Overnight Oats- Three Ways

March 22, 2016


A healthy on-the-go breakfast recipe for overnight oats. Great to make at the start of the week!

I love making oatmeal during the winter but now that it’s starting to warm up, overnight oats are the next best thing! What I love most about overnight oats is how easy they are to prepare. The oats take less than 20 minutes to assemble, and then they just sit in the fridge overnight. In the morning you can add whichever toppings you like and go! The portable containers make it especially easy to travel with. Today I’m sharing a recipe for my favorite Overnight Oats- Three Ways!

a healthy and easy breakfast idea that takes less than 20 minute to prepare Overnight Oats Recipe. Love how you can get creative with the toppings Looking for an easy breakfast idea? Try these overnight oats with bananas and peanut butter an easy recipe for overnight oats with almonds and coconut! A great healthy breakfast idea.Overnight Oats- three ways! Get this easy recipe for a healthy on-the-go breakfast!


makes 3 servings

1 cup plain yogurt {I prefer Greek yogurt but you might want to use plain if you’re adding peanut butter}

1/2 cup almond milk

1/2 cup steel cut oats

2 Tablespoons brown sugar

optional: 1/2 Tbsp chia seeds

topping ideas:

peanut butter and banana slices

apples and cinnamon

almonds, coconut, and honey



In a medium bowl, mix the yogurt, milk, oats, brown sugar, and chia seeds. Divide into three jars or bows, and refrigerate for at least 6 hours, or overnight.

In the morning add toppings!


Other toppings I love are berries and granola, figs and maple syrup, and walnuts and raisins! Have you tried overnight oats? What did you think? I remember the first time I made them I had to get used to the colder temperature, but now I love them!



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