Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

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Fall is just around the corner.  That makes me think of warm smells like cinnamon and nutmeg.  I just love it!  This recipe is like having the fall flavors all wrapped up in one yummy breakfast!  If you have already made my Almond Butter Overnight Oats, you know that this recipe is super easy!

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This oatmeal has a little crunch in the morning from the steel cut oats.  If you like more of a smoother oatmeal, then rolled oats may be better for you to use.  I make up a whole bunch of these and then just grab and go during the week.  I added no sugar to mine at all, but if you like your oatmeal a bit sweeter, I will put an option in the ingredients.

Check out this video for a pumpkin version of overnight oats

 

Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

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Instructions
  1. Throw all the contents into a jar and mix well.
  2. Stick in the fridge overnight.  
Notes
I put mine in small mason jars. They work great! I eat mine cold, but you can certainly heat your up if you like. Enjoy!
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103 thoughts on “Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats

  1. Hey looks great! Any idea on the nutrition information on this, more interested in carbs as I am a type 1 diabetic and have to carb count

    1. I use 16 oz wide mouth mason jars. I get them in a 4 pack at Target. They are perfect and leave enough room for stirring and adding extra ingredients. 🙂

  2. I stumbled upon this website and I love it! Made the Apple Cinnamon Oats for my family’s breakfast this week and it was a hit! We all agreed that next time we’ll use much less cinnamon (start w/ 1/4 tsp) and nutmeg (a dash); can add more after tasting. Thanks for the inspiring, make-ahead, healthy breakfast for my family!

    1. I am so glad you are enjoying the recipes Mary! Cinnamon can come in varying strengths, so maybe yours was a little stronger than the one I used?

  3. Do you need to have the Chia and Flax ingredients? If not is there a substitute or does it matter much? Thanks

    1. I add them for extra protein, fiber and healthy fats. If you omit them, you will need to use less milk since those ingredients soak up some of the liquid.

  4. This looks delicious! I live abroad and don’t have access to apple sauce. Do you think I could get away with just cutting up some apple chunks and throwing them in there instead? Would I need to change amounts of other ingredients if I do so?

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