Healthy Overnight Oats Recipes


Healthy overnight oats are the perfect on-the-go breakfast. These flavor and nutrient packed recipes are a great start to the day.

Just about every morning I eat eggs and oatmeal for breakfast. As you can imagine, I have gotten pretty adventurous in trying different ways of cooking those items and flavoring them.

In this post, I’ve rounded up 21 different flavors and recipes for overnight oats! I love these, because they are easy enough for anyone to throw together, super customizable, and oh so tasty!

So, if you’re someone who doesn’t have much time in the morning, try these recipes!

Note: For a lot of these recipes you can make them even lower calorie by using almond milk as a substitute for regular milk or adding Lakanto Monk Sugar as a sweetener!

Overnight Oat Recipes

Fruit Flavored Healthy Overnight Oats

1.Strawberry – Strawberries make these overnight oats extra sweet and delicious. And the best part is, they only take 5 minutes to prep!

Serving Size: 1/4 of the Recipe –> 270 calories, 5g fat, 40 g carbs, 17g protein

2. Blueberry – Look at that beautiful light purple color. These amazing blueberry overnight oats are the perfect breakfast for those mornings when you have no time to cook or want to take your breakfast with you!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 316 calories, 3g fat, 55g carbs, 8g protein

3. Raspberry – There’s nothing like thick, juicy raspberries! Enjoy raspberry overnight oats as a quick and easy breakfast on the go!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 487 calories, 16g fat, 70g carbs, 18g protein

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4. Mango – Whether you use fresh, in-season mango or opt for the frozen kind, these mango overnight oats are something anyone can love! They have a fresh, tropical flavor that is divine!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 260 calories, 5g fat, 43g carbs, 12g protein

5. Peach – If you’ve seen my peach grilled chicken salad or peach milkshake, you will know that I am obsessed with peaches. These creamy peach crisp overnight oats are like having dessert for breakfast!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 397 calories, 10g fat, 65g carbs, 13g protein

6. Banana – Bananas give you a thick creamy texture, which is why I love to use them in my protein ice cream recipes! And you get that same creaminess in these banana peanut butter overnight oats!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 470 calories, 19g fat, 56g carbs, 27g protein

7. Apple – Do you ever wish you could just have a slice of pie for breakfast? These oats taste just like apple pie and will satisfy any dessert craving you’re having!

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 311 calories, 7g fat, 51g carbs, 11g protein

8. Coconut – These coconut milk overnight oats are light, refreshing, and full of coconut flavor. Enjoy them on their own or serve them with your favorite fresh tropical fruits.

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 224 calories, 34 g carbs, and 6g protein

9. Cherry – For just 165 calories you can enjoy a whole serving of these cherry overnight oats. What’s not to love about that?!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 165 calories, 4g fat, 27g carbs, 4g protein

Other Flavor Combos

10. Vanilla – This simple vanilla overnight oats recipe is great for a nutritious breakfast on busy mornings. The lightly sweet vanilla flavor is perfect for all your favorite toppings! And if you want to include vanilla protein powder, check out my review of various protein powder brands.

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 342 calories, 8g fat, 52g carbs, 16g protein

11. Chocolate – Similar to the vanilla, this chocolate flavor provides a great base that is perfect for add ins or on its own!

Serving Size: 1/2 of the Recipe –> 362 calories , 9g fat, 60g carbs, 15g protein

12. S’mores Protein – This recipe uses zero calorie Walden Farms marshmallow dip along with graham cracker dust and Lily’s baking chips to give you a fire roasted s’mores flavor that will keep you coming back for more!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 237 calories, 6g fat, 37g carbs, 12g protein

13. Maple Brown Sugar – These maple brown sugar overnight oats make a cozy breakfast on a crisp fall or winter morning. Made with brown sugar, real maple syrup and cinnamon. Then topped with toasted pecans and walnuts.

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 368 calories, 9g fat, 61g carbs, 10g protein

14. Matcha – This overnight oats recipe is super easy to meal prep for a healthy, gluten-free breakfast-on-the-go full of plant-based protein from chia seeds & Greek yogurt!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 305 calories, 6g fat, 44g carbs, 18g protein

15. Cinnamon Roll – These creamy cinnamon roll overnight oats are easy to make with warm cinnamon and a healthy icing. Another similar option for cinnamon oatmeal in the morning are these cinnamon roll baked oatmeal squares.

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 321 calories, 6g fat, 58g carbs, 9g protein

16. Pistachio – Oats mixed with pistachios, brown sugar, honey and dark chocolate chips. Topped with a drizzle of chocolate and shredded coconut. So yummy!

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 489 calories, 17g fat, 75g carbs, 14g protein

17. Chocolate Peanut Butter – Make your mornings a breeze with a delicious batch of chocolate peanut butter overnight oats. Tastes like Reece’s but for breakfast!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 298 calories, 11g fat, 47g carbs, 21g protein

18. Tiramisu – This tiramisu overnight oats recipe is a healthy spin on the creamy tiramisu dessert. Made with a few simple ingredients this make-ahead breakfast is loaded in protein and fiber making it the best way to start your day!

Serving Size: 1/4 of the recipe –> 411 calories, 10g fat, 54g carbs, 20g protein

19. Carrot Cake – These healthy carrot cake overnight oats are such a delicious breakfast to wake up to. They are so simple to prepare – just combine your ingredients and refrigerate overnight. Add your favorite toppings, and enjoy.

Serving Size: 1/2 of the recipe –> 305 calories, 7g fat, 56g carbs, 8g protein

20. Almond Poppy Seed – This recipe uses sugar free powdered sugar to create a glaze that pairs perfectly with the creamy almond poppyseed flavor. And only 158 calories!

Serving Size: 1 bowl (The whole recipe) –> 158 calories, 7g fat, 20g carbs, 5g protein

21. Cookie Dough – Since I love cookie dough so much, I have actually made chocolate chip oatmeal before! But, I’ve never made this version of overnight oats. The substitutes I’d make for this recipe for an even lower calorie option are sugar free chocolate chips and almond milk!

Serving Size: 1/4 of the recipe –> 482 calories, 16g fat, 72g carbs, 16g protein

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