Overnight oats is a delicious time-saving breakfast. Here’s 5 different ways that Team Fit Foodie tops their overnight oats + their go-to vanilla bean overnight oat recipe!
Linley and I were chatting the other day. Wait, let me get that right…we were singing back and forth because we thought it would be legit if people only sang to each other instead of talking…when we came to a realization. We have NEVER shared our go-to overnight oat recipe that we make at least once a week. We have so many amazing OO variations on FFF, but have never shared our plain Jane, “what we make all the time” variation.
Some people may think it’s boring to eat the same thing for breakfast every day, but NOT SO FAST. We may eat the same base…but we change up the toppings. We’re women…we can be in the mood for something VERY different than the day before. So what did we do for this post? First, we made a HUGE plate of our favorite toppings and then went to town on some combinations.
My fav? Anything with peanut butter, duh. I also really LOVE the blueberry + granola + honey combo. SWOON.
Really quick before we go cray with toppings…I PRESENT YOU: OUR GO-TO OO RECIPE.
You can see the vanilla bean specs FOR GOSH SAKES.
- Place all ingredients into a bowl and mix until combined. Place in the refrigerator, covered, for at least 2 hours or overnight. Serve cold.
**It should stay good refrigerated for up to 3-4 days.
**Depending on how thick you like your overnight oats, you may add a splash of almond milk before serving.
**Nutrition facts are without the toppings.
Wondering what jar I used? These Le Parfait Familia Wiss Tarines from Sur la Table in the 12.2 oz size!
Ok so here’s some topping combinations that we like to add to our rotation:
PB + Banana + Dark Chocolate
Coconut Cream + Berries
Apples + Cinnamon
Pecans + Maple Syrup + Pepitas
Granola + Honey
EAT ALL THE OO.