Overnight Oats Recipe : VANILLA OVERNIGHT OATS

Overnight Oats Recipe : VANILLA OVERNIGHT OATS
Ever feel like you’re too busy in the morning to make time for breakfast? As a mom, mornings are usually pretty chaotic. We have a million things to do before we can get our kids and ourselves out the door. It’s easy to want to skip breakfast and just grab a coffee instead. But these quick these quick fixes only lead to energy crashes mid-afternoon. Well, luckily there's a great solution to this problem... overnight oats!  
Overnight oats are great because they can be batch prepped in advance and then stored in the fridge. They last a long time if you assemble them properly (I go through that in detail below). Plus, they're full of healthy nutritious ingredients you need at this time of day to increase energy.
If you've ever seen overnight oats at local markets or coffee shops, they usually sell for $8-$10. But if you make them at home, they will only cost you about $1-$2. I don't know about you, but I love a good budget-friendly meal.
These overnight oat recipes have quickly become a staple in my house. My husband loves them too! Keep reading to see how you can easily prep these for yourself.



> Prep ingredients the night before. Overnight oats are really easy to assemble. But you want to give the oats some time to fully soak up the milk and plain greek yogurt, and the best time to do that is the night before. 
> Eat overnight oats cold or hot. Most people prefer to eat their overnight oats cold - this is what makes them an easy on-the-go breakfast. This might take a bit of getting used to. So if you think that eating cold oats is just too weird, you can warm them up in the microwave. 
> Add your favorite toppings. Some toppings I recommend trying are berries, bananas, apples, oranges, nuts, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunbutter, shredded coconut, raisins, and anything else you feel like experimenting with.
> When you're ready to eat, stir it up and enjoy. Overnights are pretty straightforward to eat. Take a spoon and stir them up - then take a bite. They’re wonderfully satisfying and delicious.
> Make your overnight oats enjoyable for your own tastes. Once you try out a few recipes and learn what you like, start playing around with different combinations. These overnight oats are easily adaptable - try different fruits, nuts or seeds, don't be afraid to swap any ingredients out. Or if you want to add some superfoods like chia seeds or hemp seeds, go for it.
That's it! When you know these simple tips and tricks, you can easily make your own creations. To get you started, below are six delicious overnight oat recipes to try at home. Feel free to swap out ingredients for a different one if there's something you like better. Like I said earlier, these oats recipes are really forgiving - it doesn't matter what you use, they'll still taste great.



  • 1/2 cup old fashioned rolled oats
  • 1/3 cup plain greek yogurt
  • 1/2 cup milk (dairy or dairy-free alternative)
  • 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 1 Tbsp maple syrup
  • pinch of sea salt
Vanilla overnight oats are a classic simple flavor. To make your overnight oats, simply combine all ingredients in a bowl and pour into a mason jar. Let sit in the fridge overnight, then add your favorite toppings in the morning before you eat.

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