Here is another one of my favorite “overnight oatmeal” recipes that only takes 5 minutes to make in the evening before heading for bed. When you get up in the morning, it’s ready to eat so you’ll have a delicious and nutritious breakfast.
The basic ingredients for overnight oatmeal are:
- 1/3 cup rolled oats
- 1 tbsp chia seeds
- ¼ cup Greek yogurt
- ¼ cup almond milk (soy, hemp, rice or dairy work, too)
Then add these extra ingredients for this special Banana Nut version:
- 1 tbsp honey
- 1 tbsp natural nut butter
- 2 tbsp walnuts, chopped (optional)
- ½ banana, sliced
If you want to see exactly how it’s done, then watch Sara Lynn put it all together in a 3-minute video on the Next Page.
Source: Sara Lynn Cauchon
40 thoughts on “Here’s a Popular Banana Nut OVERNIGHT OATMEAL Recipe”
Nick Bert this sounds so yummy
Dominique, this is what I’m talking about.
Have you tried it yet?
Yummy ,great healthy breakfast !
Very cool post.
I am going to try these for cold winter mornings. I bet all 3 boys will love them.
These are amazing!
Made this this morning and it was delicious and healthy
Rebecca Lane Gilliland
Reyna Padilla I’m making these tomorrow
But there’s different flavors and ways you can make it
Banana nut granola sounds goooddd haha
Jane Jane Rothe Hillary Marie Hagge Debra Wright
The thought of cold oatmeal doesn’t appeal to me, but I’ve never seen an overnight recipe that suggests warming it. Is it still palatable if you warm it?
I did with almond milk and it was okay I like the traditional oatmeal better
I tried other versions! Wasn’t that great!
I’m making this with yogurt it is great
I always do overnight oats they’re so good in the morning and good for on the go!
I eat cold oatmeal every day….with peanut butter and chocolate chips..