolate.unnamed (7)unnamed (42)

    These Hot Chocolate Overnight Oats are of course chocolatey, creamy, rich but don’t leave us with something heavy in our stomachs. You can leave them cold like I do or heat them up in the microwave or stove right before eating.

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    Hot Chocolate Overnight Oats

    Prep Time 5 mins
    Total Time 5 mins
    Yields 1


    • 3/4 cup of old fashioned oatmeal
    • 1 cup of chocolate coconut milk (you can use any chocolate milk you wish)
    • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds
    • 1 tablespoon of raw cacao nibs
    • 1/3 cup of ginnybakes Chocolate Bliss Crumbles


    1. Add oats, milk, chia seeds and cacao together in your mason jar or tupperware.
    2. Place in refrigerator overnight.
    3. Top with Ginny Bake's Chocolate Bliss Crumbles the next morning.


    Enjoy! xx, Rach

    By the way, if you use the code bake7 on ginnybakes website, you get $5 off your order of $25 or more (not a affiliate code, just wanted to share the love!)

    This recipe was sponsored by ginnybakes.

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  • Reply Emilie @ Emilie Eats December 1, 2015 at 3:16 pm

    Made a version of this for breakfast this morning ’cause CHOCOLATE for breakfast, like helloooooo why not?!

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  • Reply Rachel Mansfield knows how to indulge for breakfast | ginnybakes December 1, 2015 at 4:17 pm

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  • Reply Ashley @ Fit Mitten Kitchen December 2, 2015 at 6:27 pm

    UGH. I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE. You make oats look SOOOO good. Can’t even handle it.

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  • Reply rachel @ athletic avocado December 3, 2015 at 8:30 am

    your oatmeal is always so perfect!! I need those chocolate bliss crumbles in my life asap!

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    • Reply Rachel December 4, 2015 at 2:13 pm

      Thank you so much Rachel!!! You are so sweet. The crumbles from ginnybakes are a serious game changer! SO yummy!!


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