Hello and happy Tuesday! I am back today with another overnight oats recipe to share! I was immediately inspired to try out this recipe when I posted my Blueberry Overnight Oats recipe last time, and was just waiting on myself to remember to pick up peaches on my next grocery trip…so a fewweeks and one grocery list later, we’re finally here! Much like the other overnight oats recipe I’ve posted in the past, this one is quick, simple, and very delicious, and perfect to enjoy now that warmer weather is on the horizon. I normally associate peach cobbler with summertime, or dessert at my Grandma’s house, so I’m excited to eat this in the morning since eating cobbler for breakfast isn’t normally advised (but it should, can we change that?).
- 1/2 cup of oats.
- 1/2 cup frozen peaches
- 1/2 cup of coconut milk.
- 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder (ex: my gendered protein powder that I complain about every time)
- 1 tablespoon of chia Seeds
- 1/2 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- A dash of ground cinnamon.
- A dash of nutmeg
- Drizzle of honey
The night before:
Mix in dry ingredients first, and follow with coconut milk and vanilla extract, and then pop in your frozen peaches. Feel free to chop up your peaches, but I prefer to keep them as slices just to achieve that true cobbler element. Also, I can’t believe I just said “true cobbler element” but that moment. These overnight oats recipes really bring out the Martha in me, I suppose.
The morning of:
Pour your ingredients into a bowl, and then drizzle honey on top of mixture and place in microwave on high for about a minute and forty-five seconds. The honey will add in the gooey and syrupy sweet consistency of a peach cobbler. You can really complete the aesthetic of pouring yourself a glass of sweet tea and adding a dollop of vanilla ice cream to your oatmeal, but not every morning can feel like a Blue Bell commercial, so you may just have to stick with the normal ingredients.
Let me know if you guys try this one out, or if you have any other recipes you’d like for me to try!