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PB&J for breakfast? Yes! These Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats are a simple, healthy and delicious way to start your day. Full of fresh fruit, hearty oats, chia seeds, and of course, peanut butter! Prep several at a time so breakfast is ready on the go.
Ok, for all of you who are not overnight oats fans, I apologize if my kick is starting to wear on you.
This is my last oatmeal recipe for a while, so thanks for sticking with me for one last flavor! Over the past week I have introduced Spiced Pear + Walnut Overnight Oats and Chocolate Pistachio Overnight Oats. These two were definitely yummy recipes and I loved each of them quite a bit. However, the perfection of the Peanut Butter & Jelly combination just never gets old to me.
Now that I have been able to enjoy this childhood sandwich in the form of oatmeal, I am one happy girl. And to top it all off, this recipe is full of fiber, protein and nutrients! Doesn't get much better than that!
The "jelly" part of these oats is actually 100% fruit and you can easily alternate berries to change things up a bit if you like. However, pro tip--if you stir in a bit of jam with the fresh fruit, it takes this recipe up several if not ten notches.
I know I have said it a million times but overnight oats really don't get much easier.
I make several at a time and have breakfast ready each morning. This peanut butter and jelly overnight oats version is the first kind that I actually ate cold instead of warm. If you decide to eat them warm, you may want to wait until you serve them to add the "jelly" part after heating them up. If not, add it when making and grab a spoon and dig in when you are ready. Also, if you have any sort of peanut allergy, add another nut or seed butter and enjoy these oats as well.
So this wraps up a week of almost nothing but oats. The Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats here is by far my all time favorite at this point but who knows what other creations are to come! I have plenty more where these overnight oats recipes came from have a one stop spot where you can find all of the overnight oats recipes I have on the site. If you love these and want more options, head to www.mywholefoodlife.com where Melissa creates quite a few more of this perfect breakfast!
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Peanut Butter & Jelly Overnight Oats
- ½ cup rolled oats regular or gluten free
- ½ cup milk of choice
- 2 teaspoon natural peanut butter
- 1 teaspoon pure maple syrup optional
- 1 teaspoon chia seeds
- 4-5 frozen strawberries thawed (or ¼ cup frozen berries, thawed)
- dash of sea salt
- Add all ingredients except for the berries to a bowl or jar that can be sealed.
- Stir to combine.
- If planning to eat cold, mash berries with a fork until a jam like consistency and spread over top of oats.
- (If planning to eat hot, wait until the morning, after you have heated the oats to add the mashed berries.)
- Chill overnight and enjoy in the morning!
If you want to have it warm, for how long should you warm them up for.
Hi! I typically pop it in the microwave for about 45 seconds and stir it up and heat another 30 seconds. It varies slightly I think though. Sometimes I add an extra splash or two of milk as well if it dries up a bit from heating.
Patty @ Reach Your Peak says
This looks and sounds delicious! I love making overnight oats but dont ever try new recipes lol but definitely trying this one!
Hope you love it Patty!
Now this is a staple breakfast recipe. And it uses ingredients that I pretty much always have on hand. Love it!
Can't go wrong with pb&j!
Always love overnight oats. We eat them all of the time! Love the PB&J variation, too! 😉
I'm loving the texture of these oats! Usually when I see overnight oats they just look slimy. But these look glorious and still chewy (which is how I like my oats). And you can't go wrong with PB&J!
Great point Laura. That's what I like as well!