Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats are a simple, healthy breakfast you can make in under 5 minutes. These oats are packed with protein and so delicious! This post is sponsored by Vital Proteins.
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These Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats… OMG guys, you are gonna love em’! The other day I talking with my brother about quick, healthy breakfasts he could prep/take on the go. I instantly thought of overnight oats (and baked oatmeal, because it’s my fav!) and told him he could make that for breakfast at night + then just grab it out of the fridge in the morning. When he told me he didn’t know how to make overnight oats I was pretty surprised.. but then I thought.. there have to be other people like him out there that aren’t sure how to make overnight oats. Let me help ya out here.
Overnight oats can definitely be a bland, carb bomb when you don’t make them the right way. But when you add in the right ingredients, they can be a really satiating, delicious breakfast. For example.. I ate these this morning at 7:45AM, and wasn’t hungry until around 1PM (and that’s after working out!) You’re looking to get a good combo of carbs, healthy fats, and protein when you’re making overnight oats, and these Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats are the perfect trifecta of just that!
This recipe only has 6 ingredients, because that’s all you really need. The base is just plain old fashioned rolled oats, healthy fats come from the peanut butter / chia seeds and protein from Vital Proteins Marine Collagen! You all know I love collagen (Here’s why I use collagen) and use it every day! I’m always looking for new creative ways to sneak it into my diet in addition to adding it to my morning coffee. These overnight oats are a great recipe to add it to!
I personally don’t eat fish because I don’t like it, but I know how great wild caught fish can be for you! Collagen is amazing for your hair, skin, and nails, and I love getting it from a source other than the regular beef collagen peptides I usually take in my coffee. If you’re a coffee purist- than adding collagen in recipes like these oats are great for you!
This Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe is definitely my favorite way to prep overnight oats not only because it’s got good carbs, healthy fats, and protein, but also because it just taste SO GOOD. It’s basically like eating a peanut butter cup for breakfast.. I swear!
How long do overnight oats last?
We recommend prepping/storing these overnight oats for no more than 5 days in the fridge. As the days go on, the oats will get softer. For best results, prep 24 hours in advance!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats
- In a mason jar or container, combine all ingredients, cover + shake vigorously to combine. You may need to stir after shaking to evenly distribute peanut butter.
- Store in refrigerator for a minimum of 6-8 hours
- When ready to eat, serve cold or heat in microwave.
You can get the nutrition facts for this recipe here: