Overnight Oats Recipes in Celebration of National Oatmeal Month

One of the fastest breakfasts to throw together, these overnight oats recipes can serve as a base for any ideas you may have. It’s so easy to combine the ingredients, mix in a liquid of your choice, add your favorite fruit and done. Refrigerate overnight and wake up to a hearty meal that is ready to go as is, or toss it in a saucepan and warm it up.

Basic simple overnight oats in weck jar topped with eastern shore honey and fresh berries on marble table with raw ingredients, fresh-picked blueberries, milk pitcher with napkin and fresh cut hydrangeas

We like to mix everything together and store it, overnight and in the refrigerator, in a mason jar. This makes it so easy to grab and go in the morning.

One step we were recently introduced to is the idea of heating the chilled oats up in the morning. If you’d prefer a hot breakfast on a cold day, this is a great thing to do! Just combine the ingredients as you normally would (with the exception of fruit or chocolate, which you can add after you heat the oats up), pour into a pan, and gently warm up. It’s as simple as 1 2 3!

Enjoy these Easy Overnight Oats Recipes

We’ve come up with a lot of easy overnight oats recipes for you to enjoy. These are the easiest to whip up-just toss the ingredients together, and allow to sit in the refrigerator overnight! By morning, they’ll be ready to eat.

Simple Overnight Oats are the best place to get started. They’re easily customizable and you can just throw them together the night before. No more struggling to eat breakfast in the morning!

Simple overnight oats in weck jar topped with eastern shore honey and fresh berries on marble table with raw ingredients, fresh-picked blueberries, milk pitcher with napkin and fresh cut lavender.

Simple Overnight Oats

With our Simple Overnight Oats recipe, you can mix together a few ingredients for a hearty breakfast the night before to save you time in the morning just grab and go, right from your fridge.

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For something sweet and protein-packed, try our Berry Nutty Overnight Oats. They’re just as easy as the recipe above, but they have a crunchy add-in that adds even more nutrients to the mix.

Berry Nutty Overnight Oats on striped towel with silver spoon

Berry Nutty Overnight Oats

This recipe is a great idea for the summer time! You don’t need to turn on your stovetop to cook the oats, so your kitchen will stay nice and cool. Refrigerating the oats overnight will blend the flavors of the ingredients together so come morning, you will have a sweet and nutritious treat.

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For candy fans, we crafted a Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe that has…chocolate! Dark chocolate is packed with antioxidants and is fairly low in calories, so adding a little into your breakfast doesn’t hurt your diet. Who doesn’t love the pairing of chocolate and peanut butter?

Overnight Peanut Butter Oats

Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats

These Overnight Peanut Butter Oats are as pleasing as a best-selling Ben and Jerry's ice cream without all the guilt! PLUS as an added bonus, they are easy to make!

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Speaking of chocolate, you’re in for a treat! Packed with even more cocoa, our Chocolate Overnight Oats are so yummy and still great for you.

The great thing about this Chocolate Honey Overnight Oats recipe, is you can start this process the night before. Pour the ingredients together the night before and that way when you wake up in the morning, at least one thing is already done!

Chocolate Overnight Oats

These Chocolate Overnight Oats are made with honey and they are the perfect start to your day.

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Fans of berries will love our Strawberry Overnight Oats. They’re fruity but not too sweet, and you can easily add or subtract whatever berries you like.

Strawberry Overnight Oats

Strawberry Overnight Oats

Oatmeal is a staple breakfast food-this Strawberry Overnight Oats recipe is easy, fast, delicious, and healthy.

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Chia seeds are rich in fiber, omega 3’s and even some protein. The truth is, you won’t really notice them in this Chia Seed Overnight Oats recipe.

Eastern Shore Overnight Oats on a blue napkin accompanied by raw honey in glass with honey dipper on wooden tabletop

Chia Seed Overnight Oats

This quick chia seed overnight oats recipe is easy to make for breakfast and perfect if you are on-the-go. With everything else, and all the other morning tasks who has time to put make a nutritious breakfast anymore? The answer is, you do.

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For more inspiration on how you can use oats in the kitchen, follow our blog throughout January-we’ll be posting more on the wonderful grain for the whole month!

If you decide to try these fantastic recipes, be sure to take a photo and share them with us using #waxingkararecipes on Instagram. We love seeing your photos!

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