It’s official: Overnight Oats are one of the hottest breakfast items around! Isn’t it great to prep breakfast the night before so you can take it easy in the morning? Since you all loved my Summer Overnight Oats recipes so much, I’m pleased to share a new seasonal collection with you today: Five Autumn Overnight Oats Recipes! (Check out my Basic Overnight Oats Recipe here.)

Overnight Oats are super simple to make: though I never actually measure the ingredients, I use about 40–60 g of oats and 120–180 ml of liquid per serving. Just try to imagine how hungry you’ll be in the morning and make that much. :-) Combine all ingredients, transfer to a glass or storage container, and let it all sit in the fridge overnight. Depending on my mood and how much time I have, I may add fresh fruit in the morning, too.

Without further ado, here are my favorite Overnight Oats Recipes for Autumn:

Apple Cranberry Overnight Oats

Makes two servings:

100 g Cranberry Compote
1 apple

120 g oat flakes
400 ml almond milk
4 tbsp almonds

2 tbsp pumpkin seeds
1 tbsp cinnamon*

Prepare my Cranberry Compote and store in the fridge. Wash, core, quarter, and grate apples. Combine with oat flakes and almond milk. Divide into two bowls and let sit in the fridge overnight. Just before serving, garnish with Cranberry Compote, almonds, pumpkin seeds, and cinnamon.

Damson Plum Walnut Overnight Oats

Makes two servings:

2 tbsp walnut butter*
120 g oat flakes
6 damson plums (or regular plums)
4 tbsp chopped walnuts
1 tsp cinnamon*

Mix or blend 2 tbsp walnut butter with 400 ml water to make walnut milk. Combine walnut milk with oat flakes, divide into two bowls and let sit in the fridge overnight. The next morning, wash, half, and pit the plums. Just before serving oats, garnish with plums, chopped walnuts, cinnamon, and any extra walnut butter.

Apple Pie Overnight Oats

Makes two servings:

1 apple
120 g oat flakes
2 tbsp raisins
400 ml oat milk or almond milk
2 tbsp white almond butter
½ tsp cinnamon*

Wash, core, quarter, and grate apples. Combine with oat flakes, raisins, and oat milk / almond milk. Divide into two bowls and let sit in the fridge overnight. Just before serving, garnish with cacao nibs before walnuts and cinnamon.

Chocolate Pear Overnight Oats

Makes two servings:

2 small pears, grated
80 g oat or spelt flakes 
240 ml oat milk
2 tbsp cacao*
2 tbsp cacao nibs*

Wash, core, quarter, and grate pears. Combine with oat or spelt flakes, oat milk, and cacao powder. Divide into two bowls and let sit in the fridge overnight. Garnish with cacao nibs before serving.

The beauty of Overnight Oats is that you can get creative or just use whatever ingredients you already have lying around. Have fun experimenting and enjoy!

Let me know in the comments what you’re putting in your Overnight Oats. And if you have any requests for the Winter Overnight Oats Recipes – which I’ll be posting soon – please do share! :-)

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