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Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

These oats are perfect for that Pumpkin Pie craving you immediately get come October 1st. Tastes just like the pie minus the sweetened condensed milk and crust. Wanna go crazy? You could even add some cool-whip, I won't tell.

Overnight oats are the best. If you haven't tried these wonderful breakfast treats you seriously need to hop on this bandwagon. I was never a fan of hot oats, mainly I think because I never knew what to do with them. The only options were brown sugar, milk, and raisins (that I knew of). Um major yawn. I had no idea oats were unto themselves creative outlets. You can basically make them taste like anything and can create either the healthiest or straight up dessert breakfast it's up to you.

What's even better, overnight oats are exactly that. They are made overnight. The only hard part is remembering to actually make them the night before but once you realize how amazing it is to have your delicious breakfast waiting for you when you get up, you will have no problem getting back out of bed to whip them up when you've realized you've forgotten. Which has happened to me quite a few times I may add.

Anyways, back to these specific oats. I only post recipes that are favorites of mine. I mean that's sort of a "no duh" kind of statement, but seriously the best of the best go on this blog. My friends, this is one of the best of the best. Even baby R gobbled these up so fast I made them two days in a row. Pumpkin is full of antioxidants and seriously healthy for your gut, skin, and all around well-being. We all love pumpkin pie, but let's be honest, it's one of the rather less nutritious pies (which makes it all the more yummy!). During this season though, you may start feeling your waistline expand from all the wonderful Fall food and may be tempted to turn away from the pumpkin! Do not lose hope! Try these awesome oats and satisfy those cravings in a healthy way. Enjoy!


For 1 Serving

1/2 cup old-fashioned rolled oats (certified gluten-free for allergies)

1/2 cup water, milk, or soy milk (I personally enjoy soy milk with it)

3-4 tbsp pumpkin puree

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/8 tsp ground ginger

1/8 tsp ground cloves

Pinch of nutmeg

Pinch of salt

Optional toppings: drizzle of maple syrup or honey, almonds or other nuts, chocolate chips, granola, etc.


1. Get a mason jar or small tupperware.

2. Mix all ingredients in container except optional toppings. Place lid on and leave in the fridge overnight.

3. In the morning, grab your oats and top with goodies! Enjoy!

*You could technically make these hot if you like warm oats over cold. You could still make the overnight oats but then warm them in the morning or cook all ingredients together the morning of.

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