Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats

Like Tiramisu but don’t want all the sugar, excess fat, and processed ingredients?  Make these Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats!  It might not be a thick slice of Tiramisu, but after one bite, you’ll be convinced there’s a bit of a slice hiding somewhere in your bowl  😉

Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats! All the flavor of tiramisu, all the sweetness of a dessert, with all the healthfulness and nutrition of oatmeal. Refined sugar free, high protein, and gluten free too! Healthy Dessert Recipes with low calorie, low fat, low carb, high protein, gluten free, and vegan options at the Desserts With Benefits Blog (www.DessertsWithBenefits.com)

The best way to start your day?  These Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats, of course!  Skip the processed, pre-packaged, storebought oatmeal that lacks both flavor and nutrients and make your oatmeal at home.  You’d never know this is sugar free, high protein, and gluten free!

Pretty sure this is the best breakfast EVA.

Top your oats with a liberal dusting of cocoa powder and it’s like a slice of Tiramisu…  just a lil’ bowl of heaven.  These Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats are sweet, delicious, and 100% satisfying, just like dessert should be.  I mean, breakfast…  😉

Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats! All the flavor of tiramisu, all the sweetness of a dessert, with all the healthfulness and nutrition of oatmeal. Refined sugar free, high protein, and gluten free too! Healthy Dessert Recipes with low calorie, low fat, low carb, high protein, gluten free, and vegan options at the Desserts With Benefits Blog (www.DessertsWithBenefits.com)

serves 1

Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 0 minutes

Total Time: 10 minutes

Fat per serving: 12.75

Calories per serving: 380

Ingredients:

  • ¾ cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats
  • 3 packets Natural Sweetener (steviaTruvia, etc.)
  • pinch of Salt
  • ½ cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk
  • 3 tbs Strong Brewed Coffee, cooled
  • 2 tbs Plain, Nonfat Greek Yogurt
  • 1 tbs Mascarpone Cheese
  • ½ tsp Vanilla Paste (I used homemade!)
  • 1 tsp Unsweetened Dutch Processed Cocoa Powder

Directions:

  1. In a bowl, stir together the oats, packeted sweetener, and salt.
  2. Pour in the milk and coffee, then stir in the yogurt, mascarpone, and vanilla paste.  Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  3. Dust the cocoa powder over the oats before serving, then enjoy!
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I mean, if you’re up for an indulgent morning, feel free to substitute 1 tsp of the almond milk with brandy or gold rum  😉

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Here is the recipe’s nutrition label:

Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats! All the flavor of tiramisu, all the sweetness of a dessert, with all the healthfulness and nutrition of oatmeal. Refined sugar free, high protein, and gluten free too! Healthy Dessert Recipes with low calorie, low fat, low carb, high protein, gluten free, and vegan options at the Desserts With Benefits Blog (www.DessertsWithBenefits.com)

This quick and healthy recipe is packed with protein, fiber, whole grains, vitamins, and minerals.  No need for the added sugar!

Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats! All the flavor of tiramisu, all the sweetness of a dessert, with all the healthfulness and nutrition of oatmeal. Refined sugar free, high protein, and gluten free too! Healthy Dessert Recipes with low calorie, low fat, low carb, high protein, gluten free, and vegan options at the Desserts With Benefits Blog (www.DessertsWithBenefits.com)

Enjoy!

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With love and good eats,

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– Jess

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3 comments on “Healthy Tiramisu Overnight Dessert Oats”

  1. This was so yummy! For sure I’ll be making again! Thanks for sharing!

  2. Wow thanks for sharing! Made this earlier and soooo glad I did.

    I was wondering if you ever thought of making a cookbook on healthy desserts?

    I came across this review of a book called Guilt Free Desserts here: https://www.kitchenreviewboss.com/2018/06/22/review-of-guilt-free-desserts-by-kelley-herring/

    But it seems a bit biased… I was wondering if you ever read it? Seems like a great source but after making desserts for a long time and reading tons of books and blogs I think it’d be a great idea for you to write a dessert cookbook yourself!

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