6 Overnight Oatmeal Recipes You Will Love

6 Overnight Oatmeal Recipes You Will Love

If your mornings are hectic, you might think it’s practically impossible to make a healthy breakfast. It might feel that way sometimes (kids! pets! workouts! nothing to wear!), but if you make your breakfast the night before, you’ll have a nutritious and tasty meal waiting for you first thing in the morning.

One of our favorite make-ahead breakfasts is overnight oats. Never tried them before? Well, you’re in for a treat. You might be used to making your oatmeal on the stove top or in the microwave, but soaking them overnight makes them just as smooth and creamy as traditional methods. You can even make multiple batches ahead of time, so all you have to do is open the fridge and grab a spoon in the morning. That said, here are 6 incredibly delicious overnight oatmeal recipes that you will love!

6 Overnight Oat Recipes You Will Love

Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats: There’s nothing better than combining peanut butter with banana! And the combo tastes even better when mixed together in this overnight oats recipe.

Overnight Blueberry Almond Oats: This recipe is an easy and healthy way to start the day. Made with simple ingredients (you probably have most of them in your kitchen right now), including Greek yogurt, these oats will satisfy both your taste buds and stomach!

Skinny Overnight Oats in a Jar: For less than 250 calories per serving, this recipe for Skinny Overnight Oats in a Jar (from Skinnytaste) is a hearty breakfast packed with fiber, vitamins, and nutrients. And, the best part, you make it in a jar!

Carrot Cake Overnight Protein Oatmeal: Love carrot cake and want to incorporate some serious protein into your breakfast? Well, look no further. This recipe is for you!

Salted Caramel Overnight Oats: Dessert for breakfast? Sort of. But, you won’t wreck your diet with this recipe. It’s actually quite healthy for something with salted caramel flavor!

Overnight, Slow Cooker, Cherry Almond Steel-Cut Oatmeal: These oats are made overnight in your slow cooker instead of in your fridge, but they’re just as easy to make and perfect if you prefer your oatmeal warm.

~Enjoy! The KFIT Team