Mason Jar Oatmeal

I wrote this post as part of a sponsored campaign with Dollar Tree and The Blueprint Social. The opinions in this post are my own.

 Mason Jar Oatmeal

I was talking to my neighbor today, she’s a teacher and you know what she said?  It’s almost time to go back to school! Quick summer, right?  Morning routines are about to go in to overdrive.

I found this awesome idea for a hearty breakfast at Dollar Tree’s Value Seekers Club, I just printed the project sheet and purchased everything I needed at Dollar Tree.

Oatmeal Recipe Dollar Tree

I followed the recipe, mixed everything in one bowl, divided it up evenly in my mason jars and popped it in the oven.

Oatmeal in a jar with awesome toppings!

In 5-10 minutes plus baking time, you can have the whole week’s worth of breakfasts ready.  Oh what a relief, one task checked off the endless morning list!

Oatmeal -  A Week's Worth

I love a crunchy topping, I’m using trail mix  and granola to top it off.  The boys are going to love it.

Oatmeal toppings

What a delicious way to say good morning!

Free Riddle Printables

Oatmeal to fill their tummies and I am attaching fun riddles to my jars of oatmeal to wake up their brain, you can print and use for yourself if you’d like. (Just right click and save to your computer or print)

Kid's Riddles #riddles #kids #backtoschool

My grandsons love riddles, they are so cute trying to figure them out.  It’s fun to listen to them as they try them out on Mom and Dad.

Starting the morning out with giggles and oatmeal!  It’s a great way to set the tone for the rest of the day.

Oatmeal for a Week with Sweet Toppings

I can’t wait to try some of  their other ideas the Dollar Tree Value Seekers Club  is free and easy to sign up. They’re never boring, the content changes every month!  Sign up and check it out!

 

I’m happy to be giving away a $50 Dollar Tree gift card to one of my readers! Just a little something to jump start the school shopping or whatever shopping :)

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Comments

  1. 1
    Laura J says:

    Oh I would love to make the Monster Boxes! Oh Carter would have so much fun with those!

  2. 2
    Elena says:

    I like the dahlia wreath.

  3. 3
    Mary Happymommy says:

    I’d like to try the clothespin picture hanger project.

  4. 4
    MK says:

    My son AND my husband would love this. Is it possible for you to put the recipe on your website? THANKS so much:)
    MK recently posted..Mason Jar Oatmeal

  5. 5
    Terri Hughes says:

    Love the dahlia……I would make it, very pretty!

  6. 6
    Tammy says:

    Mason Jar Oatmeal… love this idea!

  7. 7
    Kelly D says:

    I would like to try the Clothespin Mirror Memory Keeper project.

  8. 8
    Leidy says:

    I would like to make the motivation station for my daughter. She just started kindergarten and I think this project would be fun for her. Thank you for the chance to win

  9. 9
    Erika W. says:

    My daughter would love the Clothespin picture hanger so I’d make that first. I love the monster tissue boxes too!

  10. 10
    Heidi says:

    WOW your creations are so imaginative!! I cannot wait to try some of these!!! ♥

  11. 11
    Bethany says:

    Monster Boxes look fun!

  12. 12
    lisa g says:

    That paper dahlia is pretty i might just go make that right now!!

  13. 13
    carol easterday says:

    I would love to try those ombre vases

  14. 14
    Kellie Rose Wilson says:

    Clothespin Mirror Memory Keeper project

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