- Dish type
- Overnight oats
A mixture of chocolate almond milk, oats, cocoa powder, maple syrup, chia seeds and desiccated coconut is prepared the night before for a quick and easy vegan breakfast.
3 people made this
- 240ml chocolate-flavoured almond milk
- 60g oats
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- 1 tablespoon desiccated coconut
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup
- 1 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
- 1 splash vanilla extract
MethodPrep:5min ›Extra time:8hr › Ready in:8hr5min
- Mix almond milk, oats, chia seeds, coconut, maple syrup, cocoa powder and vanilla extract in a jar. Cover and refrigerate, 8 hours to overnight. Stir and serve cold.
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I've used vanilla almond milk and whole milk instead, but everything else was the same. Even my picky kids love this breakfast! They like to warm it for a few seconds in the microwave. They need the extra calories in the AM and this does the trick and keeps them full! Thanks for sharing!-17 Jan 2016
This is a great breakfast (with slight modifications)! First time I followed the recipe exactly, and it tasted great but I thought maple syrup and cocoa were unnecessary if using sweetened chocolate milk. Now I also make it without vanilla extract, and cannot tell a difference. Adding just under 1 cup of milk makes it less soggy, which I prefer. So now my ideal recipe is just oats, chia seeds, unsweetened coconut shreds, and chocolate milk.I pre-pack several snack zip locks of the dry ingredients, and take them with me on every vacation.-05 Aug 2016
YUMMY! I really liked this. Who wouldn't like chocolate included in their breakfast? I did use vanilla soy milk and it was plenty chocolate enough. Also only had unsweetened coconut and it was plenty sweet. YUMMY!-29 Sep 2015
Chocolate Overnight Oats
One of my most popular posts of the year so far has surprisingly been my post on overnight oats.
Seeing such high demand for those recipes, I knew I wanted to offer even more options for overnight oatmeal, especially since the original post did not include any chocolate overnight oats recipes! This also gave me an excuse to eat chocolate for breakfast, which is one of my favorite things to do.
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Since I had all the ingredients out anyway, I also made some of my favorite Chocolate No Bake Cookies.
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Does anyone else see the chocolate chip face.
Just like with the original overnight-oats post, these brownie batter chocolate overnight oats can be made in just a few simple steps:
Layer the ingredients into a mason jar or lidded container, screw the lid on tightly, shake very well, and refrigerate overnight.
The next day, unscrew the lid and enjoy.
You can also heat before eating, either in the microwave or by transferring to a pot or a bowl. But I like eating these chocolate overnight oats cold, especially as the weather gets warmer.
(Or maybe this is just me dreaming… yesterday it was 28 degrees outside. If ever there were a reason to use the acronym smh—which I had to google to discover means “shaking my head” or “so much hate”—this would be it.)
Above, I made a video of the process, to show how easy it is to make the recipe.
You can actually make the entire thing in less time than it takes to watch this 25-second video.
Feel free to customize your chocolate overnight oats by adding chia seeds, peanut butter, sliced banana, or shredded coconut.
And be sure to tag me on social media if you make them, so I can see and like your photos!
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Not a morning person? Make this amazing overnight oats recipe before slipping under the covers, and the thought of the sweet and chewy coconut oatmeal, crunchy almonds, and chocolate chips will practically pull you out of bed.
It's the perfect breakfast if you're watching your weight because it follows this nutritionist-designed formula. Made with a mixture of high-fiber rolled oats and chia seeds, this delectable dessert-like breakfast offers almost 13 grams of protein and 8.1 grams of fiber, all for under 350 calories and for just 12 grams of sugar.
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How to Make Overnight Oats
If you're new to overnight oats, one of the things I think you'll love is how easy they are to make. Our recipe right here, uses just 3 simple steps:
We'll start by mashing our banana in a bowl until it's as smooth as possible.
Add the rest of your ingredients (minus your toppings) and stir it all together.
Let them sit. Overnight oats need a bit of time to soak (hence the “overnight” part) so that the oats can soften and they can thicken up. You can leave them for a few hours or keep them in your fridge for multiple days!
You can make your overnights oats in almost any kind of container. However, I love making my easy chocolate overnight oats in a jar. Reason being, overnights in a jar = highly portable, already-portioned out amounts of overnight oats that are super convenient. Plus, I get to use my super cute resealable glass mini jars! I mean, how cute are these?
Chocolate Overnight Oats
These chocolate overnight oats are the best vegan breakfast! The coconut milk makes this a delicious, creamy indulgence.
A friend recently asked me, “What’s the deal with overnight oats?” As in, what’s the point? Why not just cook the oats in the morning?
Here’s the deal with overnight oats. By soaking the ingredients together overnight, you don’t need to do anything in the morning other than grab the jar of oats and get a spoon. You may want to heat the oats briefly on the stove if you prefer them warm, but that takes a lot less time than fully cooking the oats. Any time I can save a few minutes in the groggy haze of morning, I do it.
These healthy chocolate overnight oats are quick, easy, and delicious. Make this recipe in the evening, and you’ll have no excuse to skip breakfast on a busy morning. My husband likes to take overnight oats to work ahead of time for the mornings he rides his bike to work. Breakfast is ready and waiting for him when he gets to the office.
- Place all of the ingredients into an 8-ounce jar or container with a tight fitting lid. Put the lid on and shake thoroughly to ensure that all of the ingredients are well mixed.
- Refrigerate for at least 4 hours to overnight, allowing the oats to soften up by absorbing the milk.
- Garnish with chocolate chips, berries, or coconut flakes right before serving.
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Vegan Overnight Oats Tips
Coconut milk is a great base for vegan overnight oats. It’s hearty and flavorful, and it gives the oatmeal an irresistible creaminess. You can use store-bought coconut milk, or save some money and make your own. Homemade coconut milk costs just $.14 per cup.
There are so many different ways to flavor coconut milk overnight oats. They can be sweetened with bananas, dates, and other types of fruit. Nuts add texture and protein, and spices can help to customize the flavor.
You can add more or less coconut milk in each recipe depending on how thick you want your oatmeal. A greater amount of milk will result in a more liquid-based oatmeal, while a smaller amount will yield a thicker mixture.