Overnight mixed berry oatmeal and a $550 Visa gift card giveaway

Have you ever made overnight oatmeal? It is so easy and convenient. This overnight mixed berry oatmeal version is totally the best.

overnight mixed berry oatmeal

Have you ever made overnight oatmeal before? If you haven’t you really should. This is the easiest, tastiest and healthiest breakfast ever. Not only I love to make this for breakfast because it is super simple and healthy, but because you can make endless variations. overnight mixed berry oatmeal is just the bomb.

I have made a banana, peanut butter and chocolate overnight oatmeal kind that was the bomb. I am planning on making a coconut and chocolate flavor typet as well. I will let you know how that turns out but I anticipate that it will be really good. I love getting creative with healthy breakfasts. My kids love oatmeal so having this is just perfect.

When you make overnight oatmeal the amount of ingredients you use can vary. This recipe it’s not rocket science so if you feel like you want the oatmeal with a little bit more milk, add more milk. I hardly add any maple syrup but you can add more if you like as well. If you like more chia seeds add more etc This is not baking some ingredient amounts can be tailored to your taste.

OK onto the giveaway now.

I am super excited to be offering this to my followers and readers. What the heck, I wish I could actually win this for myself. I would probably go to whole foods or amazon and buy tons of food products. Oh well, at least one of you will win so I am very happy about that.

The giveaway runs from December 16th to 22nd. You must live in the USA to participate. Two winners will be picked on December 23rd. Good luck!

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overnight mixed berry oatmeal


Overnight mixed berry oatmeal

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 10 servings

Total Time: 5 mintues



In a large mixing bowl add all of the ingredient and with a spatula mix through. Cover and let it sit overnight. Serve at breakfast time with some more extra milk if you like.

You can add more or less of each ingredient if you like. This overnight mixed berry oatmeal will keep for about 5 days refrigerated.

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Nutrition facts calculated based on the recipe giving 10 servings.


  1. A wholesome breakfast! Love the add of all the berries.

  2. I’ve been looking for a new healthy alternative. I’m going to have to try this! !!!!

  3. The recipe sounds delish! My husband loves berries but is not an oatmeal fan. I bet this could convert him!

  4. This is the perfect things for quick school morning breakfasts. I love that you can sneak so many healthy things, like chia seeds, into oatmeal.

  5. I bought a box of organic pin oats today, so this has really caught my interest! This looks delicious!

  6. Looks delicious,healthy and cant wait to try it!

  7. yummy. looks so good. i love overnight oats, usually make it with peanut butter and banana. add berries to warm milk… so good. i entered the contest, but i signed up for yours only. :-)

  8. Looks good. Can’t wait ti try.

  9. Love overnight oatmeal, especially when it’s cold outside! This looks delicious!

  10. Definitely something I would love to feed the boys in the morning, perfect and healthy.

  11. Sounds delish…looking forward to trying over the holidays!

  12. Looks awesome! Any ideas on what to substitute the yogurt with? I would love to make it but dairy free.

  13. I would love to win!

  14. I can’t wait to try this!

  15. I just started doing this for my workday breakfasts. Soooo good and easy! I don’t do dairy, so no yogurt for me. I also add flax meal and unsweetened shredded coconut, and usually walnuts or some other kind of chopped nuts. Yum yum!

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