- 62% of your DV Fiber
- 32% DV of Iron
- 23% DV of Calcium
- Raw & Sprouted
- Made with love in Buffalo, NY
Chia Seeds*, Plum*, Flax Seeds*, Strawberries*
Frequently Asked Questions
POUR, SOAK, ENJOY
Step 1: Open up your package and pour 1 cup of milk or plant-based milk alternative (mylk). Then seal and shake to mix.
Step 2: Place in your fridge and let soak overnight.
Step 3: In the morning, simply stir/shake again and enjoy!
Optional Step 4: We leave our OverNights unsweetened so you can add your favorite sweetener if you choose! We love our OverNights (especially our chocolate flavors) with 1 tsp of maple syrup or date paste, but you can use whatever you'd like!
*When finished, please rinse package and recycle!
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Did you know that there are different types of oats? Typically, oat groats are processed in a variety of ways to create instant oats, old fashioned oats, steel cut oats, or oat bran. At Foodnerd, we use sprouted raw oat groats as they are the least processed, most bioavailable, and most nutritious option. We are the first raw AND sprouted overnight oat groat breakfast available on the market.
Chia pudding is the underappreciated baby sister of overnight oats. Chia is an excellent source of omega 3 fatty acids, calcium, iron and fiber. The soluble fiber of the chia soaks up water and the seed swells and becomes gelatinous (similar to flax seeds). This texture creates delicious, healthy “puddings” that our gut and taste buds love!
Buckwheat is a whole grain seed that is naturally gluten free. It is complete with protein that is high in essential amino acids that are fundamental to human health. Buckwheat will not spike your blood sugar levels because it is low on the Glycemic Index. It is also high in natural prebiotics, minerals, and antioxidants. Buckwheat is amazing for athletes and highly active people. Find out more here.
So we’ve mentioned sprouting, but what does it mean and why does it matter? In short, sprouting increases the bioavailability (how well you absorb) an assortment of nutrients. It also makes foods more digestible! We talk extensively about sprouting in our complete guide to sprouts as well as our post on different types of sprouts.
You can find all of the nutrition information here.