Start your mornings right with these yummy PBJ overnight oats! Loaded with protein and fiber, these will set you up to face the day!
Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats Recipe
Breakfasts just got easy with this delicious overnight oats recipe.
Peanut butter and jelly are topped with oats and chia seeds before being topped with a serving of fresh berries and nuts. These PBJ overnights are one tasty way to start the day.
Be sure to try my breakfast BLT and breakfast muffins too!
Why you’ll love this Peanut Butter Overnight Oats recipe:
- Make Ahead: When you are running short on time in the mornings these overnight oats are a lifesaver! Make up a few jars on a Sunday and enjoy them throughout the week.
- Healthy: High in protein and fiber this breakfast will keep you feeling full til lunch.
- Quick and Easy: It takes no more than 5 minutes to make this breakfast.
How to Make Overnight Oats
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- Place the peanut butter and preserves into a glass.
- Top with oats and chia seeds and pour in the milk.
- Stir the milk, oats, and seeds together.
- Cover and refrigerate.
- Add toppings to serve.
What are the best oats to use?
Old-fashioned rolled oats are best to use in this PBJ overnight oats recipe. They get nice and soft but still hold their texture.
You can use quick oats in a pinch, but their texture can be quite soggy. Steel-cut oats are best avoided as they remain quite tough even after soaking.
Can you use plant-based milks?
Yes! You can use any milk you like for these oats. Almond, oat, soy, and coconut will all work well in this recipe.
I like to use 2% dairy, but you can use whole milk (3.5%) for an even creamier texture.
How long do they last?
Overnight oats will keep well in the fridge for up to 5 days. Make up a batch on Sunday night and then enjoy them for quick breakfasts throughout the week.
The longer you leave them, the creamier and softer the oats will get.
- You can mix the oats, chia seeds, and milk separately, allow to sit for 5 minutes, and then pour the mixture over the peanut butter and preserves. I do it all in a single container for ease and fewer dishes.
- The recipe below is for one jar, you can easily half the recipe, share it, or enjoy half the next day as it’s pretty filling!
These PBJ overnight oats are such a delicious way to start your mornings. I love that you have a yummy breakfast in the fridge waiting for you!
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