a simple overnight oats recipe for the meal prepper, those on-the-go and the oatmeal cookie lover!
overnight oats are the perfect year-round recipe since they are 1) easy to make, 2) good for you, delicious AND nutritious and 3) extremely versatile! you can create so many different variations of flavors with overnight oats that you will never get bored. this recipe takes an underrated cookie flavor and turns it into a delicious and simple overnight oats recipe. can you guess what this simple overnight oats recipe is all about?!
a twist on the oatmeal raisin cookie! to be honest, i love oatmeal raisin cookies due to their chewy texture and delicious flavor. i know this may be an unpopular opinion but i can’t help it.
i would love to hear what your opinion is on oatmeal raisin cookies in the comments on this post!
cinnamon raisin overnight oats
- 1 cup rolled oats
- 2 cups almond milk unsweetened
- 2 servings vanilla protein powder i use nuzest, link below!
- 1/2 cup raisins
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1/2 tbsp nutmeg
- add the oats and protein powder into a large mason jar
- mix until fully combined
- add in your almond milk, cinnamon, nutmeg and raisins. mix until fully combined
- seal the mason jar and leave in the fridge overnight to soak
- take out of the fridge, give it a mix and enjoy!
tips and tricks
- topping suggestions : oatmeal raisin granola, raisins, pumpkin seeds, extra cinnamon
- this recipe is perfect for meal prepping on the weekend and having on hand throughout the week
- if you are need of vanilla protein to use in this recipe, my favorite is nuzest and you can purchase some here! this link should automatically add a discount or you can use my code FEASTYTRAVELS at checkout
- tip : best to let the oats soak overnight but you can also wait about 6-8 hours as well
- tip : split the recipe into the three servings in their own mason jars to grab & go when your week is extra hectic
- if you liked this recipe, you will also like my almond joy overnight oats or peaches & cream baked oatmeal