Peach Raspberry Overnight Oat Recipes

Peach Raspberry Overnight Oat Recipes

 I have a little obsession with overnight oats recipes, so I jump at any chance I have to try a different variation.  Since fresh peaches and raspberries are in season right now (and I think they make a beautiful duo), I tested them out this morning. Happy mama Peach Raspberry Overnight Oat Recipes approved!

 If you haven’t tried this bowl of deliciousness in some form (see below for different ideas), you are missing out big time. Just saying.

1/3 cup raw oats
1 scoop vanilla protein powder
1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
1/2 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
cinnamon and stevia
1/2-1 whole peach
fresh raspberries
Mix oats, protein powder, yogurt, milk, cinnamon and stevia in a bowl. Cover and let set in the fridge overnight. The next morning, top with fresh peaches and raspberries.
Here are some of my other favorite overnight oat recipes:
Original Recipe
Coconut Pineapple
PB & J
Pumpkin Spice
Empty Nut Butter Jar

2 Comments Peach Raspberry Overnight Oat Recipes

  1. McKenzie Brown

    Just found out about your blog today and I love it! It might just be my new favorite . . . and I’m not just saying that. I even posted a link to it on FB as my new favorite, so you know it’s legit, right?!? haha :) I’m so excited to try some of your recipes! Right up my ally and they look delicious, healthy and best of all . . . easy! I’ve been thinking about looking for a new protein powder right now and wondered what brand you use, for both vanilla and chocolate. I can’t recall what I’m using right now (something my hubby picked up), but I’m not crazy about it. Thanks for creating such a great website. Excited to continue to follow you!

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