I love how easy these Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats are to make! They take 5 minutes to prep, and are made overnight in your fridge!
We are officially in back to school season! That tends to mean a lot of hustle and bustle, and not a lot of time to meal prep! I’ve been doing a little back-to-school series to help you guys out with some tips to make time in the kitchen go by really quickly so it’s not on your stress list. That’s one of the reasons I LOVE overnight oats. They are incredibly easy to make, so tasty and this has PEANUT BUTTER IN IT! These Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats need to go on your life staple list!
This breakfast works whether you’re a mom getting your kids ready, or a high schooler making your own breakfast, or a college kid or anyone just going back to work! Yup, every new work season I used to switch out my desk accessories, get new flowers and give myself that refreshing “back to school” feel. These peanut butter banana overnight oats work for that fresh feeling too. If you’ve never tried overnight oats, you’re in for a huge treat.
Overnight oats is a quick breakfast that basically “cooks” itself whilst in your fridge overnight. Think, overnight French toast casserole or even like how a cookie dough sets up divinely overnight. 5 minutes is really all it takes – chop, place into the jar, stir, and then into the fridge. This is the EASIEST breakfast you’ll ever make, and all it takes is a little prep the night before.
It helps to eliminate any excuse to skip out on breakfast since you can prep it the night before and just grab it while you’re running out the door. You can warm it up first – I love doing that, but you can also eat it cold a la cereal. I absolutely love peanut butter, but you can swap almond butter, sunflower seed butter or any other nut alternative butters that you own. Enjoy!
1. This recipe is vegan and gluten free. You can adjust the quantity of bananas if you’d like less more or less. You can also add more chia seeds if you want a more pudding texture.
2. You can also adjust sweetness levels after it’s set up in the fridge and add more coconut sugar or even maple syrup if you desire.
3. You can swap almond butter, sunflower seed butter or any other nut alternative butters that you own.
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