Erewhon Blueberry Overnight Oats

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Erewhon Blueberry Overnight Oats

Always on the hunt for fresh, delicious, organic options - of course I died and went to health-food-heaven as soon as I walked through those Erewhon doors. It’s everything Whole Foods used to be, and SO much more.

Erewhon (a reverse, almost, of NOWHERE) launched in Boston in 1966 as a macrobiotic market, the first of it’s kind in the USA. in 1968 Erewhon moved to Los Angeles where it boasts multiple locations (6 i believe) and it’s headquarters in LA. It’s a neighborhood market with a Hollywood feel - fabulous merch, stellar staff - it’s like a restaurant meets gift store meets grocery meets … well, heaven in my book : )

What is the allure? It’s hard to say… it’s meticulously curated, the shelves are displays of bountiful produce piled high like you’ve never seen. The selection of juices, soups and dressings - all in glass jars! - is enough to make my heart skip a beat. The smoothie bar… swoon. Coffee, pizza, grab and go goods… it’s the best of the best - locally sourced, organic, beautiful food - all under one roof.

Their philosophy:

At Erewhon, we believe that nutrition is the key to a radiant lifestyle. Through our markets, we endeavor to provide exceptional organic products that inspire good decision-making and healthier communities.

RIGHT ON EREWHON! (Also, can i get a job here!? ; )

The item that draws me back through those wallet draining doors each and every day - the simple and scrumptious overnight oats. They are creamy, dreamy, and oh-so-satifying - the perfect blend of oats, chia and fresh popping blueberries - when i can’t get them at Erewhon, i have to make them at home. Over the last few weeks we have been testing with Team Tuesday, here is my best shot at recreation:


in a 12 ounce cup or glass jar add the following:

1/4 cup coconut yogurt (we love harmless harvest)

2 tablespoons gluten free oats

1 tablespoon chia seeds

1 tablespoon hemp seeds

1 tsp maple syrup

1 cup house made almond milk (almonds, vanilla bean, date, cinnamon, sea salt)

1/4 cup fresh blueberries

Stir all ingredients until well combined, top with a 1/4 to a 1/2 cup of fresh blueberries. Allow to set in fridge for one hour or overnight. (oats may thicken, add a little more nut mylk to your desired consistency)