This pumpkin spice overnight oats recipe is the ultimate healthy fall breakfast. Made ahead of time, you’ll love these pumpkin pie flavored oats.
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Move over pumpkin spice lattes – pumpkin spice overnight oats are the ultimate healthy Fall breakfast! Plus, one jar won’t set you back 49 grams of sugar and over $4.00.
All joking aside, I really do love these oats. And I’m kind of surprised. Yes, I love pumpkin spiced bread, muffins, scones, you get the picture. But pumpkin pie? No thank you.
While these oats do contain actual pumpkin (it’s super nutritious by the way), it’s not overly pumpkin-y.
Instead, these pumpkin pie overnight oats have all the warm fall spices and a touch of maple syrup for a dessert-inspired breakfast that’s actually healthy and filling!
I cheat and buy my spice blend from a local Denver spice shop. However, you can also easily make your own blend at home.
As you’ll likely be using it in other recipes, I recommend making a full batch and storing it in a glass jar for all your Fall baking and breakfast needs!
Here’s what you’ll combine:
Yes, just make sure to leave the yogurt out. To heat your oats, mix everything except for the yogurt in your jar the night before. In the morning, heat your oats in the microwave for about 1 to 2 minutes and then top with Greek yogurt instead.
I recommend using old fashioned rolled oats, as quick-cooking will get too mushy. Do NOT use instant oats as you’ll end up with liquidy mush. If you prefer a chewier consistency, go with Bob Red Mill’s Extra-Thick Rolled Oats.
I like my oats super thick. But if the texture isn’t for you, then you can either leave out the Greek yogurt and chia seeds, or you can add more liquid.
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Perfect for fall! I have gotta try this.
Thanks Karly! Let me know what you think 🙂