These make-ahead overnight oats recipes will increase your morning efficiency and leave you feeling like you’re having dessert for breakfast! Soaked oats are also easier for your body to digest.
Pro tip: If you’re going to instagram your breakfast, a mason jar with a few chocolate chips or pieces of fruit strewn artfully seems to be the way to go…
Okay, so this recipe had to be first on the list because who doesn’t want to feel like they’re eating moose tracks ice cream for breakfast? I mean, it is only the very best flavour ever. And someone has managed to make this recipe healthy; so, best of both worlds achieved.
Here’s another recipe for the dessert lovers out there. With oats, unsweetened apple sauce and greek yogurt, it tastes like a treat but is secretly really healthy.
If you’re not familiar with chia seeds, prepare to be amazed at how much these teeny little things increase in size when they’re soaked overnight. Soaked or not, they pack a fibre punch.
Peanut butter and jelly, the childhood classic, but the healthy, adult oatmeal version.
Remember those chocolate oranges that you smack on a countertop and break into divisible pieces? That’s what this oatmeal tastes like, except more protein, fibre and vitamin C.
Did you know that cocoa powder contains antioxidants and some scientists even believe it may have the ability to act as a natural antidepressant? While we don’t think a chocolate bar for breakfast is a good idea, there certainly is an argument for cocoa in your oats!
This recipe is a great base for those who want to experiment with creating their own flavours.
Don’t feel the need to restrict this thanksgiving classic to the fall season (though if you’re planning on grabbing a pumpkin spice latte later, maybe save this breakfast for a different day!).
This is a must-try for the coffee lovers out there. Bet you’ve never made your oatmeal with coffee!
Just like the pumpkin-pie oats need not be restricted to the fall, don’t feel like this breakfast is only for the holiday season! Adding protein powder to your oats is an easy way to boost your morning protein intake if you’re not a shake person.