What’s better than overnight oats? How about Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats!
Thanks to everyone who left kind comments about my arm yesterday. Even though I still have a long ways to go to get better, I’m glad the worst of this is now behind me.
I mentioned last week that the peaches have been spectacular this year and they are still wowing me. They have been perfectly sweet, plump and oh so delicious. This fruitaholic has been in foodie heaven.
The Hubs like his peaches barely ripe and hard but I like mine when they are soft and super sweet. But honestly either way the peaches this year have tasted amazing.
Since the peaches have tasted so good, that inspired me to create another peach recipe. Last week it was a Grilled Peach Caprese Salad, but this week I found a new way to break up your morning breakfast routine. My peach cobbler overnight oats are the perfect fast breakfast that you can enjoy as long as these beauties are in season.
This Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats recipe starts with my basic overnight oats where you take old fashioned oats and soak them in almond milk overnight. I add chia seeds to the next to give some extra protein and vitamins.
Once you allow the oats to soak for the night, you stir in fresh chopped peaches. You can either stir in or top the overnight oats with creamy vanilla yogurt. The crunchy cobbler taste comes from adding some granola on the top.
And while I’ve been raving about fresh peaches you could also make this recipe in winter using frozen peaches if you are craving a taste of summer.
The combination is healthy, satisfying, filling and an all-around great breakfast. There is protein and the oats, chia seeds and Greek yogurt plus plenty of sweetness from the fruit. I didn’t feel the need to add any additional sweetener but you could add some sevia or honey if you choose.
This Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats recipe is one you’ll make summer after summer. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.
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