Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats

Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats, one of the best overnight oats recipes you will ever try.

Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats

I love how my day ends every single day.

A text from my peanutbutter of how much he loves me…. a text sent just before he goes in to work. I receive this text at home while bonding with my daughter over a movie (or a series, or Ru Paul), a pair of spoons, and that almost-empty jar of cookie butter. After the movie or when we are already sleepy, we brush our teeth and get ready for bed.  Again, I receive another reminder  of love, from my daughter this time… and with a goodnight kiss to boot! She says “good night mommy, I love you… sweet dreams” then she turns to my bump and says “good night baby, I love you“.

That’s all I need to send me to a sweet slumber.

It’s ironic that I’m writing about what happens before bedtime when the food I’m sharing with you is actually breakfast food. So what does all of this have to do with Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats?

Nothing really except that this  overnight oats is sweet, creamy, fruity, and healthy and somehow it reminds me of that moment…….that fleeting feeling of being so loved just before I close my eyes at night.

Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats
strawberry yogurt, rolled oats, & fresh milk

I love having overnight oats for breakfast because it’s so easy to make. You can always make it at night and when you wake up in the morning, it’ll be there waiting for you in the fridge. The best part is you can make it with any flavor you like — all you need are rolled oats and milk … yogurt is optional but it’ll make your overnight oats creamier and it will add some tartness to it.

Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats

Since it’s Strawberry season, she’s going to be the star of our overnight oats today… plus bananas, of course. I know, ugly-looking bananas over there, my apologies. Strawberries and bananas just go so well together!

Pile ’em up!

Just put everything in a jar….like so…. oats, strawberries, bananas, and yogurt…

..then pour in your fresh milk and some condensed milk for sweetness. Keep in the fridge overnight.

Open the jar and eat the next morning!

Here are a few more Overnight Oats variants I made in the past….

Blueberry Banana Overnight Oats and Mango Overnight Oats

I love you. Thank you for dropping by and showing your lve for me today…

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Strawberry Banana Overnight Oats

  • Author: Peachy Adarne

Ingredients

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  • ¾ cup old fashioned rolled oats
  • 1 cup fresh milk
  • ½ cup strawberry flavored yogurt
  • 1 banana, sliced
  • 1 1/2 tbsp condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup fresh strawberries, halved
  • fresh strawberries and sliced bananas for toppings

Instructions

  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!

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134 Responses

  1. I have started yet another diet and this looks like a perfect and filling breakfast for me! Thank you so much for sharing! I am always needing one to add to my collection of healthier options!

  2. I’ve been wanting to make overnight oats for such a long time. I don’t know why I haven’t yet. This recipe sounds fantastic and especially perfect if going camping or just on the go first thing in the morning. I love that it can be made a day ahead and ready in the morning as I’m running out the door. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. Yum! This looks so good. I rarely eat breakfast even though it’s so important. I bet this would get me eating it. Looks so tasty!

  4. I’ve never made overnight oats before so you just opened a whole new door for me. I’m going to try your recipe and see if I can’t get creative with a few of my own as well. Thanks for sharing.

  5. I love overnight oats. It’s such a simple yet delicious idea. I love the banana and strawberry combo. I’ll have to give it a try.

  6. Ahhhhhhh strawberry and banana make the best combo!!! Add oats and omg!! I need to try this…. Sounds way too delicious!

  7. Loving that idea of putting everything in a mason jar. It looks amazing! Definitely need to try that.

  8. What a neat idea! I bought some mason jars with the intent on making salads in them, but I never attempted it. Now I have another easy recipe to make in them! I think I have all of these ingredients in my kitchen right now – maybe I should go and try this out!

  9. YUM! I used to make overnight oats all the time, totally forgot about them! I may have to make some before bed tonight!

  10. These looks and sounds so amazing for sure. I have everything except bananas and strawberries so I will have to pick some up tomorrow. Thanks for sharing.

  11. I’ve actually never tried overnight oats, in my mind, I always thoughts oats had to be cooked into an oatmeal. haha. Anyway, i might try this next time as it’s really easy to prep!

  12. Oohhh, another overnight oats recipe! 🙂 I first learned about overnight oats from your post. We’ve tried it once so far with bananas. Loved it!

  13. Sweet. Creamy. Fruity. That sounds like my kind of breakfast. It probably wont be that heavy but I will definitely get enough energy to make me feel awake when I start my day. I’m definitely trying this one soon.

  14. Yum! Overnight oats are one of the things that complete my mornings. I grew up eating hot oats, but since overnight oats, never tried having it hot again. Where do you get your Chia seeds?

  15. Ohhh, definitely you’ll have a great morning with this.
    This is so yum! I’m gonna make this for the kids. They’ll love this for sure 😉

  16. I would love to add some almond nuts, too. I love nutty food. That’s why the one with banana, blueberry and walnuts really appeal to me.

  17. I want to hear I love you but on perfect moments. Hearing it all the time is like losing it’s power. But I will agree in the breakfast food, it looks soothing. This are all nutritious. Why is that we cannot eat it right away?

  18. oooh! I love all of your photos. I’m not really a fan of bananas. I just don’t like the taste but this is interesting. Is cornflakes a good alternative for oats?

  19. As always, your photos look amazing! But more importantly, the ingredients seem simple enough to get! I live in Korea where I need to go to a foreign grocery in order to get most of the things I need. But luckily the ingredients of this dish seem to be easily attainable at our local grocery. Thank you for sharing this really healthy breakfast option! 🙂

  20. Now I miss preparing overnight oats! They’re really the best way to prepare oatmeal. Yum! Can’t wait to be un-busy again for this haha

  21. How do you manage to make the bananas stay fresh without getting dark (upon peeling them) when you make something like this? These are two of my fave fruits and I’ll be doing this for tomorrow’s breakfast since it’s a weekend & I’d have no office. Great pics again, idol Peachykins. Missin’ you dear.

  22. Wow! Perfect for summer. I bet my little toddler would love this. She loves oatmeal how much more with this fruity looks. Thanks for the ingredients Mommy Peach.. Must try at home soon…

  23. I’ve tried this and it’s awesome. They said the best tasting bananas are usually the ugly looking ones. hehe.. You’re husband and daughter are too sweet. You are one blessed Mama!

  24. Wow, so yummy looking naman!! I’ve done this before but not in a jar hahaha. It tasted good, but nag change lang when I added too much LSA..:( oh well, next time, I will try na your recipe! 🙂

  25. Oh, I make overnight oats, too. Sometimes with just water and oats. When I want sweetness to it, I add mangoes. I need to make one soon. I need to go back to a healthier lifestyle.

  26. Overnite oats are so easy to make. It makes a quick and healthy brekkie when you’re rushing in the morning,

  27. Thanks for sharing! I’m still looking for old fashioned oats to make this since a lot in our grocery are instant ones.

  28. I haven’t tried overnight oats yet, but I have heard people say that it is really good. Thinking I might give this recipe a try.

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I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →

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