This healthy peach crisp overnight oat recipe is made with juicy in-season peaches and crunchy granola for the ideal summer breakfast.
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By now you know I’m obsessed with overnight oats. They’re just so creamy and convenient.
This recipe is a special one as I only make it in July and August when peaches are nice and ripe here in Colorado.
Unlike many other oat recipes, this healthy peach crisp overnight oat recipe has a great balance of textures: creamy from the overnight oat base, juicy from the fresh peaches, and a bit of crunch from the granola on top.
If you’re looking to change up your family’s breakfast routine, make a batch of these healthy peach overnight oats! You won’t be disappointed!
When making this healthy overnight oat recipe, you have two options for how to make it, depending on whether you want to layer your ingredients or not.
Yes, you can heat up overnight oats. However, I recommend leaving out the yogurt if you do. You can always stir the yogurt in after microwaving your oats.
To make this peach overnight oat recipe vegan, simply use a plant-based yogurt in place of the Greek yogurt. I like oat milk-based yogurts best flavor-wise, but any will work. Just choose one that’s free of added sugar.
Yes, to add extra sweetness simply add a drizzle of maple syrup. You could also use a vanilla Greek yogurt in place of the plain Greek yogurt.
To make overnight oats less thick, you can replace the greek yogurt with more oat milk or leave out the chia seeds.
>>For more tips on how to adjust the texture of overnight oats, be sure to check out my guide on How To Make Healthy Overnight Oats!
Yes! Just note that you’ll lose the crunch-factor as well. If you’re having trouble finding a low-sugar, lower-calorie granola, you can either make your own or use a crunchy puffed cereal instead.
Overnight oats will keep for up to 5 days in the fridge. However, the chia seed flavor will get stronger and the granola will soften the longer they’re in the fridge. For this reason, I like to make just two to three days of oats at a time.
Thawed frozen peaches will work, but the flavor won’t be quite as good. I don’t recommend canned as they’re often too soft. However, in a pinch you can use canned peaches. Just make sure to buy ones packed in their own juices rather than syrup.
Looking for more fruit-flavored overnight oat recipes? Give one of these flavor combinations a try:
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Wow! This was so good. I couldn’t wait until morning to try it! The flavors are spot on and I love that I can just grab and go with this recipe.
Waiting is definitely the hardest part 😉 Hope you give them a try!
I Made this for a gathering and it was a hit, everyone loved it! Will definitely make it again!
I’m so glad everyone loved them! Thanks for letting me know Shadi 🙂
OMG! Those chunks of Peaches within the overnight oats is amazing! This looks so warm and comforting!
They’re so good! Hope you give the recipe a try 🙂
I always look forward to going peach picking each year and am excited to try your recipe. Sounds delicious!
Peach season is the best 🙂 Hope you enjoy them Christie!
This is the best overnight oats recipe I’ve ever tried! So delicious and full of flavor!
I’m so glad you loved them Jessica!