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Tahini-Chocolate Chunk Overnight Oats

February 17, 2018
12 Ratings
Photo by Julia Gartland
Author Notes

We met tahini and chocolate in cookies years ago. These overnight oats are like that, just breakfast-fied—and much, much quicker to make. Assemble the night before a busy morning, then grab and go as you're scurrying out the door. —Emma Laperruque

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Tahini-Chocolate Chunk Overnight Oats
  • Serves 1
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats
  • 1/2 cup whole milk or soy milk, plus more as needed
  • 1 big spoonful well-stirred tahini
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate chunks, preferably bittersweet
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 pinch kosher salt
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Directions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl or jar and stir. Add more milk to reach desired thickness (keeping in mind that it will get thicker as it “sleeps”!). Taste and adjust the maple syrup and salt accordingly. Cover with a lid or plastic wrap. Stick in the fridge and let soak for 8 to 12 hours.

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Emma is the food editor at Food52. Before this, she worked a lot of odd jobs, all at the same time. Think: stir-frying noodles on the fly, baking dozens of pastries at 3 a.m., and writing about the history of pie in North Carolina. Now she lives in New Jersey with her husband and their cat, Butter. Stay tuned every Tuesday for Emma's award-winning column, Big Little Recipes (also the cookbook in October 2021!). And see what she's up to on Instagram at @emmalaperruque.

7 Reviews

Elana March 10, 2020
This is delicious and really hearty. I used cocoa nibs, as I was too tired to bother cutting up chocolate. It worked well and made it overall lower in sugar. I'm looking forward to this recipe for many breakfasts. Thank you!
 
Ashley L. January 13, 2020
This is so delicious. I heated mine up in the microwave and then added sliced banana. It's decadent and so very warming.
 
ghainskom May 15, 2019
Yummy!
 
AM February 23, 2018
you eat this cold??
 
Barb February 22, 2018
Personally, I'd nuke it, just to warm it up.
 
RW February 22, 2018
How long to cook?
 
Author Comment
Emma L. February 22, 2018
Hi RW, it’s totally raw!