The colors, flavors, and ingredients of fall come together in this cozy and convenient breakfast. We begin with our nutrient-dense overnight oat base of oats, flax seed, chia, and pea protein, then add a dash of chai spice, anti-inflammatory turmeric, pumpkin, raisins, and pumpkin seeds. The result? Creamy, golden-hued overnight oats that are sweet, spiced, and packed with nutrition, including electrolytes, B-Vitamins, and protein. Easier to assemble than homemade pumpkin bread, and better fuel for your morning workout!
1 servings per container
Serving size (100g)
Amount per serving Calories
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Our pumpkin seed spice overnight boast a spectrum of B-vitamins, including biotin, which helps the body convert food into usable energy, and folate, which plays an essential role in the production of red blood cells (which in turn shuttle oxygen into your cells). Added bonus? More than a third of your daily recommended dose of niacin, which may help to keep blood lipid levels in check.
Proper hydration is key for all-day energy. Our pumpkin oats are a good source of potassium and magnesium, which together maintain blood pressure and help to keep muscles functioning at peak performance. We add a pinch of Himalayan pink salt to our oats for flavor and for the trace minerals it offers.
Iron plays a crucial role in the function of red blood cells, which are responsible for transporting oxygen to cells, and myoglobin, which delivers oxygen to hard-working muscles. Thanks to a combination of super seeds—including chia and pumpkin seeds—our pumpkin overnight oats boast about a third of your daily recommended iron, all sourced through the power of plants.
Our overnight oat base, which includes chia seeds, rolled oats, and clean, unsweetened pea protein, is rich in the branched chain amino acids isoleucine, leucine and valine. These amino acids may be of particular benefit to athletes, contributing to muscle repair and efficient post-workout recovery.
Standard American breakfasts can be woefully short on fiber, a nutrient that’s responsible for keeping us satiated and our digestive systems performing at their peak. The result? Mid-morning dips in energy, nagging hunger, and suboptimal snacking. Thankfully, our overnight oats provide over one third of your daily recommended fiber, making them a breakfast with serious staying power.