Cake Batter Overnight Oats

 Oh, yes. :-)

At the end of Monday’s post, I shared a few of my goals for the month of January, one of them being to add more variety to my breakfasts & lunches.

A while back (probably a year or so ago) I tried overnight oats, & I wasn’t a fan. In an effort to change-up my usual English muffin breakfast, though, I decided to give them another go using this recipe from Julie.

I gave it a try on Monday & actually really, really enjoyed them.

Cake batter overnight oats were born from my desire to eat cake 24/7 & find some excuse to add sprinkles to my first meal of the day! These are awesome & a must-try!

To make Cake Batter Overnight Oats, simply combine the following:

  • 2/3 c. old-fashioned oats
  • About 1/2 c. milk
  • 2 heaping tsp. vanilla Chobani
  • 2 heaping tsp. yellow cake mix

Mix well & let sit overnight; then, in the morning, add sprinkles!

I enjoyed this bowl of deliciousness with a cup of coffee sipped from my new Phillies Tervis (a Christmas gift from Chris).

Note the Phillies tissue box & Ryan Howard bobble head in the background, too!

Such a fun, delicious, & simple way to start the day! And think of all the possibilities… Chocolate cake mix! Red velvet cake mix! Funfetti cake mix! I hope Pillsbury has some coupons in this week’s paper. 😉

Have you ever tried overnight oats? Are you a fan, or not so much? How do you make yours?

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  1. Pamela says:

    I love the Phillies Tervis! I was on an overnight oats kick over the summer, but I have been sticking to cereal and hot oatmeal recently. When I make overnight oats, I usually combine oats, milk, banana, vanilla protein powder, and PB, topped with granola. I like the sound of cake batter for breakfast, though! :)

  2. Corinne says:

    That look delicious and so easy! I was just thinking… I can’t wait till they get that hockey rink out of Citizens Bank Park, and get the Phillies back playing!!!

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