This peach overnight oats recipe has a simple, 3-minute step that puts this recipe in the breakfast hall of fame.
I dare you to make a batch of these and compare it to the “just throw the peaches and the oats in a jar” recipes on the internet. One step, that’s all it takes to up the game. Are you ready?
Overnight Oats with Peaches
To make these overnight oats with peaches, you can use fresh or frozen peaches; just make sure to thaw them out first.
Then, you’re going to sauté the diced peaches with vanilla extract, cinnamon, and a drizzle of maple syrup. Sauteing releases the juices from the fruit and gives every bite of oats a delicious “peach cobbler” flavor.
Yes, that’s the simple, 3-minute step that puts this oats recipe in the breakfast hall of fame.
In the morning, you’ll have breakfast waiting for you. One you’ll be excited to wake up and eat.
Start to finish, less than 10 minutes to get the job done. Trust me, you won’t ever buy those packets of peach-flavored oats again.
Peaches & Cream Overnight Oats Ingredients
Check your fridge and pantry for these overnight oats ingredients:
- Coconut oil: to sauté the diced peaches.
- Peaches: use fresh summer peaches or frozen; make sure to thaw them before cooking.
- Vanilla: adds a delicious flavor and aroma.
- Maple syrup: to sweeten the peaches and oats.
- Cinnamon: gives this a dessert-like flavor.
- Old-fashioned oats: for the thickest texture, use old-fashioned oats.
- Ground flax: adds healthy fats and fiber.
- Milk: use any non-dairy or regular milk.
Want to make them creamier?
Add one tablespoon of Greek or non-dairy yogurt to each overnight oat jar and stir to combine.
How to Make Peach Overnight Oats
Grab those ingredients, and let’s make these peach overnight oats.
In a small saucepan, cook the peaches with cinnamon over medium heat until the fruit begins to break down. Stir in the maple syrup and vanilla extract and remove from heat.
- Combine the ingredients
Combine the oats, ground flax, and milk in a glass jar. Top the mixture with the cooked peaches and seal. Refrigerate overnight or for up to 2 days.
- Wake up
In the morning, enjoy the oats from the jar (chilled) or give them a quick warm in the microwave.
You can also watch this video to see how to make overnight oats with the ideal creamy texture. The secret is in the ratio of liquid to oats.
Canned Peaches or Fresh?
Canned and fresh peaches both work for these overnight oats. Don’t feel like you need to go out and purchase fresh peaches; if you have a can in the pantry, use those!
Drain the syrup from the peaches and reduce the maple syrup in this recipe to 1 tablespoon since most canned peaches are sweeter than fresh peaches.
How Far Ahead Can You Make Overnight Oats?
One of the best parts about these overnight oats is that they are good for up to 2 days, so you can prep them for grab-and-go breakfasts.
To make this recipe meal prep possible, I like keeping a set of my favorite overnight oats jars on hand and ready to use. The jars are big enough to hold all the ingredients and are microwave-safe so that I can warm them up for a hot breakfast in less than 2 minutes.
More Overnight Oats Recipes
I love sharing overnight oats recipes and coming up with new ones! Below you will find some delicious overnight oats variations made with good-for-you ingredients that taste like a treat but leave you fueled and satisfied.
- Strawberry Overnights Oats
- Pineapple Overnight Oatmeal
- Banana Overnight Oats
- Apple Overnight Oats
- Overnight Oats with Almond Butter