Healthy Banana Cream Pie Overnight Oats Recipe
An all-time favorite dessert recipe, Banana Cream Pie, made into a high protein breakfast?Yes Please!
This healthy banana cream pie overnight oats recipe takes just minutes to make and is a truly delicious breakfast staple.
Overnight oats is a perfect meal prep recipe that is cheap, low calorie, high protein, and gut-friendly! What more could you ask for?
This guide includes step-by-step instructions, answers to your questions, and a delicious Banana Cream Pie Overnight Oats Recipe to follow
Are Overnight Oats Healthy?
Simple answer is... YES!
Each jar of are is filled with fiber, protein, and heart-healthy grains that is perfect for weight-loss, gut health, muscle growth, and overall wellness!
4 Reasons You Should Eat Overnight Oats
Easy: They are made with simple pantry ingredients that can be thrown together in just 2 minutes. No cutting, prepping, unthawing, or sweating over the stove!
Cheap: Eating healthy can get expensive. However, overnight oats use simple ingredients that cost less than 50 cents per meal!
Prepped: Oats are easy to prep and store. They are good for 4 to 5 days in the fridge, so you can be set for the entire week of meals!
Nutrient Dense: Depending on portions, oats can have around 10 grams of fiber and 25 g of protein to keep you feeling full and satisfied until your next meal!
Basic Ingredients Needed for ALL Recipes
Rolled Oats: Use about 1/2 cup (150 to 200 cals)
Chia Seeds : Just 1 tsp of these little seeds make oats extra creamy and adds a boost of fiber and omega 3 fatty acids
Non-Dairy Milk: Unsweetened Non-dairy milks like almond and cashew are generally lower in calories and sugar. However, use whatever milk you prefer just make sure the ratio of oats to milk is about 1:1.
Protein Powder: 1 serving of a high-quality protein powder can pack roughly 20 to 30 grams of protein to make this a full and satiating meal!
Banana Cream Pie Overnight Oats Recipe
½ cup rolled oats
1 tbsp chia seeds
1 scoop protein powder (recommended flavors: vanilla, banana, cinnamon)
3/4 cup unsweetened almond milk (or other milk of choice)
1/2 cup vanilla greek yogurt
1 tbsp maple syrup
1 tsp vanilla
1 tsp cacao powder
pinch of salt
Tip: If you don't use protein powder, increase greek yogurt or 1/2 cup cottage cheese
In a coverable container, mash 1 banana, add in oats, chia seeds, protein, milk, maple syrup, vanilla, and salt
Mix together until well combined and desired consistency (you may need to add more milk or less milk depending on protein powder used)
Cover and place in fridge for 2 to 24 hours
When ready to eat, coat top with Greek yogurt, sliced banana and sprinkle with cacao powder.