Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats

Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats

Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats

This Summer heat requires light meals. I’m leaning towards light breakfasts, light lunches and early dinner that requires no cooking. I am trying so hard to avoid the stove, the oven, and all other things that gives off any form of heat.

I don’t want to move because moving means sweating…………a lot.

My ideal day would consist of me inside the bedroom with the a/c turned on, lying on our bed that’s covered in fresh crisp sheets, and just basically be busy converting oxygen to carbon dioxide. Ahhh, that would be life, that would be the ideal day.

But in the real world, I don’t think I can do that. Turning the a/c in the bedroom for the whole day means having three kids : my daughter Ykaie and my two nieces Cyra and Cyvrine, with me inside the bedroom as well. I’d be blogging — well, semi-blogging — cause we’re going to watch Disney movies, and we’re gonna be playing with their toys. I’d be the customer ordering from their restaurant and they’d serve me pretend donuts and pretend brownies…..and we would not want to go out of the bedroom — EVER!

OF course, we’d go out eventually because we have to eat and like I said a while ago, I’m leaning towards light meals that requires simple or no cooking because of the heat.

Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats

This Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats is one of the easiest breakfast you can eat straight from the fridge. It’s no-cook and it’s deeeeeelicious! You just need oatmeal, milk, (any kind of milk you like), sweetener (sugar, honey, or agave), and any kind of fruit for flavor. You just have to mix it up and let it sit overnight in the fridge.The next day you get a nice bowl of flavorful oatmeal — it’s healthy too!

Thanks to my friend Rizza for the blueberries! I was just oggling at plump blueberries on facebook and next thing I know this was sent to my doorstep.

Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats


Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats

  • Author: Peachy Adarne


  • 3/4 cup old fashioned rolled oats
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1/2 cup greek yogurt or plain yogurt
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • half a banana, mashed
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • fresh blueberries, sliced bananas, and walnuts for toppings


  1. Combine all the ingredients(except toppings) together in a jar or other covered dish.
  2. Mix well, Cover and refrigerate overnight or at least several hours.
  3. In the morning, when you’re ready to eat, take oats out of the fridge, add the toppings and enjoy!
  4. I made mine at around 11:30pm and then ate it at around 8am the next day.

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54 Responses

  1. Yum! I like doing this ‘muesli’ with some yogurt and let it stand overnight before eating it for breakfast. A good bowl of chunky and tangy oats to start of the day! Great background! It gives a rustic vibe for your tasty oat! 🙂

  2. I eat light when its hot too. But living on the water in the Pacific NW it is pretty temperate. However I do love oatmeal
    for breakfast and this looks kind of fun to try. Are those really GIANT blueberries in the center? Huge! I am sorry you had to get real in regard to your fantasy. Ha! Because your second description sounds like the unvarnished truth.

  3. I’m not too fond of oatmeal, but I’ve tried making overnight oats and I actually like them better than cooked ones. Wish I had some blueberries, though heehee! This is also good with mangoes and bananas.

  4. sorry I’m going to ask you questions:

    1. How does a greek yogurt differ from plain one in terms of ingredient and overall taste of the meal?
    2. Where do you buy your walnuts? I used to buy from SM Southmall but that one closed and I haven’t seen one around where we live now.

    1. It’s okay.

      1. Greek yogurt is more tangy, has less sugar, and is thicker than plain yogurt because it’s strained to remove the liquid. I don’t think it has any effect on the taste of the meal but they say it has double the amount of protein than the regular one.

      2. I buy my walnuts and almonds at SM Supermarket or Landmark. You can also buy them from Healthy Options but it’s more expensive.

  5. a delicious,healthy and nourishing treat…anything with berries is a win win at home and this sure is going to be a favorite oat recipe,thanks 🙂

  6. healthy and delicious! I’ve tried doing this and its really good! you can also try other combination of berries and fruits.

  7. Once again you have whipped a mouth-watering concoction. You are definitely outdoing yourself everytime! Oatmeal, blueberries and bananas? Perfecttttt.

  8. It looks very tasty and easy to do. This is perfect if you’re always waking up late than you’re suppose to and have no time for breakfast. Now there’s no more excuse to miss the most important meal of the day! I like how you photograph things. They look extra yummy 🙂

  9. This Time I must say I love oats already mommy peach..Ang Saya Saya naman ng foods na ito..Easy peesy..??

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