Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats

Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats

Mornings can be rough, especially when you’re short on time. Sometimes I feel like just making it out the door on time is hard enough, let alone trying to figure out what to make for breakfast. Breakfast is the last thing I think about sometimes, which more times than I would like to admit has led me straight to the Chick-fil-A line.

When I started trying to eat a little healthier and be a bit more prepared in the mornings, I started eating overnight oats a couple of times a week. They are simple to make and really delicious. The best part is everything is made in about 5 minutes the night before.

I decided that I wanted to make a peach cobbler variation of overnight oats. Peach cobbler is one of my favorite desserts, and if you’ve ever had it then you know how good it is.

These peach cobbler oats are super creamy and have that same amazing sweet “cinnamony” taste that is reminiscent of a traditional peach cobbler. They really do taste like you’re eating dessert. They are made with basic ingredients: old fashioned oats, plain greek yogurt, vanilla extract, agave, peaches, and cinnamon.  That’s it, but altogether they make a delicious breakfast.

Overnight oats have been great at helping me get a good breakfast, that I don’t have to worry about trying to make in the morning when I have little time to spare.

The next time you want a breakfast that not only tastes great, but that is quick and easy too, give these peach cobbler overnight oats a shot. I think you’ll really enjoy them!

Ingredients You Need For This Recipe:

1/2 cup of old fashioned oats

1/4 cup of plain Greek yogurt

1/4 cup + 2 tablespoons of unsweetened almond milk

1 cup of frozen sliced peaches

1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract

1/8 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1 tablespoon of agave

 

Step 1: 

Defrost your peaches in a microwave-safe bowl.

 

Step 2: 

Chop your peaches into bite-sized pieces. Set your peaches aside while you work on your oatmeal mixture.

 

Step 3:

Add your oats, cinnamon, Greek yogurt, almond milk, vanilla, and agave to a bowl or jar. Mix well to combine all your ingredients.

 

Step 4: 

Add the majority of your chopped peaches to your oat mixture, along with any juice that has come from the peaches. Stir your peaches into your oat mixture.

 

Step 5: 

Top with remaining peaches and cover your bowl or jar with a top. Store in the refrigerator overnight. Oats will thicken as they chill.

 

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Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats

October 5, 2018
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: 5 min
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: 5 min
: Easy!

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Ingredients
  • Old Fashioned Oats- ½ Cup
  • Plain Greek Yogurt- ¼ Cup
  • Vanilla Extract- ½ Teaspoon
  • Frozen Sliced Peaches- 1 Cup
  • Ground Cinnamon- 1/8 Teaspoon
  • Agave- 1 Tablespoon
  • Unsweetened Almond Milk- ¼ Cup plus 2 Tablespoons
Directions
  • Step 1 If peaches are not defrosted, put one cup of frozen peaches in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute (Just until peaches are defrosted).
  • Step 2 Chop peaches into bite sized pieces and set aside.
  • Step 3 Add oats, cinnamon, greek yogurt, almond milk, agave, and vanilla to a bowl or mason jar and mix well to combine.
  • Step 4 Add the majority of the peaches to the bowl or jar (with any juice that may have come from the peaches) and stir well.
  • Step 5 Top with the remaining peaches, cover, and store in the refrigerator overnight (oats will thicken as they chill).

More Easy Breakfast Recipes:

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Easy Turkey, Egg, and Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches

Healthy Make-Ahead Bacon and Veggie Mini Frittatas

Easy Berry Yogurt Parfait

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