Overnight Oats Recipes in Celebration of National Oatmeal Month

Overnight Oats Recipes in Celebration of National Oatmeal Month

Overnight oats are a convenient and tasty breakfast option that can be customized to your liking. All you need to do is combine the ingredients, add milk (or a dairy-free milk alternative), and toss in your favorite fruit. Leave it in the refrigerator overnight, then enjoy it cold or heated up in the morning. It's ready in a flash and perfect for busy mornings.

To make our overnight oats even more convenient, we mix everything in a mason jar and store it in the fridge overnight. This makes it easy to grab on our way out the door in the morning.

One step we were recently introduced to is heating the chilled oats in the morning. If you'd prefer a hot breakfast on a cold day, this is a great thing to do! Just combine the ingredients as you usually would (with the exception of fruit or chocolate, which you can add after you heat the oats), pour into a pan, and gently warm up. It's as simple as 1 2 3!

Warm Peach Oatmeal served with fresh peach slices and eastern shore honey with milk pitcher and side of nuts. Candle burning. Napkins and placemats and raw ingredients on the table with hot tea and bouquet of flowers
Warm Peach Oatmeal

Enjoy these Easy Overnight Oats Recipes

We've come up with many easy overnight oats recipes for you to enjoy. These are the easiest to whip up-just toss the ingredients together and allow them to sit in the refrigerator overnight! By morning, they'll be ready to eat.

Basic simple overnight oats in weck jar topped with eastern shore honey and fresh berries on marble table with raw ingredients, fresh-picked blueberries, milk pitcher with napkin and fresh cut hydrangeas
Simple Overnight Oats

Simple Overnight Oats are the best place to get started. They're easily customizable, and you can mix them the night before. No more struggling to eat breakfast in the morning!

For something sweet and protein-packed, try our Berry Nutty Overnight Oats. They're just as easy as the recipe above, but they have a crunchy add-in that adds even more nutrients to the mix.

For candy fans, we crafted a Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe that has...chocolate! Dark chocolate is packed with antioxidants and is relatively low in calories, so adding a little to your breakfast doesn't hurt your diet. Who doesn't love the pairing of chocolate and peanut butter?

Chocolate Overnight Oats

Speaking of chocolate, you're in for a treat! Packed with even more cocoa, our Chocolate Overnight Oats are so yummy and still great for you.

Fans of berries will love our Strawberry Overnight Oats. They're fruity but not too sweet, and you can easily add or subtract whatever berries you like.

Chia seeds are rich in fiber, omega 3's, and protein. The truth is, you won't notice them in this Chia Seed Overnight Oats recipe.

For more inspiration on how you can use oats in the kitchen, follow our blog throughout January-we'll be posting more on the wonderful grain for the whole month!