This Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats recipe is made with just 7 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep time. A nourishing, delicious oatmeal that will start your day off on the right foot and keep you feeling full until lunch!
This recipe was inspired by my Strawberries and Cream Overnight Oats recipe. It uses the same creamy base of rolled oats, milk, ground flax seed, Greek yogurt and honey, but it is bursting with peanut butter and banana flavor.
Packed with fiber from the rolled oats, protein from the Greek yogurt and peanut butter, and naturally sweetened with honey and bananas, it is a super healthy way to start your day. A spoonful of ground flaxseed goes practically unnoticed and make this tasty breakfast even more nutritious. If you don’t have any flaxseed on hand, just leave it out or use chia seeds instead.
These overnight oats are perfect for busy weekday mornings because you put everything together the night before and then just pop them in the fridge. When you get up in the morning, they will be ready to eat. You can either eat them cold or heat them up in the microwave. For an awesome grab-and-go breakfast, make them in a mason jar or container with a lid.
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This healthy Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats recipe is made with just 7 ingredients and 5 minutes of prep time.!
- ½ cup rolled oats
- ½ cup low-fat milk
- 1 tablespoon ground flaxseed
- ¼ cup Greek yogurt
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon peanut butter
- Half a banana, peeled and sliced
In a mason jar, plastic container or bowl, layer oats, milk, ground flaxseed or chia seeds, Greek yogurt, honey, peanut butter and banana. Stir to combine and refrigerate overnight.
In the morning, eat it cold or heat it in the microwave for a warm oatmeal.
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