{Gluten Free} Cold Overnight Oats

Overnight Oats

I hadn’t tried cold overnight oats until recently when I made this Apple Cinnamon overnight oats recipe. I prepared the recipe and the next morning, I went to try them. I admit that I was a little scared… after all, I’d only ever had hot oats. I told  myself that it really was no different than rice pudding, and I was able to have a taste with an open mind. I thought the Apple Cinnamon oats re alright, but apple cinnamon isn’t always very tasty.

I decided to give them another try with one of my favourite fruits, mango, and that did the trick! I had frozen pineapple chunks and a pineapple Chobani on hand, but you can use whatever flavour of yogurt and fruit you have available.

Nosey Eddie
He has to check out what his mama is doing. Nope, not interesting enough!

{Gluten Free} Cold Overnight Oats

Recipe by CeciliaCourse: Breakfast


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  • 1 container of flavoured Chobani Greek yogurt

  • ⅓ cup gluten-Free rolled oats

  • ½ cup unsweetened almond coconut milk {or whatever milk you prefer}

  • 1.5 tbsp chia seeds

  • Fruit for topping


  • Place the first 4 ingredients in a mason jar, put the lid on, and shake it all up.
  • Put chopped fruit in mason jar and gently stir, if desired.
  • Refrigerate overnight and if you haven’t already, stir fruit in the next morning


  • You can also use plain Greek yogurt with your favourite sweetner such as Agave syrup or Stevia; mix it in with the first 4 ingredients.


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  1. I´ll try the cold oats recipe. I´ll let you know if my stomach accepted or not. Thanks for sharing it !
    Auntie Ofes

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