Beautiful fall day ready to get going!!
Up for a run at 7 this morning – skies were blue, leaves were red and orange. These are the days I wait all year for!!
I actually ran to the farmer’s market, which I have been SO sad not to go to all summer with bakery + busy-ness. I stopped in to see the sisters behind No Bull burgers and chatted for a while. They are so nice! Came home with a pack of burgers frozen in my hand!! Dropped them off and kept running. Think I covered about 4 miles?
Overnight pumpkin oats were waiting for me
- 1/3 cup rolled oats
- 1/3 cup pumpkin
- 1/3 cup milk
- 1/2 cup greek yogurt
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- Pinch salt
- Cville Cluster
Like my giant gourd!? [twhs]
Bakery time, then Anne P time, then wine time!
Morning ! I’m having pumpkin overnight oats as we speak 🙂 hope you have a great productive weekend !
Zoe @ loseweightandgainhealth says
I am going to try those overnight oats tomorrow – they look good. I like the photos of the pumpkin on the steps. Congrats for supporting the Farmers Market. I always like to support the little guys and local producers 🙂
What’s that number mean?
pumpkin pi! Haha, so clever 🙂
I thought that number went on forever. Does it wrap around the back of the pumpkin?
It’s how many days it would take to eat the pumpkin if you cooked it first
In your case it might be hours, not days.
Ha it reminds me of the line in “Stupid for Your Love” by Brendan James that says “I still remember 30 numbers after 3 point 1-4 pi, don’t ask me why…”
<3 that song!
Jen on the Edge says
You have inspired me to try pumpkin with my oatmeal this morning. Yum.
Katie @wholelivingimprint.tumblr.com says
Hi! Good for you already getting your run in; I am hoping to get a long run in later this morning.
I just had a bowl of vegan overnight oats with iced coffee; truly the perfect way to start the day!
And the giant gourd in your picture is beautiful btw!
Ali @ Peaches and Football says
Awesome morning run! Your oats look marvelous Kath. Have a super Saturday!!
Lynda @ Healthy Hoboken Girl says
What a nice start to a fall Saturday morning. Have a great weekend!! I’m cracking open my can o’pumpkin today!! Yum!!
Katie @ Talk Less, Say More says
I had overnight oats yesterday and so wished I had some leftover pumpkin to throw in…yum! yum!
Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table says
This bowl of oats may be my idea bowl – especially with that Biscoff on top! Have a great day!
what a great way to start the morning!!! 🙂 have a fun day Kath!
Julia H. @ The Petite Spiel says
Your first picture reminded me of a [super corny] joke I know.
What do you get if you divide the circumference of a pumpkin by its diameter?
Sarena (The Non-Dairy Queen) says
Sounds like you are off to a great start to a great day! I hope you have an incredible weekend!
Hilliary @ Happily Ever Healthy says
Great way to start your morning! I am having pumpkin spice coffee from trader joes! Just cannot get enough pumpkin! Have a fabulous day!
Ashley @ My Food 'N' Fitness Diaries says
I’ll have to try your pumpkin overnight oats combo – looks fantastic! And I agree, these are the beautiful fall days that I love so so much!
Cait's Plate says
HAHA! I love the “pumpkin pi” 🙂
Have a wonderful Saturday and enjoy your time with Anne!
Katie @ Peace Love and Oats says
those oats look good! I made myself pumpkin yogurt this morning! Half greek yogurt and half pumpkin, with some cereal thrown in! Can’t get enough!
katie @KatieDid says
You should roast up the pumpkin.. I didn’t think it would be anything special but it was amzinggg!!
Lynn @ the actor's diet says
I miss Michael Scott.
And I agree you should make Dorie greenspan’s stuffed pumpkin recipe!!!
What kind of coconut tea do you drink? I have been on the look out for some and haven’t been able to find any!
It’s one I ordered from Adagio teas
Meghan @ Day-to-Day Crazy says
There’s nothing better than the perfect fall day! Here in Alberta (Canada) it tends to go straight from summer to winter it seems, but we’ve actually had a fall this year! I love it. 🙂
Gina @ Running to the Kitchen says
The math geek in my loves the shout out to pi on the pumpkin 🙂 Have a great day!
Ann @ Running With Chopstix says
Agreed! That definitely made me giggle a little.
I have never been to the farmer’s market where we live, but would like to go when it opens up again.
[email protected] Flying ONION says
Oh gosh. Coconut tea. That sounds so nice. 😀
Lindsay @ biking before bed says
I love the nerdy pumpkin pie picture. It made my morning. Glad you finally got to the farmers market!
Ha…you are clever!
And, I miss Michael Scott too.
Have a beautiful day, Kath!
Deva @ Deva by Definition says
I have Pi memorized to the 9th digit (it was an extra credit assignment in high school), so the reference on your pumpkin made me giggle.
Laura @ Backstage Balance says
Pumpkin Pi, lol. Funny!
Katelyn @ Chef Katelyn says
Ahahahah THAT’S WHAT HEEEE SAID!
I love the oats! Such a good use of pumpkin. Have a great Saturday! 🙂
Chelsea @ One Healthy Munchkin says
I didn’t get to go to the farmer’s market either all summer because I worked every Saturday! 🙁 I’m so glad I can go now that I’m back at school!
Kelly @ Foodie Fiasco says
Love your overnight oats!
I love how all of your dishes and linens match today. I’m a bit obsessed with matching…
Also, Pumpkin Pi(e) is cute. I plan on sharing this image with friends and family. Thanks for the laugh!
Your pumpkin breakfast looks so good! I love the clusters and biscoff on top.
I am loving these fall temps for running too. Easily my favorite time of year! 🙂
kathleen @ the daily crumb says
love killing two birds with one stone and exercising/running (literally!) errands at the same time. breakfast looks delicious and it sounds like you have a great little saturday planned. enjoy!
Molly @ RDexposed says
TWHS needs to catch on more!
Your overnight oats look delish! I just have to tell you that I stopped in the Great Harvest in my neighborhood-in Carmel, Indiana-and had the veggie sandwich on Dakota bread. It was probably the freshest veggie sandwich I’ve ever had. Also, the new owner here, Jerry Lecy, mentioned that he helped with training out west with you and Matt! 🙂
Yeah!! Tell Jerry we said hello 🙂
what does twhs mean?
“that’s what he said” – kind of a dirty joke!
had to google twhs 🙂
Haha, the gourd + TWSS comment made me snicker!
Lauren @ What Lauren Likes says
I need to make pumpkin overnight oats! I have haven’t yet this fall! 🙂
J3nn (Jenn's Menu and Lifestyle Blog) says
I am sad about not going to our farmer’s market this year too. 🙁 Maybe I’ll stop by next week before it’s too late!
How do you incorporate the Greek yogurt into the oats? I watched your youtube about milk + water + banana + oats and have yet to try it but am never sure with your yummy looking breakfasts at which point to incorporate which ingredient. Do you mix it into the oats while it’s still on the burner? That’s like the best of both world!
Also i actually for the first time ever just clicked on your banner ad – and entered for a free trip to Greece through Fage (we just got back from our honeymoon there and would die to go back) – if we win I’ll be sure to drop you a thank you 😉
These were actually overnight oats -which are soaked in milk and yogurt overnight and never cooked. I don’t cook yogurt – it separates!
Right after I posted, I went into your oatmeal tab and learned alll about overnight oats – fascinating. Thanks!
Love the TWHS comment. My husband and I are big Office fans and we say “that’s what she said” all the time. Our 4 year old son started saying it months ago and the a lot of the time he says it at appropriate times. I’m sad that the farmer’s market season is coming to a close. I think our Sunday one is still going on so I was just thinking that I need to try and make it tomorrow, but I’d also like to go apple picking because it’s the last weekend at one of the orchards. I want fall to stay forever, no W-word season for awhile!
chelsey @ clean eating chelsey says
hahah It took me a while to get the pumpkin PI thing – <3 it!
hey Kath! wondering when you put your morning bowl of deliciousness together, what you are shooting for, what you are thinking in terms of carbs/proteins/dairy?
I am trying to make your oat concoction in the morning & have been adding chia seeds, sunflower butter, dollop of jam. But i am always wondering, “should i do more chia seeds? should i do a shot of hemp protein powder” for more protein? Just wondering how you think when you put your plates/bowls together.
Thank you for the education 🙂 -E!
I don’t aim for a number of grams or calories of any of those – I just make sure to include them near to their serving sizes. So for carbs it’s either 1/3 cup oats plus granola/muffin or 1/2 cup oats, which is a serving. For dairy, it’s usually 1/3 cup milk in my oats or maybe 2/3 cup dairy in overnight oats or 1 cup yogurt. Just depends on what I’m having. And fats almost always come from nut butters. I stick to 1/2 -1 tbsp chia seeds.