Blended Overnight Oats – 4 Ways

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Breakfast is served with these delicious and nutritious blended overnight oats! Blended overnight oats take your favorite way to eat oats and blends it all together to a super creamy texture. Add your favorite add-ins to make breakfast taste like dessert.

In this post, we’ll teach you how to make blended overnight oats plus share 4 delicious flavor combinations the whole family will love.

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If you know us, you know we’ve had a love affair with overnight oats for nearly a decade. It’s such an amazing breakfast that can be meal prepped for the week and eaten anywhere. Plus, they’re packed with whole grains and are an amazing source of protein.

So if you’re an overnight oats lover like us, you’re going to freaking lose it over these blended overnight oats. We’re sharing one amazing blended oats base recipe (that is delish on its own!) with 4 blended overnight oats recipes you’re absolutely going to love, including:

  • Peanut butter (a classic!)
  • Strawberry
  • Coconut
  • Fudgey

What are blended overnight oats?

Blended overnight oats take classic overnight oats ingredients like rolled or quick oats, chia seeds, Greek yogurt and almond milk and blends it all to a super creamy texture in a food processor. Store them in the fridge like you would traditional overnight oats, and enjoy for breakfast or a protein-packed snack.

What do blended overnight oats taste like?

They taste just like traditional overnight oats but boast a super creamy and smooth texture because the oats have been blended into a fine grind in a food processor.

why you’ll love these blended oats

  • One base recipe + 4 amazing flavor combos
  • Single-serve breakfast or sweet snack packed with whole grains
  • Super creamy and smooth texture

Ingredients for Blended Overnight Oats

The ingredients for the base of these blended overnight oats recipes are staple ingredients that you probably already have on hand (we’re not just saying that 😂).

Then, add in the ingredients for each of the flavor combinations to make peanut butter, strawberry, fudgey, or coconut overnight oats — or heck, whip up a batch of all 4 at once!

here’s a tip!

Make sure you have ALL the flavor combination ingredients and not just the base ingredients before you start making these blended overnight oats recipe if you’re planning to make all the flavor combinations!

For the base

This super simple base recipe for blended overnight oats tastes great on its own, or combined it with any of our 4 flavor combinations below for a burst of flavor. You need:

  • Oats: We’ve tested this recipe with both rolled oats and quick-cooking oats and they both work great. 
  • Chia seeds: Chia seeds are our secret weapon for thick blended overnight oats. As chia seeds sit in liquid, they expand and become gelatinous. DO NOT skip the chia!
  • Maple syrup: This is our preferred all-natural sweetener, but you can also use honey, agave or even brown sugar.
  • Almond milk: Feel free to use any kind of milk with this recipe. We prefer unsweetened almond milk, but cow, soy, oat, etc. work, too!
  • Greek yogurt: Not only does Greek yogurt add protein, but it will make your oats super creamy. Feel free to use a plant-based yogurt if you’re looking to keep things vegan.
A bowl of creamy oatmeal topped with peanut butter and chopped nuts. A gold spoon is partially submerged in the oatmeal. Other bowls of similarly prepared oatmeal surround it.

For the Peanut Butter

All you need to add to the base recipe is creamy peanut butter, and just like that you’ve got the perfect peanut butter blended overnight oats ready to enjoy:

  • All natural, creamy peanut butter
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For the Fudgey

Fudgey and super chocolate-y, this flavor combination is basically dessert for breakfast:

  • Cocoa powder 
  • Chocolate chips 
  • Almond milk
  • Maple syrup
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For the Strawberry

Sliced strawberries and maple syrup blend together for a delish combination that honestly rivals strawberry cheesecake:

  • Strawberries
  • Maple syrup
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for the Coconut

This coconut flavor combination tastes like coconut cream pie for breakfast 😀

  • Replace almond milk with coconut milk 
  • Vanilla extract
  • Unsweetened shredded coconut 
  • Maple syrup

How to Make Blended Overnight Oats

Making these blended overnight oats is as easy as 1-2-3:

  1. Place all of the ingredients for the base of the oats into a high-speed blender or food processor.
  2. Choose a flavor and add those ingredients in with the base ingredients. 
  3. Blend until smooth. Eat immediately or refrigerate for later 🤩
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Our Favorite


Looking to upgrade your blender? Check out our favorite Vitamix Blender. It’s our favorite high-speed blender perfect for making smoothies, soups, and nut butter.


The best way to store blended overnight oats is in a glass container in the refrigerator. You can either store one batch in a large meal-prep container, or you can store them individually (our favorite jars are these W&P jars) for an easy grab-and-go breakfast option.

How long do blended overnight oats last?

Blended overnight oats will last around 3-5 days in the fridge. If you’re using fruit, we recommend days and if you’re not using fruit, they will last 5 days.

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The W&P Porter Seal Tight Jar holds 16 oz. and is perfect for oats, soups, salad, etc.

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Blended Overnight Oats Recipe – 4 Ways

These blended overnight oats take traditional overnight oats to the next level by blending them to a super smooth and creamy consistency. We're sharing 4 of our favorite flavor combinations!
Prep: 20 minutes
Total: 20 minutes
Servings: 2
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  • 1 cup rolled oats or quick-cooking oats
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • 1.25 cups plain, unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/4 cup nonfat plain Greek yogurt

Peanut Butter Blended Overnight Oats

  • 2 tablespoons all-natural peanut butter + more for topping

Fudgey Blended Overnight Oats

  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder
  • 2 tablespoons chocolate chips, melted
  • ¼ cup almond milk
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup

Strawberry Blended Overnight Oats

Coconut Cream Pie Blended Overnight Oats


  • Place all of the ingredients for the base of the oats into a blender (oats, chia seeds, maple syrup, almond milk*, and Greek yogurt).
    Ingredients including chia seeds, oats, and a creamy liquid mixture in a blender container, viewed from above.
  • Choose a flavor and add those ingredients in with the base ingredients.
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  • Blend until smooth. Eat immediately or refrigerate overnight.
    Top-down view of four jars filled with different flavors of overnight oats, garnished with toppings like strawberries, chocolate, raspberries, nuts, and coconut flakes, arranged in a 2x2 grid.

Tips & Notes

  • Nutrition information is for the base ingredients only.
  • If you are making the coconut cream pie oats, substitute the almond milk with coconut milk in step #1).


Calories: 247 kcal, Carbohydrates: 38 g, Protein: 10 g, Fat: 6 g, Fiber: 7 g, Sugar: 7 g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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Emily is Fit Foodie Finds' editor-in-chief. She has a master's degree in strategic communication, and a passion for food. She is an incredible at-home cook making her writing an important part of the content creation process.

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