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Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal Recipe

If you are looking for a fun and easy (and delicious) breakfast option, then you will love this Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal Recipe!

It is easy to make and you will be so happy that you did it the night before, because it makes mornings a breeze!

This is a wonderful cold breakfast option for summer mornings, especially if you get the kind of warm mornings that we do here in Idaho. 

Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal recipe

I usually set it out for about 5 minutes before serving/eating which takes a bit of the chill out of it.

Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal Recipe

1⁄4 C. fresh raspberries
1/3 C. old fashioned oats (quick oats will get really soggy)
1/3 C. milk
1/3 C. Greek yogurt (you could also substitute regular vanilla yogurt and omit the honey if you prefer)
1-­2 tbs. of honey to taste
1 8 oz. jelly jar w/ lid

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How to make Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal 

Add the oatmeal, Greek yogurt, honey and milk to the 8 oz. jelly jar.

Put the lid on and shake well to mix all the ingredients.

When you’re done shaking, remove the lid and add the fresh raspberries.

Replace the lid and refrigerate overnight.

Enjoy cold in the morning.

1 8oz. jelly jar = 1 serving.

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Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal Recipe

Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal Recipe

Super easy to make and so yummy, this Raspberry Overnight Oatmeal recipe makes it easy to get a healthy breakfast quick and on the go!

Ingredients

  • 1⁄4 C. fresh raspberries
  • 1/3 C. old fashioned oats (quick oats will get really soggy)
  • 1/3 C. milk
  • 1/3 C. Greek yogurt (you could also substitute regular vanilla yogurt and omit the honey if you prefer)
  • 1-­2 tbs. of honey to taste
  • 1 8 oz. jelly jar w/ lid

Instructions

    Add the oatmeal, Greek yogurt, honey and milk to the 8 oz. jelly jar. Put the lid on and shake well to mix all the ingredients. When you’re done shaking, remove the lid and add the fresh raspberries. Replace the lid and refrigerate overnight. Enjoy cold in the morning.

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5 Comments

  1. 12 tbs of honey seems like a lot, is that correct? Also, could this be heated up in the morning or do you eat it cold? Sounds great! Thanks!

  2. Good morning Gail! Thank you so much for catching that! It is actually 1-2 tbs, 12 would be WAY too much, lol. We like to eat it cold but I do let it sit about 5 minutes to take the chill out. I am sure you could heat it, I am just not sure what that would taste like. Our mornings are really warm here in Idaho in the middle of the summer, so it’s a nice refreshing breakfast.
    Let me know what you think!

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