Overnight Oats Recipe 3 Ways! 1. Peanut Butter Honey Banana 2. Blueberry Greek Yogurt (no banana) 3. Vegan Strawberry Banana. All healthy, easy & delicious!
Hallelujah spring is FINALLY here!!!! This past weekend was actually HOT. Although Trevor and I worked a lot, we did make sure we spent plenty of time outside. Saturday morning was spent at the farmers market, where I only wore a light jacket and wasn’t even cold a little bit 😉 That afternoon we took Teddy for a walk, and then spent the evening eating dinner outside.
It was spring perfection.
Sunday morning was also warm, so I was super happy that Saturday afternoon I made not one, not two, but THREE different versions of Overnight Oats.
Although I love overnight oats all year round, I especially love them for warm spring mornings, when the last thing I want is something hot.
Since it seems like spring is finally here to stay (everyone, lets cross our fingers), I thought today would be the perfect day to share three of my favorite overnight oats recipes: peanut butter honey, blueberry (no banana for banana haterz), and a vegan strawberry banana.
I had a lot of fun with today’s overnight oats recipe and I honestly can’t decide which one is my favorite.
I love the peanut butter honey version, because it’s healthy enough for breakfast, but decadent enough for dessert. I actually based it off of my peanut butter honey banana bread.
I love the blueberry version, because it’s a no banana version! I’ve been doing a lot of overnight oats research and I seems like every recipe I find includes bananas. While that’s not a problem for me, sometimes, you just don’t like or want bananas in your oats! If you’re a banana hater, you’d also love my no banana berry green smoothie.
Lastly, I love the vegan strawberry banana version. This one was Trevor’s favorite, which really surprised me, because #1 He LOVES peanut butter and #2 He LOVES blueberry things. Which side note: I just found out this weekend that Trevor would rather have a blueberry muffin over a chocolate chip muffin.
Who is this man? 😉
Anyway, I love the vegan strawberry banana version, and it’s also a great option for you readers who are vegan!
The best part, though, is that they’re all super simple to make.
Let’s start with the peanut butter honey overnight oats:
Oh holy yumminess, I ♡ these.
Stir together oats, skim milk, non fat plain greek yogurt, peanut butter, honey, a pinch of salt, cinnamon, and banana and you’ve got yourself a decadent, but still totally healthy option for breakfast. Cover and store in the fridge overnight. In the morning top with honey roasted peanuts and dried banana chips for some crunch, maybe an extra dash of cinnamon, and I wouldn’t judge you if you drizzle some extra peanut butter either. 😉
Next up, the blueberry overnight oats:
This one is probably MY favorite.
This version is a little different from the other two, because they’re not quite as thick. These blueberry overnight oats are perfect who like their oatmeal a little soupier.
This version is also a little different, because there’s NO banana and we’re combining skim milk, blueberry greek yogurt, salt, and blueberries into our Vitamix. Blend until smooth and then stir together with old fashioned oats. I did this, because I wanted the oats to take on that gorgeous purple blueberry color.
Again, you’ll throw these in the fridge overnight and in the morning, you’ll top them with more fresh blueberries, crunchy granola, and unsweetened flaked coconut (We ♡ the Bob’s Red Mill variety).
Last, but certainly not least, the vegan strawberry banana overnight oats:
This version was intended for our vegan friends, but honestly, whether you’re vegan or not, you’re gonna love ’em. These vegan strawberry banana overnight oats IMO are the most fresh and summery tasting.
All you’re gonna do is mix together oats, unsweetened almond milk, salt, banana, diced strawberries, and a touch of agave together. Throw ’em in the fridge and the next morning, top them with more fresh strawberries, bananas, and sliced almonds.
Whatever version you chose: peanut butter honey, blueberry, or vegan strawberry, there’s definitely an overnight oats recipe for you! They’re all incredibly easy to make, creamy, healthy, and delicious!
The perfect cool breakfast or snack for hot spring and summer days!
What other flavors of overnight oats would you like to see on the blog? Show me the yummy!
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