I’m constantly running late in the morning. No matter what I do, it seems like the clock is always working against me. Maybe that has something to do with the three times I hit the snooze button! I’ve been working on ways to streamline my morning process, like preparing lunch the night before and hopping in the shower before I head to bed. These healthy overnight oats recipes have been a real lifesaver because they guarantee I’ll eat a good breakfast, even if I’m running late.
All you need to make these deliciously portable breakfasts is a mason jar and a handful of ingredients. We got really creative with our overnight oats, looking for recipes that satisfy your sweet tooth and also don’t skimp on the nutrients. It’s really important to start your day out with a high-fiber, protein-packed dish, and none of these healthy overnight oats recipes disappoint!
Healthy Overnight Oats Recipes
A delicious combination of oats, coconut milk, and spices make these overnight oats taste just like French toast. That means your breakfast is not only healthy, but delicious, too!
This scrumptious breakfast from PureWow is simple, delicious, and loaded with nutrients & antioxidants. The 6 ingredients that you will find in this healthy recipe will provide you with the energy that you need to power through the day!
If you’re searching for a new & exciting recipe that will wake you up and keep you going, this is it! The combination of creamy coconut and zingy ginger will delight your taste buds and put some pep in your step!
These allergen-friendly overnight oats are super easy to make, and they taste delicious, too. Top them off with the fruit of your choice to add in a serving of fruits and vegetables.
All you need to do to make this healthy breakfast is combine the ingredients and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator. It doesn’t get easier than that!
I absolutely adore peaches when they’re in season. They’re sweet, they’re juicy, and they’re a great way to start your day!
Girl scout cookie-inspired oats for breakfast? Sign me up! This tasty breakfast has a ton of calcium, fiber, and protein to get your day going in the right direction.
I always wished I had time to make a hot breakfast before work, then I realized I could be using the slow cooker! This sweet and savory oatmeal cooks overnight and is ready to eat in the morning.
If you’ve never tried persimmons, this is the perfect recipe to give them a try. They’ll bring a bright, sweet, and juicy flavor to your morning meal.
Golden milk infuses milk with turmeric, a bright-yellow colored spice that is super good for your immune system. This easy breakfast will look beautiful, and it packs a high-protein punch, too.