Apple Pie Overnight Oatmeal

This Apple Pie Overnight Oatmeal will have you eating dessert for breakfast, while getting a serving of whole grains and tons of protein. Prepare the night before and you have an easy breakfast waiting for you in the morning!

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I got an email last week from a blog reader letting me know that the breakfast recipes I have on FFF has changed their life. Before they found FFF, they didn’t eat breakfast, but now it’s an important part of their day.

Uhhhh this was like the best email to wake up to EVER. 

1. I love getting emails from readers. 


Especially if it’s overnight oats.

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This base of this recipe is super simple and only takes like 5 minutes to mix together.

  • Oats
  • Apple Sauce
  • Greek Yogurt
  • Cinnamon
  • Almond Milk

You know me, I am all about mixing hot and cold foods. So to make this recipe even more spectacular, I caramelized some apple pieces in coconut oil and coconut sugar. Tha best.

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This step is ABSOLUTELY necessary.

Don’t gyp yourself here, people. 

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You could even do this the night before. Throw em in a tupperware and then reheat it in the morning, so that you get that hot/cold mixture.Apple Pie Overnight Oatmeal |

Gosh I’m pumped for apple season (or inexpensive apple prices!) In Minnesota we have local apples all year round, but that’s because they have this crazy way to store them all year round. I learned about this 3 years ago at an Apple Fest Blogger Event I was invited to! 

Oh em gee, I can’t believe that was 3 years ago.

Anyways- this is what I wrote in that post about apple storage : “The most interesting fact I learned from the farmer was about apple storage.Apples are able to be put in storage with a controlled climate and atmospheric makeup, so that they stay good for up to 8 months! This is why we have local apples all year round!”


Apple Pie Overnight Oatmeal | 

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Apple Pie Overnight Oats
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Serves: 2 servings
For the Overnight Oats
  • 1 cup quick cooking oats
  • 1 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
  • ¼ cup almond milk
  • ¼ cup apple sauce
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
For the Caramelized Apple Topping
  • 1 large apple
  • ½ tablespoon coconut oil
  • ½ tablespoon coconut sugar
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
For the Overnight Oats
  1. Mix all ingredients together in a medium-sized tupperware. Place in refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight.
For the Caramelized Apple Topping
  1. First, chop apple into bite-sized pieces.
  2. Then, in a sauce pan. Heat ½ tablespoon coconut oil. Place the apples on top and add coconut sugar and cinnamon. Sautee on medium/high heat for about 5 minutes or until the apples turn golden brown and begin to soften.

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Let’s talk breakfast- do you eat it? What is your ALL TIME FAVORITE breakfast? 

If you had to turn any kind of dessert into breakfast, what would be be?

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  1. says

    You totally copycatted me with an oatmeal recipe today….I’m telling my mum. Just kidding, I’m telling Margie (davici’s mum).

    I’m going to eat my words and say one of my favourite breakfasts is cold pizza. Legit.

  2. says

    I eat breakfast everyday!! When I’m not hungry yet, I just wait an hour or so until I am and have my big beloved breakfast then (if my schedule allows that)
    My favourite breakfast for the last couple of weeks (or months already?) is omelette! Stuffed with cheese, and sometimes veggies, spinach or ham, with a side of a biiig salad. I like to switch up the seasonings every time so I don’t get bored. Curry, paprika, cumin, different herbs, you name it. I yet have to try a sweet omelette. Too bad I can’t put cheese in that one though!

    • says

      You’re like a mini chef. You should move into my place so you can make me your yumminess. Do you use the whole egg or are you an egg white omelette kind of girl?

      • says

        Oh yes, let’s cook for each other in return :-) I cook for myself every day, sometimes twice (breakfast and lunch/dinner). I am totally a whole egg girl and promote this 100%!! Usually I use 2 eggs in an omelette, somtimes even 3, depending on the other ingredients that I have. Liquid egg whites in cartons are not common here, and I wouldn’t ever waste an egg yolk! (Like I try not to waste any food)

  3. Stacy says

    Oh. M. Gee. I LOVE BREAKFAST! It’s my favorite meal of the day. I’m a big breakfast sammy person. Fried egg, bacon, tomato, avocado…. So savory, so yummy.

  4. says

    I LOVE breakfast! Lately I’ve been making smoothies for breakfast because they’re easiest to take to work with me, but sometimes I do take oatmeal and this sounds like a perfect one to bring. Those caramelized apples look to die for!

  5. Kim says

    Thank you Lee for this apple pie OO recipe! Yum! I’m going to make for my Wednesday morning breakfast My fav breakfast lately is actually OO!
    And I do beleive breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Seriously, I never skip breakfast, usually always OO or egg scrambles, waffles or pancakes on the weekends.
    I’m a new blog reader from MN to your site & now it’s one I read every single day! Keep up the good work!

  6. says

    I know what I’m making for b-fast tomorrow! OO are the BEST.

    Breakfast is absolutely my favorite meal of the day. It is literally the reason I get out of bed in the morning…because I am THAT excited to eat. I usually make the same thing everyday – six egg whites, whole wheat english muffin with almond butter – but on the weekend I spice it up with pancakes, french toast, and fried eggs. Adding this to the rotation. Thanks!

  7. says

    Breakfast…um, only my FAVORITE meal of the day! There are so many good options that I don’t really know what to choose as a favorite! Recently, though, I’ve been loving banana ice cream with homemade seedy granola. Delicious….

    If I could make a dessert into breakfast, it would definitely be chocolate cake. Or banana bread. I’m pretty open minded (and open mouthed). 😉

  8. says

    fantastic! definitely gonna try and review this on my blog. Would be helpful to many if you included macros and calorie count for those of us who keep track :)

  9. says

    I’ve tried apple pie oats before and they were kinda nasty- probs because I didn’t add applesauce (love that idea!) or caramelize my apples! I have an oatmeal recipe going up tomorrow.. I feel like a cheater posting oatmeal recipes since they’re so basic. lol. But dis looks so yummeh.
    I’ve heard about that way of preserving apples! I hear that’s what Walmart does to keep them year round :)

  10. says

    I just tried overnight oatmeal for the first time a couple weeks ago. Totally made it a bit different, but was still impressed. It’s nice cause it’s just ready for ya in the morning! I love how in this recipe you used yogurt and how you caramelize those apples in coconut oil. Sounds dreamy! Crazy apples can be stored in the proper conditions for that long. Are we one of the only states that has apples all year round? I totally thought everyone did lol! Need to try this! What apple orchard in the cities so you like best?! Thanks Lee :)

    • says

      I’m honestly not sure. Maybe we just pride having apples year round because it’s like the north pole here for 6 months out of the year 😀 Totally try OO with yogurt. It will change your life.

  11. Christina says

    Just want to say that I love your blog! I found it a couple weeks ago and we’ve already tried several recipes. So I have this prepped for tomorrow but was wondering if the oatmeal can be heated up–or is that weird with the yogurt? Just wanted to check because my husband is picky about food temps and textures.



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