10 Overnight Oats Recipes to Start Your Morning

BANANA BROWNIE OVERNIGHT OATS

Banana and chocolate make a wonderful combination. I absolutely love the creaminess of this recipe. I take about five minutes to put together, making it super easy to prep for the next morning.

When I put together overnight oats, I usually make a few jars of it in different flavors. Its amazing how many options there are for this breakfast they seem just about endless. The honey in this recipe gives it a nice subtle sweetness that soothes my rampant sweet tooth.

The recipes for banana brownie overnight oats can be found here. The blog I go this recipe from has other awesome ideas for making these easy to prepare oats.

Lemon Raspberry Overnight Oats

Raspberry lemon has to be one of my most favored combinations, I absolutely adore raspberries and the lemon zest gives it such a bright zing.

Raspberries and lemons combine to make a perfect sweet and sour pair.

Raspberry’s juicy brightness and lemon’s sharp, bite are a match made into a wonderful breakfast that will wake you up and give you the energy to start your day.

Using both oats and chia seeds ensure you say full longer and supply energy to your body and mind. This blog has a great recipe for lemon raspberry overnight oats.

 Apple and Cinnamon Overnight Oats

This classic flavor combination has a wonderful warming taste. Adding in nuts like walnuts or pecans, is a great way to add that extra splash of protein.

Apples are a perfect energy boosting fruit, it is said an apple in the morning gives you more energy than a cup of strong coffee.

I really love the creaminess of this recipe. The apples add texture and crunch to this dish.

Peach Pie Overnight Oats

You can never go wrong with the peaches and cream flavor combination. Cinnamon adds warmth to this recipes. It also uses graham crackers to add that pie crust texture and mouth feel.

Almond milk and yogurt gives this a nice creamy base to offset the bright taste of the peaches.

When making this recipe I often switch out the graham crackers for nuts, I personally favor pecans to give it a nutty finish.

Peanut Butter & Jelly Overnight Oats

I find this one to be a very child friendly choice, along with being nostalgic for this type of sandwich. Maple syrup and raspberry jelly give it a nice, sweet taste.

The peanut butter and almond milk make is very creamy and satisfying. I find the combination of oats and peanut butter keep me full much longer than just oats or chia seeds.  

Matcha Overnight Oats

Green tea is both healthy and a metabolism booster. It is high in antioxidants, which aid in protecting your vital cells.

I really enjoy this recipe and when I make it I use matcha powder that is flavored with a bit of vanilla.

The slight bitterness of the matcha is very refreshing to my pallet, plus green tea totally helps your body so you can’t go wrong with it.

Carrot Cake Overnight Oats

This is one of my all-time favorites, I think it is the perfect flavor for spring. Often I will add nuts to it to give it more texture.

Another thing I like to top it with is slightly sweetened cream cheese to really give it that carrot cake taste.

The whey protein in this recipe is a great way to get a protein boost for extra energy.

Pumpkin Pie Spiced Overnight Oats

Nothing says fall quite like pumpkin spice. This high fiber breakfast will fill you up and taste great.

I like to add pecans as a topping and sometimes I will add some cream cheese to give it a more cheesecake flavor.

Don’t be afraid to experiment with toppings to make this a custom morning treat.

Keto Berries and Cream Overnight Oats

This is a classic and never fails to please. You can use any kind of berries you like, get creative to try new combinations.

This recipe is technically a notmeal and not oats. It is high in protein and flavor.

Blueberries just happen to be my favorite for this recipe.

Strawberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

Creamy cream cheese and bright strawberries come together to make this tasty breakfast.

I absolutely love fresh berries in the morning, fruit is the perfect way to start your morning.

Natural sugars and chia seeds will give you a nice energy boost so you can tackle any task at hand.

 

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