Oreo Overnight Oats is a fun yet nutritious breakfast or snack that’s quick, portable and delicious. Made with rolled oats, yogurt (dairy or plant-based), chia seeds and of course, Oreo cookies, it won’t disappoint any cookies and cream flavor lovers out there!
Why you'll love this recipe
- These Oreo Overnight Oats are a great nutritious breakfast or snack that comes together in less than 5 minutes!
- It’s perfect for busy mornings because you can make it ahead of time.
- Cute and portable – throw it in your bag and bring to school or work with you.
- Overnight oats are a healthy balanced breakfast with a great dose of good carbs, fiber and protein from the yogurt.
- A fun and healthier way to enjoy everyone’s favorite cookies and cream flavor!
- You can easily make these oats gluten-free and/or vegan (see how in the post below)
- If you like dessert inspired breakfasts, make sure to also try my Biscoff Overnight Oats.
- Oats: either old-fashioned rolled oat or quick oats will work for overnight oats. For this recipe I like quick oats for creamier texture but if you prefer more of a “bite” and chewiness, go with rolled oats.
- Plain Yogurt: I used plain lowfat yogurt from Sonyfield but use whatever yogurt you like. Plant-based yogurt, such as coconut, oat or soy will work great for a vegan version.
- Milk: similarly to yogurt, the choice of milk is yours – any dairy of plant-based milk (almond, oat, soy, coconut) can be used in this recipe.
- Chia Seeds: for some extra fiber, protein and healthy fats. I used white chia seeds but black seeds will also work.
- Maple Syrup: to sweeten the oats. You can also use honey, monkfruit, coconut sugar or sweetener of choice.
- Vanilla: use real vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste for best flavor.
- Chocolate Wafers: I like to use chocolate wafers by Nabisco because they’re a bit less processed than Oreos. Most grocery stores carry them, at least in my area. If you prefer, you can use 2 crushed Oreo cookies instead.
How to make Oreo Overnight Oats
STEP 1: Break chocolate wafers or Oreo cookies into pieces.
STEP 2: Add yogurt, (plant) milk, maple syrup, chia seeds and vanilla.
STEP 3: Mix until combined. Avoid mixing too much to preserve distinct cookie pieces in your oats.
STEP 4: Place in the fridge for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.
STEP 5: Serve and enjoy!
Serve Oreo overnight oats on their own or topped (or layered) with your favorite plain or vanilla yogurt and crushed Oreo cookies.
You can also make this overnight breakfast more fun (and nutritious) by adding:
- Sliced banana
- Fresh berries (strawberries, blueberries, blackberries or raspberries)
- Chopped dried fruit
- Your favorite nuts (almonds, walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts)
- Pumpkin, chia or hemp seeds
- Chocolate chips
If you're looking for more breakfast recipes using oats, try my Apple Pie Baked Oatmeal, Banana Carrot Oat Muffins, Chocolate Protein Baked Oats or these delicious Healthy Protein Oatmeal Pancakes.
You can store Oreo overnight oats in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 4 days in the fridge.
Just add a bit more plant milk. The thickness of overnight oats is a matter of preference. If you like them thinner, add more liquid and stir gently.
Yes, actually. There used to be animal fat in the u0022creamu0022 part of Oreos but these days Oreos are completely plant-based.
No but you can make them gluten-free by using gluten-free Oreo cookies and making sure your oats are certified gluten-free.
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Oreo Overnight Oats
- ½ cup oats quick oats or old-fashioned rolled oats
- ½ cup plain yogurt whole milk, lowfat or plant-based such as coconut or oat
- ⅓ milk dairy or unsweetened plant-based milk, such as almond, oat or soy
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds black or white
- 2 teaspoons pure maple syrup or sweetener of choice
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 4 chocolate wafers or 2 Oreo cookies
- 2 Oreo cookies crushed (as an optional topping)
- Break chocolate wafers or Oreo cookies into small pieces into a bowl or jar with a lid.
- Add dry oats, yogurt, (plant) milk, chia seeds, maple syrup and vanilla. Stir until just combined.
- Cover with a lid and place in the fridge for at least 4 hours, preferably overnight.
- If desired, transfer the overnight oats into small jars or glasses, top with yogurt (plain or vanilla) and crushed Oreo cookies.
So decadently good!
These were so easy to make and they were tasty! Love that I can make them the night before.
These overnight oats look so good, can't wait to try this recipe.
These overnight oats were really tasty and easy to make.
These Oreo overnight oats are a breakfast staple in our house! Our kids normally are not fans of oatmeal, but this recipe has changed their minds! We make this at least twice per month.
So good! It was like having dessert for breakfast!
Oreo adds an interesting twist to my everyday morning oats, delish
great recipe indeed. I will be making this again!
So fun for breakfast and a great way to get the oats in. Made these today for breakfast tomorrow.
Such a fun and delicious flavour of overnight oats! The perfect start to the day 🙂
these overnight oats turned out absolutely delicious! so sweet and perfect for breakfast!
this overnight oreo oats is very easy, love it as snack and breakfast
So easy and perfect for easy breakfast when you cant be bothered. I make it up in batches. Soooo good!
These oreo overnight oats were so amazing! I loved how easy they were! Such a fun treat!
A wonderful combination - Oreos combined with overnight oats! So yummy! Thank you!
You are welcome!
Adding Oreo always makes