Comfort Food #HAWMC

WEGO Health: We’re not all 5 star chefs, but we all need to eat! Tell your readers how to make your favorite dish. Does the recipe hold a good memory for you? Is it the act of cooking itself that brings you joy, or the people that come together to eat it?

These are my favorite no bake cookies EVER!:


  • 2C sugar
  • 1/2C cocoa powder
  • 1/2C butter
  • 1/2C Milk
  • 1t vanilla
  • 3C Oatmeal(You can use quick cook for a softer cookie or regular oats for a chewier cookie)
  • Mix all ingredients in sauce pot and bring to boil over medium heat and constantly stir the mixture. Boil for 1 minute.
  • Add vanilla
  • Add wet ingredients to oatmeal
  • Drop mixture onto wax paper
  • Let cookies set for an hour or two

Berry Overnight Oats

I was finally able to make some overnight oats last night. They’re actually pretty good other than the fact that I used plain Greek yogurt. That made them too tart for my taste so I had to add some Stevia to them which made a huge difference. When I make some more tonight I will be using vanilla Chobani yogurt now that Fred Meyer is now carrying it.

Here is the recipe that I used, it’s a slight variation from the one I found here:

  • 1/4 C old fashion oats
  • 1/4 C Greek yogurt
  • 1/3 C whole milk
  • 1 tsp Chia seeds
  • 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1/4 C berries

All you have to do is mix all of those ingredients in a mason jar or even a coffee mug wrapped up overnight and then you have a delicious breakfast waiting for you in the morning. Or a healthy snack for the afternoon. You are probably wondering why I put chia seeds in it. These seeds have been found to have huge nutritional benefits. They’re high in omega-3s, fiber and a few other things. For more info on chia seeds click here.

One of the great things about overnight oats is that you can easily change it up however you want it to be. You can use any type of milk if you don’t want to use whole milk. There’s so many flavors of yogurt to choose from. This recipe is easily doubled if you want a bigger helping of it. You also aren’t limited to just berries in it. You could also put say a banana or something in it. You can also put a lot more than 1/4 a cup of fruit in it. That’s all I put in because of my fructose intolerance.