Almond Chocolate Overnight Oats
6 hr + 5 min
One-bowl / one-pot
10 ingredients or less
Total6 hr + 5 min
½ cup (40 g)
½ cup (120 mL)unsweetened soy milk†
2 Tbsp (30 mL)
1 Tbsp (7 g)ground flaxseeds
1 Tbsp (9 g)
roasted unsalted almonds
unsweetened coconut yogurt
Make your own
- Combine all ingredients in a mason jar or airtight container and let sit overnight in the fridge.
- The next morning, top with desired toppings. To make this a complete meal, add a handful of fresh fruit and/or plant-based yogurt to the top. Enjoy!
- †Nutrition tip: aim to use plant-based milk that is fortified with calcium.
- Store in a mason jar in the fridge for up to 2 days.
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Nutrition per serving
Calories 479 kcal
|Total fat||28.9 g|
|Saturated fat||4.6 g|
|Trans fat||0.0 g|
|Total carbs||41.7 g|
|Dietary fiber||10.9 g|
|Total sugars||4.6 g|
|Added sugars||2.1 g|
|Vitamin A||76 μg RAE|
|Vitamin B6||0.2 mg|
|Vitamin B12||1 μg|
|Vitamin C||0.0 mg|
|Vitamin D||1 μg|
|Vitamin E||7.8 mg|
|Vitamin K||2 μg|
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I’ve had overnight oats from the store and hated them because of the texture but making them as a quick breakfast is too easy to ignore so I decided to give them a try. I gotta say I’m a HUGE fan, the texture is much better and it’s so delicious and indulgent that I forget it’s actually good for me. I swapped almond butter for peanut butter because it’s what I had on hand and added a teaspoon of brown sugar because it was a little too bland since all my ingredients were unsweetened and the peanut butter made it a little too salty. The best part is it’s super filling and I don’t find myself starving before lunch time!
I made this last night for my lunch/breakfast today.
I forgot, however, my dislike of squashy textured food - its why I don’t have milk on cereal. I don’t really know why I don’t like the texture.
HAVING SAID THAT: taste wise this is amazing, I love it! Texturally, obviously, this is like leaving cereal in milk for a bit too long. Like porridge. Which is fine, because actually? With enough chocolate flakes or raspberries I’ve managed to ignore the texture in favour of the taste.
It’s really good - if you don’t have textural issues with food, it’s a winner I’m sure
So wholesome and hearty!
I’ve been watching all your videos since 2 years and lot’s of love
Your videos inspire me! Thank you so much for your beautiful recipes and presentation!
I topped it with bananas and coconut cream. Delicious💖
First time I make overnight oats that I genuinely like!!! Will definitely be my new favorite breakfast
This recipe was also my first time making overnight oats and it was easy to prep the night before. The next morning I added some plain coconut yogurt and chopped strawberries...delish! I was happy it kept me full until lunch.
My regular comforting oatmeal is in the summer switched for this cold and crunchy recipe. I make it at least twice a week, and I can never get bored of it, it's so so good.
I was new to the world of overnight oats, so I started with this recipe like Sadia recommended. It. Was. ✨D E L I C I O U S✨. I can't even express how grateful I am to the PUL team for working so hard and putting these amazing recipes on the Internet for us (and for free!). Thank you 😍
This is my first time doing overnight oats, and well... it was an amazing first-time!
All your recipes with overnight oats are amazing 😻 I’m so, so in love with all of them.
I was new to overnight oats and actually also to oatmeal in general, and this was a great entry recipe :). Very easy to make in batch in multiple jars (and just add milk the night before). I liked to add some cinnamon. Very tasty!
I love these overnight oats - it’s my go to recipe for breakfast
Easy, amazing and delicious- especially at hot, summer days. I love that all recipes are made of affordable and available ingredients! 🥰
I had a change of heart in the morning after making the oats and ended up cooking it on the stove and doubling the milk. Completely different dish but it inspired my warm chocolate oatmeal breakfast.. sprinkled toasted coconut flakes and warmed up some frozen berries on the side. which is still delicious so thanks PUL! :D
I honestly really disliked overnight oats and took a chance with this recipe. I'm so glad I did, it has completely converted me to an overnight oats lover! A must-try if you're trying to incorporate more oats into your diet - I'd also imagine kids would love this recipe as well! Maybe even as a school lunch?
I eat these on a regulars basis, highly recommend to anyone who has never tried any overnight oats recipe before
Perfect make ahead breakfast!
Overnight oats recipes have been such a great discovery for me! Not only tasty/ desert like things for breakfast, but also so easy to make in advance and nice to know there's something waiting for you in the morning:)
This is so tasty!
Do you think this could somehow work as a breakfast bar to eat on the go?
This was indeed my favorite from the initial overnight oats series! Very creamy, thank you! 😁
i tried a bunch of other overnight oats recipes but never liked them enough to make them again. this one though might be my new go to breakfast - i love it! thank you :)
This has become my breakfast of the moment, with a little drizzle of date syrup. And I really love the scaling feature in the new site!
I don’t know why but my 1/2cup of oats are 55g not 40g :c
These are my favorite overnight oats! I like to top the jar with frozen cherries so they thaw by morning. Sometimes I add a bit of yogurt, too. So delicious.
I love the creaminess that the almond butter gives this overnight oat. Nice and filling with a refined touch from the chocolate. I’ve discovered that oat milk (biased since I use Oatly from Sweden...) is the better option for all PUL’s overnight oats. It doesn’t have any odd “background” flavour and is creamy unlike other options.
Love to top this breakfast with thawed strawberries or stewed apple with raisins and cinnamon