Strawberry Vanilla Overnight Oats – Fit Foodie Finds

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These Vanilla Strawberry Overnight Oats are the perfect solution for busy mornings. This recipe is a meal-prep dream – whip up a batch of jars on Sunday, and enjoy a cool, refreshing, and oh-so-satisfying breakfast all week long.

Not only are these overnight oats tasty but they are packed with fiber and protein, which have been on the top of my mind lately!

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“I love the simplicity of overnight oats. The extra step of blending the ingredients first was worth it. These were thick and so filling that I halved each serving and ended up with breakfast for the entire week.” – Jaqueline Jackson

You may not know this, but I eat oatmeal EVERY SINGLE MORNING (unless it’s the weekend). Oats + Banana + PB is my favorite combination. 

During the warmer months, I like to mix it up and eat overnight oats and I like to soak my oats in a liquid such as almond milk, Greek yogurt, etc. For this creative overnight oats recipe, I decided to bring strawberries to the center stage, puree them with Greek yogurt and almond milk, and then mix that deliciousness with rolled oats.

Must-Have Ingredients for Strawberry Overnight Oats

  • Liquid (almond milk, milk, Kiefer, etc): Makes the oats super creamy. I like to mix plain Greek yogurt and almond milk for my liquid. 
  • Rolled Oats: I have found that using rolled oats gives it a much better texture. 
  • Chia Seeds: Chia seeds make everything better, and add a healthy dose of Omegas to your meal.
  • Sweetener (maple syrup, honey, etc.): If you don’t use sweet almond milk or flavored yogurt, I suggested a few teaspoons of honey, but that’s just my preference!
  • Fresh strawberries: I sliced these and mixed them directly into the overnight oat mixture. Don’t worry about them being too chunky, as we blend them up in a high-speed blender. 

How long do overnight oats need to soak before I can eat them?

We recommend at least 2 hours so the oats can soak up all the liquid.

Overnight oats with toppings

here’s a tip!

We HIGHLY recommend blending the Greek yogurt, almond milk, honey, and strawberries together. It makes the oats super creamy and smooth. 

Variations and Substitutions

  • Any type of milk will work for this recipe. If you want to use non-dairy milk, I suggest using almond milk, cashew milk, soy milk, or coconut milk
  • I used honey as my sweetener, but pure maple syrup would be a great choice!
  • Swap the vanilla extract for almond extract for a different flavor profile. 
  • Boost the protein by adding a scoop of protein powder to your overnight oat mixture. Check out our Guide to the Best Protein Powder.
  • Swap the Greek yogurt for regular yogurt or non-dairy yogurt to keep things dairy-free. 

Can I make a big batch of this recipe for meal prep?

Absolutely! This recipe makes 3 servings, so you can double it for the week if you like! Store each serving in an airtight container to grab for an easy breakfast throughout the week. Keep in mind that the oats will only last for around 5 days in the fridge, so you may want to disperse some extra oats into each serving to make 5 servings instead of 6. 

A spoonful of overnight oats with walnuts

Storing Strawberry Overnight Oats

Since this recipe makes 3 savings, I recommend storing the oats in mason jars or airtight containers. The oats will last in the fridge for up to 5 days.

Serving Overnight Oats

If you want to ramp up the protein but don’t want to add protein powder to your oats, serve up your oats alongside some breakfast classics like hard boiled eggs (in oven), cheesy sous vide egg bites, or oven-baked bacon!

overnight oats in a jar

Creamy Strawberry Vanilla Overnight Oats

These Strawberry Vanilla Overnight Oats are a breakfast meal-prep miracle! All you have to do is throw all of the ingredients into a jar, let them sit overnight, and breakfast is ready in the morning.

Prep:2 hours

Cook:0 minutes

Total:2 hours

Fat 11

Carbs 42

Protein 15


  • 1 cup nonfat, plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk or any kind of milk
  • 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries
  • 1.5 cup rolled oats
  • 3 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon honey


  • First, blend Greek yogurt, almond milk, honey, and strawberries together. It will look like a strawberry milkshake!

  • Next, place the mixture into a medium-size bowl and mix in 3 tablespoons chia seeds and 1 teaspoon of vanilla. Then, mix in rolled oatmeal.

  • Place in refrigerator overnight or for at least 2 hours. Top with your favorite toppings and enjoy!

Tips & Notes

  • Before serving, feel free to add a splash of milk to thin things out depending on how thick you like it.
  • Option to add 2 tablespoons of protein powder. We recommend plain or vanilla!

Nutrition facts

Calories: 321kcal Carbohydrates: 42g Protein: 15g Fat: 11g Fiber: 9g Sugar: 10g


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