Banana Overnight Oats {With Honey and Almond Butter}

If you’ve never tried overnight oats, you are going to love this delicious recipe. It combines some of my favorite pantry staples into an ultra convenient and delicious breakfast recipe!

Banana Overnight Oats

Banana Overnight Oats

These honey, almond butter, and banana overnight oats have a delicious touch of sweetness with every bite, giving this nutritious breakfast idea a natural energy boost to help us start the day.

As you can see from the video, overnight oats are really easy to make. What I love about this particular recipe is that there is no cooking required, just a quick assembly line of ingredients and the refrigerator (plus time) does the rest.

If you follow this blog, you know that I’m always trying and creating recipes that can become grab-and-go fuel for our busy mornings. What you might not know is that I pack breakfast for my husband daily, which he proceeds to eat at the office a few hours later.

Oats and Honey

He likes to eat these honey overnight oats lightly warmed in the microwave, while I tend to eat them cold.

I’m on a mission to prove that eating healthier as a family doesn’t have to be difficult. You can use fresh, whole ingredients without spending hours in the kitchen or making meals that will spark protest from the kids.

I found that recipes like this were so popular among my readers, I decided to create a 30-day whole eating plan called the Family KickStart Program. It focuses on food your whole family can enjoy together while eliminating sugars and processed food. Check out the Family KickStart Program here.

Honey, Almond Butter, and Banana Overnight Oats: Delicious Breakfast that's easy and sweet for busy mornings.

Almond Butter Overnight Oats

I also love making healthy breakfasts to fuel my kids for the day. Between school, karate, swim team, gymnastics, theater classes, and everything else my kids are doing, they need a lot of energy to be active kids. During the week, I prefer to feed them nutritious breakfasts like oats, eggs, or fresh fruit and yogurt so they’ll be full until lunch. And this lightly honey-sweetened breakfast does just that!

Sure, you can make oatmeal in the morning and drizzle it with honey, but overnight oats have a thicker and heartier texture that I just love to eat.

This recipe is also one that my kids can help prepare. They can measure the ingredients and pour them into the mason jars. My daughter, who loves honey, always tries to sneak an extra drizzle or two in her jars. Some of my favorite memories happened when my kids were helping me in the kitchen!

What do you love to drizzle honey over?

Honey, Almond Butter, and Banana Overnight Oats: Delicious Breakfast that's easy and sweet for busy mornings.

Honey, Almond Butter, and Banana Overnight Oats

Honey, Almond Butter, and Banana Overnight Oats: Delicious Breakfast that's easy and sweet for busy mornings.

Overnight oats are a great way to have a delicious and nutritious breakfast ready to go in the morning.

  • Author: Laura Fuentes
  • Yield: 4 servings
  • Category: Breakfast

Ingredients

  • 2-4 teaspoons honey
  • 2 teaspoons ground flax
  • 2 cups old-fashioned oats
  • 3 cups unsweetened almond milk
  • 4 tablespoons almond butter
  • 2 bananas, divided

Instructions

  1. On a flat surface, place 4 bowls or lidded glass jars. Fill each with 1/2 teaspoon ground flax, 1/2 cup oats, 3/4 cup milk, and1 tablespoon almond butter.
  2. Peel and mash one banana. Divide mashed banana into the four oat mixtures. Pour milk over the banana and oat mixture and with a spoon, combine ingredients.
  3. Refrigerate for 8 hours or overnight.
  4. When ready to eat, serve cold or warm up for 30 seconds in the microwave. Slice remaining banana, top each oat mixture with banana slices and drizzle 1 teaspoon of honey over the top. Combine and enjoy.

Keywords: almond butter overnight oats, honey oats, oats and honey, paleo overnight oats, banana nut overnight oats, banana overnight oats

 

Leave a Reply 202 comments

Tasha - April 11, 2016 Reply

I am excited for breakfast tomorrow! 🙂 I love your recipes! I always have the ingredients! Most of the time I run straight to the kitchen after reading your blog posts. I usually make my oatmeal with honey for natural sweetener and I never thought to add to my overnight oats. Thank you Laura.

    Laura Fuentes - April 12, 2016 Reply

    Enjoy this recipe Tasha! I am so excited to hear that you nearly always have my ingredients on hand! Thank you!!

      Brenda Oliver - January 29, 2018 Reply

      Do you have a break down of carbs, protien and calories for those of us on a restricted diet?

        Laura Fuentes - January 30, 2018 Reply

        Hi Brenda, check out the recipe. I’ve updated the ingredients to show the nutrition label. It calculates based on 2 teaspoons of honey, just a drizzle is all you need.

    Kimberly - April 20, 2016 Reply

    I love honey on almost everything! One of my favorites (and my son’s) is a peanut butter sandwich with sliced bananas and honey. I get complex carbs, protein, and simple carbs in one sandwich! When I was younger I used to make a version Grape Nuts cereal that was heated. You cook it in the microwave. You put Grapenuts in a bowl with milk and butter and honey and heat it for about 3 minutes. It makes this delicious porridge like dish that is comforting and soooo good!!

Joy Hingston - April 11, 2016 Reply

I love drizzling honey on peanut bread on wheat toast. Slightly warm and oh so good 🙂

    Laura Fuentes - April 12, 2016 Reply

    The BEST!

      Kenz - February 24, 2017 Reply

      What’s the calories for one serving?

        Laura Fuentes - February 27, 2017 Reply

        Hi Kenz,
        I don’t typically calculate the nutritional content for my recipes since I focus on real and fresh ingredients. You can, however, insert the ingredients in an online calorie calculator easily!

Tara - April 12, 2016 Reply

Toast with peanut butter and honey!! Recipe looks delicious… Now I’m hungry 😉

Marga - April 12, 2016 Reply

I think that my favorite way to drizzle honey is over a simple buttered toast.

Susan Johnson - April 12, 2016 Reply

Hi Laura 🙂
Honestly, my favorite thing to drizzle honey on is a warm sopapilla. Oh how I miss my days in South Texas!!!

Annette Nelms - April 12, 2016 Reply

When my elementary school-age children go on school field trips they’re required to bring a nut free lunch since many of their peers have nut allergies. For these field trips we make banana honey sandwiches. You can either slice the bananas or mash them. You could even sprinkle a little cinnamon on there & your little one has a yummy lunch to look forward to eating.

Jenn B - April 12, 2016 Reply

We make homemade Cinnamon Glazed Popcorn and drizzling honey over boring popcorn is icing on the cake for movie night. The kids simply love it.

Kay - April 12, 2016 Reply

Wow, this looks amazing! I love to drizzle honey in my matcha latte that I make at home!

Kay - April 12, 2016 Reply

This looks delish! My favorite way to drizzle honey is in my matcha latte!

Emily - April 13, 2016 Reply

Whenever the kids have a sore throat they ask for a simple but soothing honey-lemon tea. Squeeze a lemon into hot water, and then drizzle in the honey. Better than a cough drop!

Courtney - April 15, 2016 Reply

How early can these be made ahead? How long will it last in the fridge? Thanks!

    Kathy - April 18, 2016 Reply

    I’ve seen folks make up a large batch that lasts in the fridge for 3-4 days at least. Ours get eaten before then, but they do hold up well! If you like a bit more of a chewy texture you can use steel cut oats and they’d be less mushy as the days pass! (I usually do half rolled oats and half steel cut.)

Shalena - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey on frozen yogurt.
I also give some to the kids when they have a sore throat.

Catherine l. - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey in my hot tea, hot oatmeal with cinnamon & brown sugar and any breakfast sandwich. 🙂

Bonnie N. - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love to drizzle honey over homemade yogurt.

JoeyfromSC - April 17, 2016 Reply

This is a great recipe! Can’t wait to try it!

I love honey & drizzle it on everything! Lol..But my fave thing to drizzle honey on is my bagel with cream cheese, then drizzle the honey on top!! Yum!

Joey J.

Melissa G - April 17, 2016 Reply

My family has been sugar-free for over a month, so honey has become a main staple in the kitchen for sweetening coffee and tea, on yogurt, and in our baking.

Breanna - April 17, 2016 Reply

Thank you for the recipe! One of my favorite things to drizzle honey on is air-popped popcorn. I add honey and black pepper to give the popcorn an added twist of flavor!

Jessica Ann Reno - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love either whipped honey or regular honey on toast or in my tea.

Megan - April 17, 2016 Reply

My favorite way to drizzle honey is on a waffle.

Cynthia - April 17, 2016 Reply

I like to add honey to unsweetened yougurt with fresh fruit and a little bit of homemade granola for crunch.

Araceli Kimberlin - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love drizzling honey on warm tortillas smothered with butter. Yum!

Trish - April 17, 2016 Reply

My favorite way to use honey is on fish. I drizzle it and a little lemon over my panko and bake! Yummy!!!

Julie - April 17, 2016 Reply

Honey on warm English muffins…heck, muffins of any sort!

Megan - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love using my honey on English muffins and PB. Fave! I use it all the time though! Excited to try this overnight oats recipe!

Kelly - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey over my leftover biscuits from biscuits and Gravy. Thanks for the recipe!! Can’t wait to try it

LaTanya - April 17, 2016 Reply

I like honey in my yogurt and on my pancakes.

Maureen Sroufe - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love honey and peanut butter sandwiches. Sometimes we add bananas.

In the summer we drizzle it over grilled fruit such as peaches or plums and have with ice cream.

suzanne arrison - April 17, 2016 Reply

Laura, I loved how you shared your heart and how you felt afraid to try something new! I am so proud of you doing the broadcast entirely in Spanish. That took practice and courage. Way to go! I love your blog and the recipes are simple and delicious. Thank you! I use honey in my hot tea. Honey is a staple in my home with warm oatmeal, drizzled on peanut butter sandwiches and lastly, heated up and mixed with lemon when someone has a cold or painful throat.

Jen J - April 17, 2016 Reply

Yummy on whole milk plain yogurt.

Susannah - April 17, 2016 Reply

As a child, I loved honey sandwiches! As an adult, honey and apples is a favorite snack of mine. It is quick and yummy!

Cortney Jacobs - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love the taste of drizzled honey over hot pancakes

Alisha Soukaseume - April 17, 2016 Reply

Honey is a favorite for my son and I! One of our favorite snacks is Greek yogurt with fresh fruit, granola and honey.

Rosanna Perrigo - April 17, 2016 Reply

I grew up drizzling honey on slices of cheddar cheese. Now when I want something comforting I grab for the honey and cheddar.

Crystal Wieland - April 17, 2016 Reply

I will definitely try this recipe. I love to use honey to sweeten by homemade gluten free granola and my Guilt-free banana/avocado/chocolate pudding. Yum!

Sara - April 17, 2016 Reply

Honey drizzled over everything is yummy but we love it in a tortilla roll-up with peanut butter!

Nicole - April 17, 2016 Reply

I like to give my kids some local raw honey to help fend off allergies.

Candy khan - April 17, 2016 Reply

Yum! We love honey drizzled over peanut butter smeared apples.

Andrea Smith - April 17, 2016 Reply

Looks Yummy! Could you use steal cut oats?
I love honey on my cereal and on my toast!

Chika - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love overnight steel cut oats (cooked in my slow cooker) drizzled with honey and almond butter in the morning. Yum!!

Tessa R - April 17, 2016 Reply

We drizzle honey over plain yogurt mixed with fresh or frozen berries. Honey is also our go-to sore throat/cough medicine, maybe with a little propolis added!

Laurie Cacciabando - April 17, 2016 Reply

YUM!

Julie - April 17, 2016 Reply

On my honeymoon we ate amazing little banana pancakes with honey drizzled on top.
That was one of my favorite ways ever to have honey, although I also love honey drizzled on my oatmeal every morning and so do my kids!

Polly - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love honey on biscuits — gluten free ones for us!

Elizabeth - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love honey in my hot tea and drizzled on peanut butter on warm toast or biscuits.

Joan Aydelette - April 17, 2016 Reply

Looks yumy! Will try this week!

Mindy G - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love it on hot wheat bread straight from the oven! That and banana, peanut butter and honey sandwiches.

Cheryl - April 17, 2016 Reply

Our family eats a lot of chicken and one of their favorite recipes to give the chicken a great flavor calls for a honey and citrus marinade.

Rosanna - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey in my morning smoothie.

Penelope - April 17, 2016 Reply

I have been soaking oats for years but never thought to add almond butter and honey. Yum. My fav use of honey is toasted seeded bread with thin slices of pear, goats cheese, walnuts and honey drizzled. It’s the best!!

Heidi - April 17, 2016 Reply

I like to make toast, spread with PB or almond butter, sliced banana and a drizzle of honey.

Ann - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love it in our oats… with pancakes…with waffles. We also add honey to our lemon juice and black tea!!!

Christina - April 17, 2016 Reply

I think it’s wonderful that you make breakfast for your husband every day! I think I will start doing the same, starting with this recipe! Thank you for all your wonderful, nutritious ideas!!!

Courtnie - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love it in our ginger tea, fresh ginger, lemon and honey are wonderful! I also like it with warm water and apple cider vinegar.

Jaimie - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love honey drizzled over sliced bananas, sprinkled with cinnamon. Sometimes I add almond butter and bread with it to make a sandwich.

suzanne kirkland - April 17, 2016 Reply

This looks amazing. My 3 yr old watched the video with me and said “ooooh! yummy! make dat!” So, there you go. 😉

Vero - April 17, 2016 Reply

we use honey to sweeten up some of our smoothies

Jennifer Shumake - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love a drizzle of honey on whole wheat toast with peanut butter. My favorite way to use honey is in a lightened version of an Oriental dressing. So good!

Catherine - April 17, 2016 Reply

Love honey on toast. Simple but delicious.

TDelValle - April 17, 2016 Reply

This sounds yummy! I’m so going to try your recipe. Thanks for sharing. I love honey on my Greek yogurt. It’s yogurt, granola, blueberry, strawberry and lots of honey. Delicious!!!

Sara - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love honey drizzled over bananas. I have found it’s a great snack for my kids, too!

Wendy - April 17, 2016 Reply

We love honey on fresh, hot bread.

Charlene Woodford - April 17, 2016 Reply

I like to drizzle honey on sour cream inside of a hot crepe fresh off the griddle! Delish!

KC - April 17, 2016 Reply

I love overnight oats. Thanks for the awesome recipe. I love drizzling honey or even PB over green monster smoothies!

Reem - April 17, 2016 Reply

Hi Laura!
I have made overnight oats in the past ( which I love so much) but will now add honey and bananas! Thanks for the recipe!
I often use honey as a cough remedy and have used some instead of syrup on French toast:)

Megan - April 17, 2016 Reply

My favorite guilty pleasure is to make myself vanilla ice cream with graham crackers (or animal crackers), and a liberal drizzle of honey. It tastes just like the fried ice cream from Mexican restaurants. The semi-frozen honey is AMAZING.

Jodi Escalante - April 17, 2016 Reply

This recipe looks wonderful! I can’t wait to try it. I love honey in my oatmeal or drizzled on a lightly toasted slice of gluten free bread. I “catch” my son (4yrs) and my daughter (2yrs) sneaking honey from the tub and licking it off the spoon. :). Who can blame them when the honey is fresh and local?!

Theresa O - April 17, 2016 Reply

Love, love, love! So glad for another idea for honey. My kids love honey, who wouldn’t, it’s like candy-and they enjoy it on peanut butter toast, but this is a great way to get them to try oatmeal, as they’ve been hesitant. Thank you!

Tara S. - April 17, 2016 Reply

After workouts I like to make honey and peanut butter roll ups. I spread peanut butter on a tortilla and then add the honey. Boom, fast post workout meal on the go. Thanks for sharing your overnight oats. I have tried it before and it hasn’t worked for me, so I am excited to try this recipe.

Thuy n. - April 17, 2016 Reply

I use honey to make homemade granola.

Lisa Argo - April 17, 2016 Reply

Local honey, especially wildflower, is my favorite topping on pancakes. I drizzle it on a big dollop of Greek yogurt and sprinkle with mini chocolate chips and pecans. It’s like eating cake with a thick creamy sweet icing. In general, honey is my favorite sweetner. It goes in my tea, on my morning yogurt, and in peanut butter and banana sandwiches. Your overnight oatmeal recipe sounds delightful. I can’t wait to try it!

Lindsay - April 17, 2016 Reply

Can’t wait to try this recipe! We love honey, especially on pancakes, in shakes, or in our oatmeal 🙂

Melissa - April 17, 2016 Reply

I drizzle honey in my homemade salad dressing!

Tina Bradford - April 18, 2016 Reply

Hot tea, any kind… banana pancakes… yogurt… Hot buttered flour tortillas, yummy… gonna try the popcorn idea in the comments… I use maple syrup in my oatmeal, gonna switch it up with honey… thank you

Louise - April 18, 2016 Reply

This looks so delicious I can’t wait to try it☺️

Jen B - April 18, 2016 Reply

My girls love almond butter toast with a fancy drizzle of honey. So love this recipe. It will be made for them tonight! Fingers crossed that my 13 yr. old will learn to like oatmeal again. Always love getting flax seed into their growing bodies. Thanks Laura for your creativity & passion. You are making a difference to many.

Kristi - April 18, 2016 Reply

Overnight oats and smoothies

Tiare King - April 18, 2016 Reply

On sleepless nights I like to warm up some milk with honey. I tilt the pot and whisk to make some foam and sprinkle a dash of cinnamon on top. Puts me out like a baby. Also I love over night oats and can’t wait to try yours! I have tried it with Greek yogurt, honey, almond milk, and pumpkin purée. It’s good but sometimes I’m not in the mood for pumpkin.

Stacy L - April 18, 2016 Reply

Thanks for the great recipe! It is so nice to have overnight oats ready to grab on a busy morning. I love to sweeten my turmeric (cinnamon, black pepper, and ginger) almond milk with honey.

Lori - April 18, 2016 Reply

Thank you for your Yummy & inspiring recipes! I can’t wait to try overnight oatmeal because that’s one of my favorite things to drizzle honey on along with fresh fruit & smoothies as a healthy way to add a little extra sweetness!

Jennifer Partridge - April 18, 2016 Reply

Mmm! Your recipe for overnight oats sounds GREAT!!! 😉

I love to drizzle honey in my tea with lemon! 🙂

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Ubermamma - April 18, 2016 Reply

We love honey toast, to sweeten muffins/baking goods, pb&honey sandwiches and even a little local honey during allergy season 🙂

Jennifer L - April 18, 2016 Reply

I mostly use honey in my baking as a sugar replacement, but my husband loves it in his coffee!

Kim - April 18, 2016 Reply

I put some honey in my smoothies 🙂

Michelle Laws - April 18, 2016 Reply

I use honey in my homemade granola, and to sweeten your recipe for cookie dough yoghurt parfaits. My kids eat your yoghurt nearly daily as a snack. Thank you!!

Pattie in Vermont - April 18, 2016 Reply

One of our favorite breakfasts when the children were home was sliced bananas, honey, and cinnamon stirred into plain homemade yogurt. So yummy. Looking forward to trying your overnight oatmeal as I am back on the healthy breakfast bandwagon…

Kristie Peterson - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love to add honey to my smoothies to sweeten them. My kids love honey on everything!

Karen Sablich - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love honey, but never thought to put in oats! I use honey every day in tea, smoothies, and especially when my children or I begin to feel sick and cough. Honey is so soothing and can help suppress coughs and alleviate allergy symptoms of it is local honey.

Kathleen Kiyak - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle a little honey in my coffee or also love to use it in my home made energy bars that I take to work for a snack.

Firemanswife - April 18, 2016 Reply

I just love using your recipes and can’t wait to try this one.

Sarah - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love to add honey to a Greek yogurt parfait for a tasty breakfast. Layer Greek yogurt, berries, and honey. Top with toasted almonds. YUM!

Michele - April 18, 2016 Reply

I’ve been using honey as my sweetener for my overnight oats, but I LOVE using honey as my sweetener in my Chai tea! It’s the best! 🙂

Juli - April 18, 2016 Reply

I use honey in my viniagrette. Friends usually asks me for my recipe.

Natalie - April 18, 2016 Reply

We use honey alot in our house…teas, sandwiches, toast, fruit dips and more! 🙂

Krista - April 18, 2016 Reply

This looks yummy 🙂 Honey is a staple in our household from scratchy throats to toast. One of the favorites is in plain yogurt with cinnamon.

Kristina - April 18, 2016 Reply

That sounds yummy! I like to use honey in my baking and in tea!

Cristina - April 18, 2016 Reply

My whole family loves to drizzle honey over peanut butter, sprinkle that with some cinnamon and serve it with a spoon. It’s a great snack and curbs hunger.

Chris Pannier - April 18, 2016 Reply

I am a honey freak. I an constantly sucking on flavored honey sticks to satisfy my sweet tooth. I use it in my coffee, tea, oatmeal and hot cereals, on baked chicken, even in salad dressings as a sweetener.
I have made overnight oats many times and this is a new combination that I can’t wait to try.

Maria - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love to slice apples, sprinkle them with cinnamon and then drizzle honey over. Kids love it too!

Kathy C - April 18, 2016 Reply

I like to add honey to smoothies and drizzle on plain vanilla ice cream. We had our own bees last year and had 9 gallons of honey, so we have plenty to use up. I like to make granola with it and make my own honey mustard sauce for dipping.

Michelle - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love honey in all sorts of things – most recently I used it to help soothe my young ones cough…

Stacie - April 18, 2016 Reply

We love honey in our house! Especially local honey that we can get at our local weekend farmer’s market. I love to put honey on my fresh baked biscuits, add it to a cup of hot tea with lemon, or just have a spoonful of plain honey to help build up the immune system and aid in allergy season.

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Kathy D - April 18, 2016 Reply

We use honey so much in our house! It’s a great sweetener for my tea, coffee, baked goods, overnight oats, and helps soothe a sore throat, too! I love honey!

L Thatcher - April 18, 2016 Reply

I drizzle honey on plain non-fat Greek yogurt and then top in with homemade granola.

Ellen - April 18, 2016 Reply

Baked sweet potatoes, topped with walnuts and a drizzle of honey. A lightly sweet dessert I had in a little bed and breakfast, in Spain, years ago.

nicole haley - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love to add a bit of honey to a glass of tea in the morning with a slice of lemon. Hmmmm. So yummy and relaxing!

Kellie Jobe - April 18, 2016 Reply

I love honey in my tea!

Wendy - April 18, 2016 Reply

I have been incorporating more honey for a substitute in my baking. It’s been working well and things seem more moist. Our favorite way to drizzle honey is on homemade corn bread. It is so delicious.

Angie - April 18, 2016 Reply

Yum! My favorite way to use honey is to thinly slice a pear. Add a bit of blue cheese or other Sharp cheese, drizzle honey, and top with a walnut half. So yummy!

Margaret Ledbetter - April 18, 2016 Reply

Love this oat recipe…but as I’m Scottish I should like my porridge huh! And I do!
As far as using honey…I use it like most of the others…but my favourite is to fool my grandkids with their smoothies! They are a 2 year old, and almost 4 and I can put spinach…kale…sweet potato etc. in their smoothies and then add some honey and they guzzle it down! As a babysitting grandma…4 days a week, I do give them junk food too, and they love getting into grandma’s dark chocolate…but it’s all okay! They are my loves…my girls!

Jasie - April 18, 2016 Reply

We love honey on plain yogurt and fresh berries.

Jaymee - April 18, 2016 Reply

Excited to try out this recipe!
We go through so much honey in our house because my daughter is sensitive to sugar. I use it almost everyday as a sweetener.
My favourite way to use honey is glazed over roast carrots. The only way miss 6 and master 3 will eat carrot thats not hidden.

Gill - April 18, 2016 Reply

Honey goes well with so many things- just depends on the mood! Fresh bed or bagel with butter and honey, in coffee or over plain yogurt!

Ruby Miller - April 19, 2016 Reply

A light drizzle of honey with a bit of balsamic vinegar makes a great dressing for a roasted veggies salad.

Tricia - April 19, 2016 Reply

We love honey in our coffee and on our Weetabix cereal.

Amy - April 19, 2016 Reply

we love honey! My fav is in our protein balls and anytime my son or I has a sore throat we eat it off the spoon 🙂

Toni garcia - April 19, 2016 Reply

I have been wondering about overnight oats…. Thank you for this! I cannot wait to try them!

We love honey on tortillas and sopapillas.

Aubrey - April 19, 2016 Reply

We like to use honey to make granola and baklava!

    Laura Fuentes - April 19, 2016 Reply

    I LOVE Baklava!

Lori Black - April 20, 2016 Reply

Peanut Butter and honey on toast. I also use honey to sweeten my coffee!

Veronica Wennekamp - April 20, 2016 Reply

While not a big oat fan this recipe sounds amazing! I will give it a try.

My favorite way to use honey, while not conventional, is on a peanut butter and honey sandwich (preferably on wheat bread), honey works with the peanut butter to give you a wonderful tasty treat! Try it for yourself! Along with a glass of ice cold milk, nothing is a better meal (I’ve even eaten it for breakfast!)

Amanda Edwards - April 20, 2016 Reply

I use honey for everything from seasonal allergies to sore throats to sweetening tea! It’s one of my fav staples in the kitchen!

Priya Bradfield - April 20, 2016 Reply

We love honey with peanut butter on toast in the mornings.

Cassie Noyes - April 20, 2016 Reply

Apples and honey are the best. Yum!!!

Shelbi Evans - April 20, 2016 Reply

Hi, Laura! We put honey on about EVERY thing in our household… A quick and simple snack that I make for my daughter is greek yogurt, fruit, a little bit of granola with a drizzle of honey on top. She loves it! I also put honey in smoothies.. my go to smoothie for now is greek yogurt, 1 orange, tsp of honey, tsp vanilla extract, almond milk, and ice. Tastes like a dream sickle but much better for you =)

Nancy - April 20, 2016 Reply

Looks yummy! I use honey in a variety of uses – – to sweeten my oatmeal, hubby uses it to sweeten his coffee, in marinades and in sauces. My favorite is drizzled over peanut butter toast with sliced banana. It’s good no matter how you use it.

Sara - April 20, 2016 Reply

We love to put honey on fresh, warm flour tortillas, and on peanut butter sandwiches! <3 LOL, we even like to just scoop the spoon in a jar and eat a spoon full of honey.

Jennifer A - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love drizzling honey on toast in the mornings!!

What an awesome giveaway! Good luck, everyone!

theresa krier - April 20, 2016 Reply

Hi, we love to drizzle honey in tea & on corn muffins, yum! Thanks

Lauren - April 20, 2016 Reply

We love honey in our house. I especially like to drizzle it on cereal or oatmeal instead of sugar. Sometimes I will even eat a small spoonful by itself. LOVE honey!

Misty - April 20, 2016 Reply

I never thought to put honey in my overnight oats!

The last time I used honey, I put it in my green smoothie.
1 1/2 c mixed frozen berries & bananas
1 cup spinach (I make freezer smoothie kits, and thaw the night before)
OJ (for iron absorption)
and honey 🙂

Erin - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey on a piece of peanut butter toast!

AB - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love using honey to make homemade granola!!!

Chris - April 20, 2016 Reply

As a runner, I need an easy pre-race meal and my go-to meal is just toast with honey. Simple, tastes great, and easy to digest before a race. I also use it in my home-made granola and overnight oats as well.

Melissa Adams - April 20, 2016 Reply

I absolutely love your recipes! Simple, yet amazing! I can’t wait to try this one. Honey is something we do not go without in my household. We use it in hot beverages instead of sugar; we use it on our homemade yogurt – made weekly; we drizzle it over toast, English muffins and biscuits; we have even replaced the BBQ sauce with honey in many recipes. My favorite it to use it in hot teas. Will definitely try this overnight oats recipe. Thank you, Laura!

Becky - April 20, 2016 Reply

Over a biscuit!

CAROLINA OTTINGER - April 20, 2016 Reply

We use honey for a glutton free lasagna recipie, instead of brown sugar!

Stephanie - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love to use honey to sweeten smoothies for a quick breakfast.

Dottie Sutter - April 20, 2016 Reply

I cant wait to try this recipe! My favorite way to drizzle honey is in my hot tea, over oatmeal and over bananas!

Amy Duffer - April 20, 2016 Reply

Excited to try this. No more McDonald’s on the way to school!!

Mitzi Cline - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love honey! One of my family’s favorite recipes is a protein breakfast bar using honey, peanut butter, rolled oats, and other goodies I put in. 🙂

Paola Chuakay - April 20, 2016 Reply

Since my daughter (and I myself too) loves every kind of homemade fresh smoothie, I’ve used just a bit of honey in our smoothies as a natural sweetener. The light sweetness surely makes a wholesome difference!

Marissa - April 20, 2016 Reply

Recipe looks great! This is probably not a common one, but I’m Latin and I love honey with fried yucca! Also with corn tortillas (not mexican style corn tortillas – these are more like pupusas or arepas)! Yummy!

Kayla - April 20, 2016 Reply

What a great idea! Although I am happy to eat honey straight from the bear, I love to use a tiny bit in my smoothies. I use plain yogurt and fresh fruit and veggies. Sometimes we get a slightly tangy plain yogurt or a batch of blueberries that’s a little more sour then sweet. That little bit of honey can really help.

HLK - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love honey drizzled on plain greek yogurt. Yum!

Esther McGraw-Edwards - April 20, 2016 Reply

I and my family love honey. We use it for the over night oatmeal, in tea, as a snack on bread slices with peanut butter, as a substitute in many recipes, and in coffee. We also use it as a home remedy to relieve nausea. Simply mix honey with ginger and lemon juice and drink to counter act nausea.

Other ways I use it is as a moisture lotion. I mix raw honey with olive oil, a squeeze of lemon and lotion myself skin. it really helps to keep my skin soft.

The last thing I can think we use honey is for a soar throat relief. We mix honey with lemon essential oil and peppermint oil then drink it. This really is fast acting and feel so good when any of us have a soar throat.

Heather - April 20, 2016 Reply

1 tsp mixed in with some plain Greek yogurt

Frances - April 20, 2016 Reply

As a kid, my favorite snack was “bread and butter and honey.” 🙂 Now that I can’t do that every day, I love to sweeten a nightly cup of almond milk with honey and cinnamon.

Debbie - April 20, 2016 Reply

This looks so yummy! Brie. That’s what I love to drizzle honey over!

Sarah - April 20, 2016 Reply

This is pretty much our morning oatmeal recipe, but I’m excited to know I can prep this the night before (with less rush in the morning!) and it will taste just as great, if not better. Love what you do!

Lisa - April 20, 2016 Reply

Favorite way to use honey: in my daily tea! Also like to drizzle a little (and with a little cracked pepper) over Manchego cheese as an appetizer. And use as a substitute sweetener in quick breads.

gwen - April 20, 2016 Reply

we love to use honey our smoothies and tea! excited to try this recipe!

CarrieP - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love cooked carrot’s with honey. yumm…

Erica Marion - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love honey over Popeye’s biscuits!!

Anna - April 20, 2016 Reply

I am a new convert to honey. I am starting to use it to replace sugar in many of my recipes, and even my morning coffee.

Crystal - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love to use honey as a sweeter! My all time favorite is honey and natural peanut butter mixed together eaten straight up with a spoon. My kids love it too!

Janette - April 20, 2016 Reply

It sounds weird, but my kids love to dip string cheese or chunks of cheddar into honey for a quick snack.

I love the idea of doing the oats in separate glass jars!

Sherry - April 20, 2016 Reply

I just discovered the wonderful taste of honey and have been putting it on everything. My favorite way to have it is on warm homemade buttermilk biscuits.

Erin - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love PB and honey on english muffins. The best. Especially with banana slices.

Tracy - April 20, 2016 Reply

We love to put honey with our tea to help with a cough.

Amanda - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love honey on my homemade cresent rolls.

Kelly - April 20, 2016 Reply

Honey drizzled over toasted, buttered crumpets is one of my favorite things in the world. Yum!!!!

Tracy - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love to use honey in my pancake recipe (from you of course) and in mini muffins.

Debbie - April 20, 2016 Reply

My favorite thing to eat honey on is buttered toast…yum yum.

Faith - April 20, 2016 Reply

I like honey in my tea and with almond butter to give it some yummy sweetness.

Jane - April 20, 2016 Reply

For me not only is honey a natural sweetener but medication. I have had many stomach issues and for the last 2 months I have been drinking two tablespoons of honey in a cup of hot water. I do this before eating and drinking anything else. IT has really made a difference.

Lizzette - April 20, 2016 Reply

We Luv honey on oatmeal, tea, yogurt and granola! Yummz

Renee Schuhmacher - April 20, 2016 Reply

I use honey to sweeten my tea and to make marinades but after looking at your recipe I can see that I’ve been short changing my family. I’m going to look at using it for more recipes from now on.

Melody Moxley - April 20, 2016 Reply

Oats recipe sounds great. I love to use honey in my tea and on my toast!

Beth Wade - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love plain yogurt with a little honey! Mixing cinnmon & honey together to spread on homemade bread is delicious, too! I also like to mix honey & cocoa powder to make a chocolate syrup that stirred in warm milk makes the best hot cocoa!!

Susan - April 20, 2016 Reply

Love honey on sopapillas but it’s great for overnight oats, too!

Colleen - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love dipping my chicken in honey. A little savory…a little sweet. Yum!

Monica Navarrete - April 20, 2016 Reply

I have lived honey since I was a kid on everything from morning toast to my hot teas. What I started doing a few years ago is drizzling it over my carrots while they steam which the family loves plus we sometimes use it in a roasted veggie recipe. Yum!

Julie - April 20, 2016 Reply

I like honey lemon tea; especially when I feel a cold coming on.

Valerie W - April 20, 2016 Reply

We love honey with sunbutter on rice cakes for lunch, or drizzled over pancakes, or mixed with nuts for a snack.

Colleen M - April 20, 2016 Reply

I love to drizzle honey on hot oatmeal!

Talia B. - April 20, 2016 Reply

We just made a yummy honey cake. I love honey!

Ann Clepper - April 21, 2016 Reply

Honey on toast with bananas is my favorite. Can’t wait to try this!

Laura G. - April 21, 2016 Reply

Ah,yes, my husband is half Greek,so we’ve made many batches of baklava over the years! Currently, one child loves Apple’s with peanut butter and honey as a breakfast, and another just loves raw honey….on a spoon!

Crystal Webb - April 21, 2016 Reply

My favorite way to use honey is in my tea, whether at a Tea Party with my little girls, a sweet 16 mother daughter Tea shared with friends, or given to me by my grandmother in tea when I was not feeling well as a child. Honey has always been there during those unforgettable moments.

Padma - April 21, 2016 Reply

We love to add some fruit and honey in plain yogurt rather than eating those store-bought sugar-loaded flavored yogurts.

Polly - April 21, 2016 Reply

My favorite way to use honey is in chex, or any other cereal bar. I mix honey with stevia sweetener, (to cut some of the sugar content) in a saucepan to boiling, then add nut butter and stir well before adding it to my cereal concoction. then I crush the mixture into a 9 by 12″ pan and cool it in the fridge. My son likes it when I melt chocolate chips on top! then after it’s cool, I cut it into bars and serve it for dessert! A must have in the freezer for a quick sweet treat!

mary cole - April 21, 2016 Reply

I start my day with honey in my (Cafe du Monde) coffee, and end my night with honey in a mug of warm milk with cardamom, yum!

Melissa - April 21, 2016 Reply

We love honey in our homemade Greek yogurt. Recently, I discovered a honey sweetened “caramel” corn. Oh. My.

Belle - April 21, 2016 Reply

Honey is SO versatile! I use it in my coconut bread, in my coffee, and on top of a piece of sprouted grain toast that is smothered in almond butter.

Heather - April 21, 2016 Reply

My favorite way to eat honey is to simply put it on a buttered biscuit. I prefer homemade biscuits with honey. Thank you!

Liza Bethel - April 21, 2016 Reply

I love overnight oats!! Being a nurse it’s a perfect thing to grab on my way to work in the morning.

Michelle lucio - April 21, 2016 Reply

How delicious! We live to drizzle honey in our Greek yogurt and on our whole wheat toast. We love it!

CathyH - April 21, 2016 Reply

I usually use honey in my oatmeal. When I’m making something that requires sugar and I realize that I am out of it I never hesitate to use honey as a substitute to save me the drive to the grocery store for one item. I can’t wait to try your new to me recipe!!

Kim - April 21, 2016 Reply

Your recipe looks great. I love using honey in yogurt. So yummy!

Janine - April 22, 2016 Reply

I love using honey on toast and in smoothies. I actually also love it in my coffee!

Amy - April 22, 2016 Reply

We have a beehive and love to drizzle honey on lots of things, from toast, to tea, to cheesecake, but my favorite way to use it is in homemade elderberry syrup. Keeps us healthy all year round.

lisa franklin - April 22, 2016 Reply

a cup of tea or popcorn (plus cinnamon)

Rachel - April 24, 2016 Reply

We mainly use honey and syrup for sweetening in our house, so we go through a lot of honey. I buy it from a local farm so it is extra delish! I think my kids fave is probably your oven “fried” bananas recipe! I think hubby enjoys it most drizzled over plain ole’ Os cereal. My favorite honey uses are in homemade granola and homemade graham crackers… but that’s just at this moment. We ♡ it so many ways.

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