This simple strawberry overnight oats recipe nets a creamy, delicious, and filling breakfast the next morning. Make it dairy free by using Silk Almondmilk, and make it gluten-free by using gluten-free oats (make sure your oats are labeled gluten free or preferably are certified gluten free).
1cupsliced strawberriesplus more for serving optional
Combine gluten-free oats, chia seeds, and ground cinnamon in a large jar or small mixing bowl.
Add the Silk Almondmilk, maple syrup, and vanilla extract. Stir together well.
Add the sliced strawberries and stir mixture until well combined.
Portion the oats mixture into two containers (you can use a glass, mug, bowl or mason jar).
Cover the containers and refrigerate at least 4 hours, but preferably overnight.
Before serving, stir the oats and top with additional fresh sliced strawberries, as desired.
This recipe makes two servings - one for you and one for your partner. I made them together in a large bowl and then portioned it out into glass jars. You can make a single serving of the recipe inside a large jar for a less-dish overnight oats of your own.
Double or triple the recipe if you want to meal prep your breakfast for the week. The oats store well in the refrigerator for up to five days.
You could swap Silk Almondmilk for any dairy-free "milk" you like, or even cow's milk.
Serve overnight oats cold with additional fresh strawberries.
Add more sweetener if you like your oats to be sweet. As written, the overnight oats are only lightly sweetened.