White chocolate raspberry overnight oats are the breakfast you didn’t know you needed! It is made with oats, chia seeds, yogurt, milk, honey, and raspberries and is topped with a thick layer of white chocolate for the ultimate breakfast experience.
Since you’re a breakfast person, here are a few other breakfast favs Overnight strawberries and cream oats, The World’s Best Fluffy Almond Flour Pancakes, Easy Family Style Dutch Baby Pancake recipe, and the Starbucks vanilla sweet cream cold brew.
This is the best raspberry overnight oats recipe ever!
This Ramadan, I decided to eat more mindfully. You know, not consume All The Crumbl Cookies that I make for breakfast lunch, and dinner. It sounds crazy, but I developed this habit of just eating everything and anything because I’m just so tired and don’t have the mental or physical ability to go make a proper meal.
You will love these overnight oats with yogurt, I promise!
So to achieve this more mindful eating I’ve been making myself these overnight white chocolate raspberry oat cups. They are the perfect post-workout because they are high in fiber, high protein, and so so satisfying.
Why you need to make this recipe!
- It tastes just like dessert but is so good for you!
- This recipe is a fun twist on any good old breakfast oatmeal.
- It combines raspberries and white chocolate which in my opinion are the tastiest thing ever!
- You can make these ahead of time as a breakfast meal prep for the week.
Are overnight oats healthy?
I always like to mention that health/healthy depends on your description of it. Are these cups low-calorie? Not specifically. But do they pack a punch of nutrients? Yes, absolutely.
They are packed with protein, fiber, omega 3s, probiotics, and antioxidants, and just taste amazing. Keep in mind that this is for this recipe right here, overnight oats that you will find in store might have a lot more sugar than what you would like to consume in the morning.
Ingredients for this raspberry overnight oats
Here are the ingredients you will need to make this overnight oats cup. Make sure to scroll down to the recipe card for the full detailed ingredient measurements.
- Old fashioned oats– The old-fashioned oats will make this ultra-creamy.
- Chia seeds– These will add the creaminess of the overnight oats while adding in extra protein and omega 3s.
- Greek yogurt– I love adding greek yogurt to my overnight oats to increase the protein content as well. Make sure to use unsweetened greek yogurt for this or adjust the honey amount.
- Milk– You can use whichever milk you prefer.
- Honey– The honey will add extra sweetness to this recipe.
- Raspberries– Fresh or frozen raspberries will work here.
- White chocolate – Use high-quality white chocolate to finish off your delicious breakfast cups.
- Coconut oil– The coconut oil is to thin out the white chocolate a little and make it more spreadable on top of our overnight oats cup.
Can I make overnight oats vegan?
Absolutely! To make this vegan, you can use non-dairy milk, yogurt, maple syrup, and vegan white chocolate as well. These are all easy swaps that you can make to enjoy your favorite easy breakfast too!
Recipe variation and substitutions
You will become obsessed with this quick and easy breakfast especially since it is so easy to tweak and change up from time to time. Here are some of my favorite variations:
- Use blueberries, strawberries, blackberries, or even bananas instead of the raspberries. Or do a mixture of a few of these!
- Mix in some nut butter or nut butter powders to create a PB and J overnight oats cup.
- Use more or less sweetened to satisfy your sweet tooth. Taste is as you go!
How to make overnight oats cups?
This is how you can make this breakfast. Make sure to scroll down to the recipe card for the full detailed instructions!
- Mix the oats, chia seeds, greek yogurt, milk, honey, and raspberries together in a cup.
- Let the mixture sit for 5 minutes.
- Melt the white chocolate and coconut oil in a small bowl.
- Top the overnight oats with the melted chocolate mixture.
- Spread it on top and chill for a few hours or overnight.
Frequently asked questions – FAQ
How long are overnight oats good for?
Your quick and easy yogurt overnight oat cups will keep in the fridge for 4-5 days making them perfect for breakfast meal prep!
Can you use quick oats in overnight oats?
Quick oats will change the texture of your overnight oats. You can use them if you would like but expect this to be different and maybe even not as good as overnight oats with old-fashioned oats.
Can you use steel-cut oats in overnight oats?
Steel-cut oats are a big no-no when it comes to overnight oats because they will not absorb any of the liquid overnight. So steer clear from them.
Can you freeze overnight oats?
You sure can! I would freeze the overnight oats in single servings so that whenever you’re ready to enjoy them you can pull out one at a time. Let it thaw in the fridge overnight and enjoy it the next day.
Or warm it up in the microwave if you’re a warm overnight oats kind of person.
Do you eat overnight oats cold?
You can eat overnight oats cold or hot. But for this specific recipe, I highly suggest having it cold so you can experience that super fun white chocolate crack on top when you dig in.
Raspberry overnight oats
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White chocolate raspberry overnight oats
- ¼ cup old fashioned oats
- 2 tablespoon chia seeds
- ⅓ cup greek yogurt or coconut yogurt to keep it vegan
- ¼ cup milk use non dairy milk to keep it vegan
- 2 teaspoon honey or maple syrup to keep it vegan, extra if you want it sweeter
- ¼ cup raspberries washed
- 1 tablespoon white chocolate chips or 1-2 large squares of white chocolate
- ½ teaspoon coconut oil to thin out the chocolate
- Mix the oats, chia seeds, greek yogurt, milk, honey, and raspberries in a mason jar or a serving cup. If the mixture is too thin let it sit on the counter or in the fridge for 5-10 minutes until it sets just a little.
- In a microwave-safe small bowl, melt the white chocolate and coconut oil together. Pour it over the slightly set overnight oats, and tilt the glass or mason jar around to make sure that the white chocolate is covering the top of your oatmeal fully.
- Lid your mason jar, or cover your serving cup with plastic wrap and chill in the fridge for a few hours or overnight. Top with extra raspberries if you want, and enjoy your delicious breakfast/snack.
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