Enjoy healthy and filling grab-and-go convenience with these Surprisingly Decadent and Super Healthy Overnight Oats perfect for busy mornings!
Life can get really hectic, and most of us often don’t have time to cook a nice breakfast to start the day off right, especially through the work week.
Bananas, granola bars, and meal replacement shakes are great in a pinch, but sometimes, you need something more hearty and filling.
Overnight Oats are the perfect answer to your breakfast needs!
Just combine the healthy ingredients in these Super Healthy Overnight Oat Recipes, let them sit in the refrigerator overnight, and they will be ready to eat in the morning.
Soaking the oats overnight softens them as if they’d been cooked conventionally, so no cooking is required!
These recipes fit into pint sized mason jars, which are perfect for enjoying your breakfast on-the-go. I also like to use wide-mouth jars for ease of use.
If you prefer warm oats, feel free to pop them in the microwave for 30 seconds to a minute.
Some of these recipes are already vegan and are labeled as such, but even if the recipe contains some animal products like dairy milk or yogurt, it’s super easy to adapt any non-vegan overnight oats recipe to suit your dietary needs.
Feel free to substitute any dairy products with your favorite non-dairy milk or vegan yogurt.
Also, if you’re eating gluten-free, remember to buy certified gluten-free oats, since regular oats can be contaminated.
When eating healthy, people often complain they don’t have enough time to prepare healthy meals, but overnight oats are definitely the exception.
It only takes about 15 minutes to make enough oats for a whole week, and with so many wonderful flavors to choose from, you’ll never get bored!
Smoothies are also a wonderful quick breakfast and snack option! Check out the following smoothie recipes to help you eat great for your most important meal of the day:
More tasty breakfast ideas:
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This healthy recipe contains almond milk, strawberry jam, fresh strawberries, and vanilla yogurt, though it would also taste great with non-dairy yogurt for a plant based option.
No more morning hangry for you with this hearty recipe featuring the comforting flavors of maple, brown sugar, and cinnamon – it’s like a healthy cinnamon bun!
Cold brew coffee is really popular right now, and you’ll find it at many coffee shops, grocery stores, and at chains like Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts.
In case you don’t know, cold brew coffee brewed in room temperature or cold water for 12 to 24 hours.
Fans of cold brew coffee like it because it’s smoother, less acidic, and more aromatic.
I’ve tried it and think it’s pretty good, but regular black hot coffee is still my beverage of choice. If you don’t have cold brew coffee, feel free to substitute regular.
This recipe is also vegan as long as you use a vegan protein powder. You can find my favorite brand of protein powder for a great price on Amazon!
For more great coffeehouse flavors, check out 35 Healthy Starbucks Copycat Drinks You Can Make At Home!
Do you enjoy the classic pairing of chocolate and coffee? Then, this overnight oat recipe is for you!
Betcha thought you’d never get to enjoy birthday cake batter and still stick to your healthy diet, but you actually can with these overnight oats with super healthy chia seeds, protein rich Greek yogurt, and super fun rainbow sprinkles!
Love peanut butter and chocolate together? You need to try this overnight oat recipe that tastes just like a healthy peanut butter cup!
Here’s a healthy take on coconut cream pie – definitely one of my favorites!
This recipe features coconut milk, toasted coconut flakes, and creamy coconut butter for an amazing sweet treat.
Here’s a healthier take on those crazy delicious (but also crazy fattening) Girl Scout cookies.
If you’re following a strictly plant based diet, be sure not to add the non-dairy creamer, which may be suitable for those who are lactose intolerant, but does actually contain some milk-derived ingredients.
Who doesn’t love lemon curd?!
Lemon Poppy Seed Overnight Oats boast rich and creamy lemon curd, lemon zest, poppy seeds, and vanilla yogurt for a healthy treat sure to satisfy your lemon dessert cravings.
Real carrot cake is a rich, high calorie dessert masquerading as sorta healthy with the addition of shredded carrots, but this Carrot Cake overnight oat recipe, really is good for you!
We used to serve Tres Leches cake at a restaurant where I worked as a cook, and it was divine!
Traditionally, dense vanilla cake is soaked in three kinds of milk, evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream, for the most decadent treat you could imagine!
These overnight oats contain almond milk and just 2 tablespoons each of evaporated and condensed milks for a slightly sinful treat that won’t wreck your diet.
This recipe is so delicious you’ll never believe how incredibly healthy it is with antioxidant rich cherries and dark chocolate and chia and flax seeds for a hearty dose of Omega-3’s.
If you are looking for a healthier version of your favorite candy bar, you can’t go wrong with Snickers overnight oats.
Satisfy your hunger with peanuts, protein powder, and caramel and chocolate sauces for sweet, salty, creamy trifecta.
Here’s another candy bar version for chocolate, almond, and coconut lovers!
These Decadent Overnight Oats are the perfect breakfast food or hearty snack to satisfy your sweet tooth the healthy way!
What do you think of these Amazingly Delicious Overnight Oats? Please share your thoughts in the comments, and find more healthy breakfast ideas at the links below!
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