Make a quick and healthy meal with these 10 easy overnight oats recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
If you’re looking for a healthy and quick meal, overnight oats are a great option. Usually made with a few ingredients, you can create all sorts of flavors to liven up oatmeal. Plus, most recipes are made right in a mason jar for a cute and convenient meal. Throw in the ingredients, stick it in the refrigerator overnight and enjoy the next day. It’s that easy! Find your perfect overnight oats with these 10 recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
Combine a dessert favorite with healthy oats using this recipe from Be Whole Be You. These dairy free, gluten free, vegan overnight oats take only five minutes to make. Eat them cold right from the fridge, or heat them up!
Everyone loves French toast for breakfast, but we don’t always have time to make it in the morning. Get the French toast flavor with these easy French toast overnight oats from Smart Little Cookie. When you’re ready to eat, top the oats with whipped cream.
Chocolate and peanut butter are a classic flavor combination, and they go great with oats in this recipe from Organize Yourself Skinny. In the morning, add some chocolate chips and peanuts on top for a crunchy texture.
Take chocolate and peanut butter to the next level with this recipe from Running in a Skirt. These overnight oats pack a protein and potassium punch with bananas, Greek yogurt, chia seeds and peanut butter.
Apple cinnamon is a classic oatmeal flavor, but these overnight oats from Jar of Lemons bring even more flavor and texture. With only a handful of ingredients, you can whip these up in about five minutes.
Make multiple servings with this recipe from Flavor the Moments. These tropical overnight oats are easy to make and combine fresh pineapple, chia seeds, coconut and more.
Crunchy almonds and chia seeds play off the sweet raspberries for a tasty breakfast treat in this recipe from Tastes of Lizzy T’s. In 10 minutes, you’ll have a delicious and nutritious breakfast ready to go in the morning.
Mother Thyme’s recipe adds a citrus twist to overnight oats – lemon poppy seed. Let the oats soak in lemon zest, milk and maple syrup over night, and top with a dollop of lemon curd and yogurt before serving.
This recipe from The Nutritionist Reviews is prepped in five minutes and makes two servings. When the oats are ready to go, top with fresh peaches and Greek yogurt for that true peaches and cream taste.
The best part about this recipe from Hummusapian is that you can add multiple toppings to the mix–chocolate chips, coconuts, walnuts and more. The simple recipe only takes five minutes to make, and can be eaten in four to six hours.
Overnight oats are so easy to make, anyone can create a healthy and fast breakfast in minutes. For more recipes, visit our In the Kitchen blog.