These thick brownie batter overnight protein oats are like eating dessert for breakfast. Spend just a few minutes to prep the night before and in the morning, you’ll be ready to dig into a bowl of brownie batter! Top with banana, peanut butter and chocolate chips for an extra decadent treat.
What people says about this recipe?
Caitlin Marie; Used almond coconut milk and slim fast chocolate protein powder (full scoop). Did not look as think as pictured, more like pudding consistency. Delicious!!
Mai Gaia Astrology; I’ve been making something similar to this for months now. FINALLY I know what to call it besides “Chocolate Breakfast.” Instead of protein powder I put in hemp seeds and peanut butter.
Lena Ramos; I subbed an extra 2 tbsps of raw cacao powder in place of the Vega protein powder, and subbed 2-3 tbsps of raw local honey for the stevia packet, and got chocolate mousse overnight oats! It was yummy. I also threw in some cacao nibs rather than chocolate morsels. Perfection!
Danielle Nall; Very good. Used a cheaper vegan protein, still amazing. I’m thinking I’d like to add a little more almond milk next time, very thick as the recipe states.
Michelle Anghellic; My favorite! When I have them, I like to sprinkle in some raw cacao nibs for a little crunch. Also, I like to use Optimum Nutrition chocolate casein protein because it gives it a much richer, thicker texture.
Sarina Araujo; Mine came out pretty good! I used Pescience protein powder instead of Vega and no additional sweeteners but it still came out delicious! I don’t usually like oatmeal but I’m digging these overnight oats. If it helps I used a kitchen scale to get an accurate measure for the ingredients.
Kate Norman; These are super good and turn out exactly like picture and description, I ate them too many times tho and I’m done with them. I do recommend tho!