Overnights oats just make sense. Made the night before, ready and easily portable in the morning, it is the perfect breakfast. Try some of these yummy recipes, maybe even extend the overnight oat trend to lunch or dinnertime?!
1. Coconut Latte Overnight Oats from Table for Two
This recipe is super easy and even more delicious. One major downfall of the overnight oat is sometimes they come out a little dry. Well, Table for Two's recipe is the complete opposite. These are ultra creamy and have a little kick of caffeine so you get your coffee and breakfast all in one! Get the full recipe here.
2. Savory oats with delicata squash and eggs via The Happy Hungry Yogi
This is the kind of dish that might be labeled under breakfast but you'll find yourself craving at all times of the day. The delicata squash mixed with cinnamon and herbs, how can you go wrong? As a bonus, this recipe from The Happy Hungry Yogi is gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free. Delicata squash is fiber-rich, so combined with the oats this meal will keep you full all day. Find the recipe here.
3. Tone It Up's Banana Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
Banana + PB + Oats = Happiness. If you don't believe it now, you certainly will after one spoonful of this delicious mix. The recipe calls for peanut butter, chia seeds and a scoop of vanilla protein so this protein-packed bowl is great post workout or just to fuel your day. It also yields two servings so be sure you keep one at home or you'll certainly eat both! Find the recipe here.
4. Berry Chia Overnight Oats a lá Pinch of Yum
Here's an sweet little recipe that you likely already have the ingredients on hand for. Make use of those frozen berries garnishing ice in the back of your freezer, mix with oats, milk, cinnamon and chia seeds to make a chia pudding-esque overnight oat masterpiece. To make it right, you might need an extra minute in the morning to add pureed berries to stir in with yogurt, nuts and honey. Trust us, it's worth waking up three minutes earlier. Find the full recipe here.
5. Overnight Oats with soft-cooked egg and miso-braised kale
This may look and sound too difficult, but you'd be surprised how doable it is. Once you get the soft-cooked egg preparation down, you just need to toss and simmer kale in a miso-soy mixture, add it all to a bowl of oats, season and enjoy. Find the full recipe here.