Healthy Coconut Cream Pie Overnight Dessert Oats
These Coconut Cream Pie Overnight Dessert Oats taste like a slice of Coconut Cream Pie swirled into a bowl of oatmeal! This decadent breakfast is the farthest thing from those heavily processed, boring packets of oats at the grocery store… this has flavor, this has texture, this has truly healthy ingredients! No refined sugars, no artificial flavorings, no preservatives and no trans fats.
EHEM… I’m looking at you Quaker. So let’s all skip the storebought oatmeal that’s been super processed and “watered down” with cheap, low quality ingredients and make some healthy oatmeal right at home! This is a really simple recipe that takes just a few minutes to prepare. You just leave it in the fridge overnight and breakfast is all done and ready for you by morning. How awesome is that?!
I love rolling out of bed knowing that the only thing I need to do to get some breakfast in my face is open my refrigerator door 😉
These easy, healthy Coconut Cream Pie Overnight Dessert Oats are packed with vitamins, minerals, whole grains, fiber, and protein… yet it tastes like dessert.
And last time I checked, dessert for breakfast is THE way to go.
These Coconut Cream Pie Overnight Dessert Oats taste like a slice of Coconut Cream Pie swirled into a bowl of oatmeal! It's packed with vitamins, minerals, whole grains, fiber, and protein... yet it tastes like dessert!
In a large bowl, stir together the milk and oats.
Stir in the melted coconut butter, then stir in the vanilla paste and stevia extract.
Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.
Enjoy the next morning!
Just for sh**s and giggles I was looking at Quaker’s instant oatmeal ingredients… what the heck is “banana flake powder” and why are there partially hydrogenated oils (trans fats) in OATS?? Oats are supposed to be healthy for crying out loud! Ugh.
Anyways, after looking at this recipe’s nutrition label, it sure sounds like a healthy breakfast to me! If you want a boost of protein, use organic soy milk instead of the almond milk, or add a scoop of your favorite vanilla protein powder (if you use a vegan protein powder, you will need to increase the milk by about ¼ cup). And if you’re not vegan, just swirl in some plain Greek yogurt!
Who knew breakfast could be such a treat?!
With love and good eats,