Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats

New overnight oats recipe today!  This time it’s Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats.  I had some leftover cashew cream from making my No Bake Oatmeal Pies, so I used it to make these Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats.  You guys!  This one is delicious!  If you like the creamy factor of my Cinnamon Roll Overnight Oats, then you will love this new overnight oats recipe!

Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats - My Whole Food Life

If you haven’t tried overnight oats, this is a great recipe to start with.  This is seriously the easiest breakfast you will ever make.  No cooking required!  Make 5 at a time for easy breakfasts all week.  You can heat them up, or eat them cold.  I make mine with steel cut oats and I prefer them cold.  They remind me of cereal.

Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats

Raspberry Cream Overnight Oats



  1. Drain and rinse the cashews. Add them to a blender and blend until smooth. You may need to add a little water to get the consistency right.
  2. Add everything into a jar and mix well. I like these jars .
  3. Place the jar in the fridge overnight and enjoy the next morning!


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  1. What kind of coconut milk? Canned or carton in refrigerator section? Also, can you buy vanilla powder in grocery stores. ..TJ, WF, or those? TIA. Looking forward to making these oats for first time!!
    1. For this you can use canned coconut milk or the carton. Just depends on how rich you want it to taste. I could only find the vanilla beans on Amazon. This is the one I get. http://tinyurl.com/ouk5kob
    2. My brother lives in Oregon where this company is located and sent me some of their stuff. It's amazing. They have a finely ground vanilla powder that is great in recipes like this (and other good stuff). I sound like a commercial, but I seriously can't believe the difference a good vanilla makes. I haven't found anything comparable in other stores, but maybe other readers have. http://www.worldsgreatestvanilla.com/
  2. Hi Melissa, these are amazing recipes, Thank you so much for sharing these with us!! I was wondering, do you have the nutritional values for the recipes? I am on a controlled calorie eating plan and was wondering how you would go about figuring out the calories, protein, carbs, etc.
    1. Hi Michele! I am sorry I don't know them, but I have been told that my recipe format is compatible with My Fitness Pal. So you should be able to check it out through them.

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