Overnight oats is our favorite healthy breakfast idea that can be prepared ahead of time and last the entire week. They’re whole grain and packed with fiber!
In this post, we’ll show you how to make overnight oats, answer overnight oatmeal FAQs, give you a basic overnight oats recipe, and share 8 of our favorite overnight oats recipes!
We love Overnight Oats!
Here at Fit Foodie Finds we absolutely adore overnight oats (and oatmeal in general!). Some of the very first recipes that we ever posted on FFF were overnight oatmeal recipes…and that dates back to 2010! They never get old and they’re so delicious I could eat them for dessert.
There are also so many different flavor combinations and topping ideas that you could almost eat a different variation of overnight oats 365 days a year!
Today we’re sharing 8 of our favorite overnight oat recipes + the down low on this magical breakfast in general. We get so many comments and questions about our overnight oats that we thought we’d lay it all out in one post.
What are Overnight Oats?
First things first. What are overnight oats and why are we obsessed? Overnight oats is a no-cook oatmeal method where you soak oatmeal in milk. Instead of having to cook your oats, you can actually eat them raw by soaking them in milk or water for at least 2 hours or overnight.
After a few hours, the texture of the oats becomes soft and chewy and is quite similar to classic oatmeal. BUT, there is one caveat > you eat overnight oats cold and it…