Overnight Oatmeal

4 Recipes That Will Make You Love Your Oatmeal

We all know that oatmeal is healthy, but many of us think that it is not the most delicious food in the world. But many of you don’t know that oatmeal it is so versatile.

You can simmer it for hours in a slow cooker or even bake it! There are so many ways to make your oatmeal delicious, and here are some recipes that will really make you love your oatmeal.

1. Apple oatmeal pancakes

Fluffy apple pancakes that you can make in your blender! As no flour is needed, these healthy pancakes are also gluten free. This recipe yields 6 medium yummy pancakes.


– 1 cup apple sauce
– 1 cup old-fashioned oats
– 1 egg
– 2 tbsp coconut oil
– 1 tbsp baking powder
– 1 tsp maple syrup
– 1 tsp vanilla extract
– ½ tsp ground cinnamon
– ¼ tsp salt
– 1 cup grated apple


Place all the ingredients except apple in a blender and blend until smooth. Stir in the apple but do not blend again. Heat pan over medium-low heat and lightly oil its surface with coconut oil or cooking spray. If you have a non-stick electric griddle, you won’t need any oil. Cook each pancake for about 3 minutes, until you see the bubbles popping up and the edges. When finished serve the pancakes immediately.

2. Banana overnight oats

Overnight oat is a simple recipe that you can prep at night, then just grab-and-go when you’re headed out for the day. The best part is it keeps you full for a long time and there are so many ways to vary this recipe that you won’t get sick of it!


– 1 large banana, mashed
– 1 cup gluten-free rolled oats
– 1 cup unsweetened almond milk
– ½ tsp vanilla extract
– ½ tsp ground cinnamon
– 1 tsp light agave syrup


In a medium bowl, use a fork and mash banana with it, add the rest of ingredients and mix until well combined. Pour the mixture into two airtight containers. Just cover the mixing bowl tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate the oats for at least 3 hours or overnight.

3. Apple pie oatmeal

There are countless variations on apple pie, but it’s also possible to infuse oatmeal with all the flavor of an all-American apple pie. Any milk will do, but using almond milk adds a nutty element that’s reminiscent of rustic pie crust.


– 1 cup steel-cut oats
– 4 cups almond milk
– 2 apples, chopped
– 1 tsp. coconut oil
– 1 tsp. cinnamon
– 1/4 tsp. nutmeg
– 2 tbsp. maple syrup
– Splash of lemon juice
– 1 diced apple


Add all ingredients except diced apple to the slow cooker and stir all together. Cook on low for 8 hours, or high for 4 hours. Stir well the pie, and transfer to separate bowls. Put on your favorite toppings, in this case, diced apple. Enjoy.

4. Asian oatmeal mushrooms

With a little bit of soy sauce mixed with peppers and onions, you can make these absolutely delicious and healthy oatmeal mushrooms. They are easy to make and hard to resist, which keeps everyone happy.


– 24 larger mushrooms
– 1/2 cup soy sauce
– 3/4 cup oats
– 1/2 cup sliced green onions
– 1/4 cup chopped red or green bell pepper
– 1 egg white
– 1 tbsp mustard
– 2 cloves minced garlic


Remove stems from mushrooms and reserve them. Place mushroom caps in a bowl and pour the soy sauce over mushrooms. Cover and marinate at least 1 hour. Chop mushrooms stem. Place in large bowl with oats, green onions, pepper, egg white, mustard and garlic and mix well. Drain mushroom caps and reserve marinade. Fill caps with mixture and place on broiler pan. Brush tops with marinade and bake about 15 minutes.