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In a small bowl, dissolve the yeast in the warm water and set aside for 5 to 10 minutes. Measure the flour by placing 5 cups of flour in one bowl and setting 1 cup aside.

In a microwave-safe container, heat the butter, milk, sugar and salt on 50% power in 30-second increments until the butter is melted and the mixture is warmed, stirring well between each increment.

Pour the mixture into a medium bowl. Whisk in the eggs one at a time. Add the yeast mixture (it should appear frothy) and whisk well.

Pour the liquid into the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the dough hook attachment. Add half of the 5 cups of flour and mix on medium speed until nearly combined. Add the remaining half of the flour and mix to combine. Add the reserved 1 cup flour 1 tablespoon at a time. Stop adding flour when the dough no longer sticks to the sides of the bowl and is easy to handle.

Place the dough on a lightly floured surface and knead for 5 to 8 minutes.

Oil a bowl with the canola oil. Place the kneaded dough in the oiled bowl, turning in the bowl once to make sure it is oiled on all sides. Cover and let the dough rise in a warm place for about 1 hour.

After the dough has risen for 1 hour or doubled in size, punch it down and remove it from the bowl. Use a floured rolling pin on a floured surface to roll the dough into a 12”x18” rectangle about 1/4 inch thick.

Combine the brown sugar, cinnamon, and salt in a small bowl. Brush the melted butter over the entire rectangle (all the way to the edges). Sprinkle the brown sugar mixture over the dough, leaving a 1-inch margin on one of the long sides. Sprinkle pieces of the cookie dough evenly over the rectangle, leaving the 1-inch margin.

Generously grease a 9”x13” pan and an 8”x8” pan with butter. Place 12 slices in the 9”x13” pan in a 3”x4” arrangement. Place the other 6 slices in the 8”x8” pan, with one in the center surrounded by the rest of the slices. It’s OK if they don’t touch. Cover and set aside to rise in a warm place for 1 hour.

Preheat the oven to 350°F. Bake the rolls for 25 to 30 minutes, until the edges are lightly browned and the tops are set.

While the rolls bake, make the glaze (below). When the rolls are done baking, let them cool for 5 minutes before drizzling the glaze over the entire pan.


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


Healthy Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats Recipe

Jason Donnelly

If you're constantly rushing out the door in the morning, it's easy to let breakfast fall by the wayside. Enter overnight oats, the breakfast savior for the busy. You can prepare them the night before and let the fridge do its magic. All you have to do is open them up in the morning and enjoy that delicious, nutrient-dense goodness. You'll have a healthy breakfast with the hassle.

Traditional oatmeal requires you to heat the oats over the stove or in the microwave (or at least pour hot water over them, if you're using the instant kind). However, overnight oats don't require any heat. Just mix the raw oats with liquid—in this case, a mixture of milk and Greek yogurt—and leave them to sit. The liquid will soften the oats, and they'll absorb the flavor of any spices or fruit you add into the mix, too.

This recipe keeps things simple, with flax seeds, maple syrup, and cinnamon. Of course, you can always top the oatmeal with more fresh fruit, too. Blueberries are a particularly delicious option we love.

If you really want to make your overnight oats stand out, though, try adding this recipe's cream cheese frosting topper to the mix. All you have to do is stir the ingredients together—no whisking or beating required—and the creamy topping will make your oats even more delectable.

However you eat them, overnight oats are a filling and nutritious way to start your morning. With 20 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber, this recipe has everything you need to stay satiated for the day ahead. Plus, with only 10 grams of sugar, you'll still be way better off than if you'd grabbed a prepared to-go oatmeal packet.

Instant oatmeal varieties are often loaded with extra sugar, along with less protein. (Even traditional oatmeal, prepared stovetop, can be heavy in carbs and low on protein.) But with overnight oats, you'll have all of the convenience of the prepackaged options, but with more health benefits. The milk and Greek yogurt add protein, and the flax seeds add even more fiber. Plus, this version is way tastier than anything store-bought. If you crave a breakfast pastry or a sweet morning meal, this cinnamon roll overnight oats recipe is for you!

Nutrition: 388 calories, 8 g fat (3 g saturated), 300 mg sodium, 10 g sugar, 20 g protein, 15 g fiber

Makes 1 serving


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