Wake up with coffee overnight oats that taste like an oat milk latte! This easy oatmeal breakfast recipe is such a fun twist on overnight oats, made in minutes with brewed coffee, oat milk, tahini, chia seeds, and yogurt for extra protein. No cooking required! Each serving has 10g protein and 6g fiber. How cool that these actually keep you full?
I must confess, I had way too much fun with this recipe. Like, who doesn't want to make overnight oats that taste like coffee?! Best enjoyed while simultaneously sipping a mug of hot coffee, obviously.
It's truly all I ever wanted in a breakfast and I may never be the same!
- Oats: Rolled oats, or old fashioned oats, are best here for consistency since we're not cooking the oats.
- Coffee: Leftover strongly brewed coffee because what could be better than coffee overnight oats?!
- Oat milk: I love oat milk for creaminess and a pop of sweetness, but you can use whatever milk you love, dairy or non-dairy.
- Yogurt: For extra protein and thickness. I like plain Greek, nonfat or full-fat. Vanilla is great too! You can use regular yogurt; they'll just be thinner.
- Tahini: There's something quite special about nutty tahini paired with the bitter notes of coffee. It just works!
- Maple syrup: A touch to sweeten the oats. Use as much as you like.
- Vanilla extract: Flavor town!
- Chia seeds: For healthy fat, thickness, and fiber.
- Salt: So so important for flavor. It will be bland and totally not delish without it!
Substitutions and dietary swaps
- Vegan: Use non-dairy yogurt. My Vegan Overnight Oats are also a must!
- Oat milk: I adore the luxurious creaminess and slight sweetness of oat milk, but use any milk you prefer. I also love canned coconut milk here for richness, like my Coconut Milk Overnight Oats.
- Coffee: You could sub the brewed coffee 1-2 shots of espresso and make up the rest of the liquid with extra oat milk.
- Make it a mocha: Add 1 tbsp raw cocoa powder. Yum!
Let's make it!
Add all ingredients to a medium mixing bowl and whisk very well.
Portion into two containers, cover, and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight.
Store leftovers for up to 4 days covered in the fridge. This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled!
You can freeze these, too. Simple freeze portions in a greased muffin tin. Once frozen, place portions in a freezer baggie and freeze for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the fridge.
I hope you're as obsessed with this coffee oats recipe as I am!
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Wake up with coffee overnight oats that taste like an oat milk latte! This easy oatmeal breakfast recipe is such a fun twist on overnight oats, made in minutes with brewed coffee, oat milk, tahini, chia seeds, and yogurt for extra protein. No cooking required! How cool that these actually keep you full?
Note: prep time does not include soaking time.
- 1 cup old fashioned oats
- ½ cup strong brewed coffee, cooled
- ½ cup oat milk
- ¼ cup plain or vanilla Greek yogurt
- 2 tbsp tahini (can sub almond butter)
- 1 ½ tsp chia seeds
- 1 ½ tbsp maple syrup (to taste)
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- ⅛ tsp fine sea salt
- Add all ingredients to a medium mixing bowl and whisk very well. Taste and adjust sweetness if needed.
- Portion into two containers, cover, and refrigerate for 4 hours or overnight. Enjoy cold with whipped cream (I like to add cacao nibs for crunch) for extra delish vibes!
The salt is key for flavor here, don't be tempted to omit it!