Overnight Peach Cobbler Oatmeal
Overnight Peach Cobbler Oatmeal | That’s right! This overnight oatmeal tastes just like peach cobbler! I’m happy anytime there’s a dessert name in my breakfast! I love the creaminess! I can make them the night before and they are delicious! The answer to your busy mornings!
This heart healthy breakfast is a great way to start your morning. Even if you sleep in you can still have a great breakfast. This is an amazing meal with chopped peaches, yogurt, flaxseeds, chia seeds and a touch of cinnamon. Also perfect as a mid morning or afternoon snack! Replace your afternoon chip routine with a jar of peach cobbler!
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Do you use vanilla extract?
Hi Christy, Yes vanilla extract.
Can you use fresh peaches?
Definitely Janet. 🙂
Can this be eaten hot?
Hi Tam, Sure…you can eat it hot or cold.
So you don’t cook the oatmeal?
No, You don’t cook the oatmeal Linda. When it soaks over night in the milk mixture is becomes soft and chew-able.
Did you use vanilla Greek yogurt?
No Monika, I used regular vanilla yogurt. Greek Yogurt is too sour for me.
This may be a silly question but I’ve been curious. How far in advance can you make these? Like could I make three one night and eat them for the next three mornings or do you think that they would go bad after awhile?
No, That’s exactly what I do Danielle and they’re delicious down to the last bite. 🙂
Wonder if you could use pineapple or cherries?
Hi Patsy, Yes you can! Here is my recipe OVERNIGHT PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE OATMEAL.
Could i use almond milk instead of reg milk. Can the flaxseed be ground
Hi Pam. Yes to both questions! I’ve used almond milk and it’s delicious.
Do you know the nutritional info on this? Calories, etc?
Hi Mary, No I don’t but it should be easy for you to figure out.
I’m late to the party on this recipe, but I just wanted to tell you that I have always hated overnight oats, but this recipe was a huge winner for me!! I used steel cut oats and they were beautifully chewy and good. Thanks for the great recipe – I will be using it many times.
That’s wonderful news Beccie!
Can you make this without yogurt? I’m lactose intolerant and also diabetic so trying not to add more sugar.
Sure Michelle, You could add a little more oats and maybe a collagen peptides powder.
This might be a dumb question, but do you have to put it in mason jars? I am making this for my large size family of 14 for breakfast, and i don’t have 14 mason jars laying around. I’d much rather lousy it in a large casserole dish but I don’t want to compromise the texture. What do you suggest?
Hi Page, You can put the overnight oatmeal in any kind of container.
Can I use Keifer in place of yogurt and milk?
Hi LaVerne, Yes, I think Keifer would work..you may need to adjust the measurements a little depending on how thick you want your oatmeal.
This look so good! What a great breakfast meal prep for the week!
Thanks for sharing! Does it keep long?