how to make overnight oats in a mason jar

ingredients you need to make it:

rolled oats Greek yogurt unsweetened almond milk vanilla extract cinnamon sweetener of choice (honey, maple syrup, agave, coconut nectar or stevia) optional extra toppings: fresh fruit nut butter chocolate chips coconut flakes nuts & seeds

Overnight oats are a great breakfast option & you can prep them days in advance. Just mix up the ingredients in a mason jar, let them sit in the fridge, and you’re done. No cooking needed! gluten-free refined sugar free easy to prep Customize the toppings for endless combinations & you'll have new flavors to try week after week!

reasons to love this recipe:

Add oats, yogurt, milk, vanilla, sweetener of choice, and cinnamon to a small lidded mason jar.


Mix until well combined, seal (or simply add your lid & shake up the jar).


Store your oats in the fridge, let the oats soak overnight or for at least 3-4 hours.


Then when ready to eat, add your choice of toppings! Here's some of my favorite easy topping combinations to try...


fun flavors to try:

Chunky Monkey – Banana slices, cashew butter, mini chocolate chips, cinnamon Tropical – mango, pineapple, coconut chips, slivered almonds PB + J – peanut butter, berry jelly, strawberries, hemp seeds Berry Cheesecake – blueberries, raspberries, almonds, ground flaxseed

tips for the best overnight oats:

Use rolled oats for the best texture, not instant or quick cooking oats. Steel cut oats will not work for this recipe. Add more milk to your oats if you find they've soaked up too much liquid or prefer a different texture. If you want to make a dairy-free version use a vegan yogurt instead of traditional Greek yogurt.

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