Oats, Greek yogurt, almond milk, cinnamon and peaches are left to soak in a jar overnight to make a delicious breakfast. It is free from processed sugar and uses the plant-based sweetener, Stevia. You could easily sweeten with honey or maple syrup if you prefer. Use different fruits or nuts each time you make it to keep it from getting boring. Serve cold or microwave until warm.
This recipe makes a very filling breakfast and using peaches adds a lovely sweetness. If you're counting calories make sure you make plenty of allowance for the 500 cals per serving (depending on which brand of oats) but you definitely shouldn't need any mid-morning snacks! - 22 May 2016
This was my first time making overnight oatmeal, and it won't be my last! I really liked this. I used canned peaches (fresh are not in season right now), and skipped the optional chia seeds, but did add the pecans. I am looking forward to trying this with other fruits and nuts, like the submitter suggests. Thank you! - 29 Jan 2015 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I've seen the recipes for overnight oatmeal and thought I'd try this one. It was very good! I went with what I had on hand that had to be used up: vanilla soy milk and vanilla Greek yogurt. For me, no additional sweeteners were needed, probably after adding those. I didn't want to add the peaches in case I didn't like this, so in their place I added a few tblsp of dried cherries. I did add the optional pecans and chia seeds. I heated it and also added a little non-dairy creamer. Half of this was plenty for me, so more for later! The peaches would be good here; many possibilities for other add-ins as the author suggests. Very filling, nutritious and saves time! UPDATE 1/15/16: Used mixed berry yogurt, and it worked well here. - 13 Jan 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)