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Peach Overnight Oats

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Prep Time: 5 mins    Cook Time: 0 mins

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If you’re tired of the same breakfast every morning, try peach overnight oats. This will definitely start your day just right! Paired with a cup of coffee, this makes a filling and hearty breakfast.

A glass gar full of peach overnight oats.
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The great thing about this recipe is you literally only have to add the ingredients to a jar and leave it overnight - that’s all! I can’t think of anything easier.

This oat and peach-based breakfast has a similar flavor to old-fashioned peach pie, offering hints of vanilla and cinnamon. It’s gluten-free too. Have you ever made an overnight oats recipe before? If so, try this peach-based one for a change tomorrow morning. If not, well, you are in for a real treat!

Extra peaches? No problem! These peach cupcakes are always a great option you can't go wrong with. Or how about this peach cobbler for two if you're looking for something a little more romantic?

Main Ingredients

The ingredients to make peach overnight oats laid out on a table.

This wonderful breakfast is a simple combination of basic ingredients. You probably already have most or all of these on hand. Here are the main ingredients in this peach overnight oats recipe.

  • Peaches: Canned peaches are ideal for this recipe since their soft texture goes nicely with the other ingredients. If you have fresh peaches to use up, those would also be great. Peeling them first is optional. Another idea would be to use nectarines or in fact any soft fruit or berries.
  • Rolled oats: Oats are a staple in many breakfast recipes, such as oatmeal and flapjacks. Here they not only add flavor but also make the dish more satisfying and help keep you full for longer. These might be labeled as rolled oats or old-fashioned oats.
  • Chia seeds: These crunchy little seeds are a powerhouse of nutrition, offering fiber, antioxidants, and important minerals. If you don’t have any, use sesame seeds instead, or simply leave them out.
  • Milk: You can use any kind of milk in this recipe; dairy, soy, almond, coconut, or rice milk. My favorite is vanilla almond milk.
  • Vanilla: Vanilla seems to go with all fruit-based recipes! It’s especially good with peaches. If you’re using vanilla almond milk though, you might prefer to leave it out. If not, treat yourself and add an extra squirt!

Instructions Overview

This is one of the easiest breakfast recipes I have ever made! Really, it takes longer to make toast than it does to prepare this.

You need to grab all your ingredients; oats, chia seeds, peaches, vanilla, salt milk, and cinnamon. Now find a mason jar or another food container that seals and add the ingredients to it. Stir well then refrigerate overnight.

That’s it! See how straightforward this recipe is? You can experiment with other kinds of fruit, milk, and flavorings afterward. Once you have made this easy breakfast recipe once you will definitely want to make it again and again. It’s a keeper!

Overnight oats in a glass with a spoon in it.

Common Questions

Can I make overnight oats ahead?

You will need to make this recipe at least 8 hours before eating it. This gives the oats and chia seeds enough time to combine with the milk and soften. It also gives the flavors time to blend.

Can I freeze this breakfast recipe?

It can be frozen for up to 3 months. If you want to make more and freeze it, keep each one in a separate container and pop it in the refrigerator the night before eating it.

How do I store it?

You can keep this pudding in the refrigerator for up to 5 days, so it’s worth investing in a set of 5 mason jars and meal-prepping for the week ahead!

What should I serve with this?

Since it’s a breakfast recipe, I’d suggest a cup of coffee and maybe a glass of orange juice. If you’re having it for brunch, what about some bacon and eggs on the side too?

An overhead shot of a glass of peach overnight oats.

Chopnotch Tips

  • The sweetness of the peach means you don’t have to sweeten this recipe. If you do want to though, just stir in some sugar, honey, or your preferred sweetener.
  • If you freeze this, leave it in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. Still a bit frozen in the middle? Give it 10 minutes on the countertop and it should be fine.
  • Experiment with different fruits (pear, nectarine, raspberries, etc.) and kinds of milk (almond milk, soy milk, whole milk, etc.) to find out which you like best.
Peach overnight oats close up.

Peach overnight oats are a great breakfast option for the whole family, kids included. They make a satisfying meal and are jam-packed with nutrients.

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Recipe

How to Make

Peach Overnight Oats

A hearty and delicious breakfast dessert. This recipe is rich in nutrients and it takes less than 5 minutes to make.
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Prep Time: 5 mins
Cook Time: 0 mins
Total Time: 5 mins
Servings: 1 jar

Ingredients

  • ¾ cup rolled oats
  • 14.5 ounces peaches, sliced in light syrup, drained, and chopped
  • 1 tablespoon chia seeds
  • ½ teaspoon ground cinnamon
  • 1 ½ cups milk, your milk of choice
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
  • teaspoon salt
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Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients into a glass mason jar or any sealed food container and mix together thoroughly.
  • Place mixture in the refrigerator overnight and then enjoy the following morning!
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Notes

  • The sweetness of the peach means you don’t have to sweeten this recipe. If you do want to though, just stir in some sugar, honey, or your preferred sweetener.
  • If you freeze this, leave it in the refrigerator overnight to thaw. Still a bit frozen in the middle? Give it 10 minutes on the countertop and it should be fine.
  • Experiment with different fruits (pear, nectarine, raspberries, etc.) and kinds of milk (almond milk, soy milk, whole milk, etc.) to find out which you like best.

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 680kcal (34%), Carbohydrates: 104g (35%), Protein: 25g (50%), Fat: 21g (32%), Saturated Fat: 8g (50%), Trans Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 37mg (12%), Sodium: 454mg (20%), Potassium: 1540mg (44%), Fiber: 17g (71%), Sugar: 54g (60%), Vitamin A: 1942IU (39%), Vitamin C: 27mg (33%), Calcium: 556mg (56%), Iron: 5mg (28%)
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