Ever since coming across overnight oats, I have been obsessed. There are just so many flavor possibilities and letting the oats sit overnight allows the flavors to intensify. Today I have two cheesecake inspired overnight oat recipes. The first is blueberry cheesecake. Not only is it delicious but doesn’t it just look gorgeous? Almost too pretty to eat. Almost.
This blueberry cheesecake overnight oats tastes like dessert. So good that it feels like you’re cheating on your diet. But it’s made with healthy ingredients so you can eat it all guilt-free.
Blueberry cheesecake overnight oats – can be made gluten free if you sub GF oats like Bob’s Red Mill and can be made dairy free and vegan if you sub dairy free milk and yogurt.
– 1/4 cup oats
– 1 tbsp chia
– 1/3 cup milk of choice (I used almond milk)
– 1/4 cup blueberries (if using frozen, make sure to thaw prior to using)
– 1/8 cup greek yogurt
– 2 tbsp milk of choice (i used almond milk again)
Combine the first 3 ingredients to make you base layer. In a separate bowl combine the last 3 ingredients and swirl into your base layer. Let sit overnight. Top with more blueberries in morning.
Is there anything better than chocolate for breakfast? Maybe it’s just me but my mornings are infinitely better when chocolate is involved. Even more so when it’s guilt-free chocolate.
Chocolate covered raspberry overnight oats – can be made gluten free if using GF oats. Can also be made dairy free and vegan if subbing almond milk, dairy free yogurt, and a vegan chocolate protein powder.
– 1/4 cup oats
– 1/3 cup milk of choice
– 1 tbsp chia seeds
– 1/4 cup greek yogurt
– 2 tbsp milk of choice
– 1/2 scoop (or 2 large spoonfulls) chocolate protein powder (or sub baking cocoa but be sure to add extra sweetener if you go this route)
– splash almond extract
– 1/4 cup raspberries
1) in one bowl, combine first 3 ingredients and set aside.
2) In a second bowl, combine your greek yogurt and milk until smooth and creamy. add the almond extract and protein powder and mix well. add half of this mixture to your first bowl.
3) heat your raspberries in another bowl until they soften. add the raspberries (be sure to save some to for topping) to your second bowl. mix well and add to your first bowl. top it off with a few raspberries then let chill overnight in the fridge.
Question of the day:
What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten for breakfast?
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