How to Make Refrigerator Oatmeal

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[Editor's Note: I'm always in search of great, grab-and-go breakfast ideas for the morning, and this idea sounds fantastic! A combination of yogurt, oatmeal, and fresh fruit sets up overnight in the refrigerator, and can be eaten cold, whether that's at home, or whether you take it with you to work or school. It's a great way to get good morning nutrition without any hands-on work on a rushed morning. --Genie]

Overnight, No-Cook Refrigerator Oatmeal

Learning about refrigerator oatmeal excited me, because it offers a way to enjoy oatmeal year round. Yummy reader, Kelly, called this "Summer Porridge" in a comment on my Facebook page—I'd never heard of that either. After some googling, I discovered that refrigerator oatmeal, yogurt oats, and summer porridge are all names for the same thing.

Refrigerator Oatmeal

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