Got 5 minutes? Whip up these delicious coconut latte vegan overnight oats for an easy, fiber-filled breakfast that are oh-so-delish!
This overnight oatmeal recipe only requires 5 simple and healthy ingredients to make and this breakfast that will have you full all morning long.
What’s better than a big bowl of oatmeal and a latte? NOTHING.
I am deeply in love with this Coconut Latte Overnight Oatmeal recipe. It’s made with 5 total ingredients that are all gluten-free and good for you. There are two secret ingredients in this overnight oat recipe that makes it a coconut latte: 1. coconut milk and 2. brewed coffee! Mix the two together and you get a coconut latte. Get in my belly.
Here’s what you need:
- Rolled oats
- Lite coconut milk
- Brewed coffee
- Maple syrup
- Ground cinnamon
We topped our oats with some coconut whipped cream. We love THIS recipe by Minimalist Baker, but you can also make a simpler and healthier coconut whip cream by whipping the solid part of full-fat coconut milk with some maple syrup.
- Place all ingredients into medium-size glass tupperware and mix.
- Cover and transfer the tupperware into the fridge for at least 2 hours or overnight.
- Top with more coconut cream, shredded toasted coconut, and cinnamon. Enjoy!
Tips & Notes
- This recipe was originally published on 4/2/2015 and was revised on 4/12/2018.
Nutrition FactsServing Size: 1/2 Calories: 261 Sugar: 14 Fat: 8 Carbohydrates: 43 Fiber: 4 Protein: 5
Keywords: coconut overnight oats
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