Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

This is my all-time favourite breakfast! I have had this (or some variation of this), almost every day for probably 3 years. I change the extra ingredients often to mix up the flavour, but the main ingredients have stayed the same.

1 Serving:

Calories: 724 cals, Carbohydrates: 83 g, Fat: 24 g, Protein: 46 g


  • 50 g quick cooking oats
  • 30 g chocolate protein powder
  • 150 mL almond milk
  • 55 g ‘Ancient grains’ cereal (or your favourite granola)
  • 30 g peanut butter
  • 50 g strawberries


  1. In a container/bowl, mix the oats and protein powder together.
  2. Add the almond milk and stir until the clumps of protein are dissolved and are combined well with the oats.
  3. In a separate container/bowl, measure out the ancient grains cereal, peanut butter, and strawberries.
  4. Place them back in the fridge and leave overnight.
  5. Add the ancient grains, peanut butter and strawberries to the same container as the oats and enjoy!


  • Flavour
    • Protein powder – I use chocolate protein powder, but using a different flavoured powder like vanilla or salted caramel will work well.
    • Granola – I use ‘Ancient Grains Cereal’ from Farmboy’s, which is essentially a granola. There are a lot of great granola options available either store-bought or home-made that you can substitute.
    • Fruit – I love this with strawberries, but I have also used raspberries, blueberries, apples, and bananas. Use whatever combination of fruit you like best!
    • ‘Chipits’ – I often add in some mini chocolate chips (my favourite is the salted caramel flavour) for added flavour on days when I want to increase the carbohydrates OR turn this into more of a dessert flavour.
  • Fat Content
    • If you are looking for a breakfast that has a bit less fat, you can add less peanut butter or leave it out all together.
  • Carbohydrate Content
    • If you need more carbohydrates you can add more oats to the mixture, you just may also have to adjust the amount of milk you use to make sure you get the consistency you prefer.
  • Consistency
    • If you prefer your oats thicker you can lower the amount of almond milk so it turns out ‘mushier’. I prefer mine slightly runny, so this combination is the consistency I like, but adding more milk will make it ‘runnier’.

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