Craving pumpkin pie for breakfast?! You’re not alone! My Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats are the perfect way to have your pie and eat it too! In fact, I would go as far as to say that these overnight oats are the closest you can get to the real deal. Don’t believe me? Make this recipe and you’ll see it for yourself! 😉
I’m back with yet ANOTHER pumpkin recipe, and even as pumpkin season begins to die down, I am still loving it. My body is craving all of the pumpkin-y goodness this year, and I am doing my best to make the most of it. Which is why I’ve created so many pumpkin recipes for you!
This recipe is one of my favorites, because it’s so simple and easy to make! I love prepping these overnight oats on the weekend, so that I have them ready-to-go throughout the week, as needed. These make for the perfect post-workout snack, or just a quick and easy breakfast that you can grab before running out the door!
Plus, the kids love it, too. After all, who doesn’t love pumpkin pie for breakfast? If you’re a mom who’s struggling to figure out a quick breakfast for your kids that’s also healthy (don’t worry, I’ve been there too!) then you’re absolutely going to love this recipe.
And if you’re not a mom, and just love quick, easy, healthy recipes that you barely have to think about, then you’re going to love this recipe too! It’s truly one for everyone.
All you need are eight different ingredients to make these Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats! If that sounds like a lot, I promise you it isn’t – if you’ve made any of my recipes before (or done any pumpkin baking recently), then you might find all of these ingredients just sitting in your pantry!
If you’ve been to my blog before, then you may know that I am obsessed with pumpkin. Like, REALLY obsessed. And not just because it’s the flavor of Fall! While I do love Fall, and particularly Scorpio seasons (IYKYK), my love for pumpkin knows no bounds.
Pumpkin is also an ingredient that’s super healthy for you! It has a wide range of nutritional benefits, which is amazing, since it tastes so good! My pumpkin recipes are proof that eating healthy does not mean that you need to sacrifice flavor.
But back to the pumpkins. Pumpkins are rich in Vitamin A, which is great for your eyesight – like carrots! They are also loaded with antioxidants, potassium, fiber, and Vitamin C. In other words, as long as you aren’t allergic to them, pumpkins are a great ingredient to add to your diet!
I recommend storing your overnight oats into single-serving jars; that way, they’re ready for you to grab and go in the mornings! I love storing mine in the Weck-brand jars, but any mason jar or airtight jar will work perfectly!
When kept in the fridge, these overnight oats should stay fresh for anywhere from 5-7 days! Woohoo!
If you make this recipe, please be sure to leave a review and rating below! And, since I practically live on Instagram, be sure to tag me in your creations so that I can repost them! xx
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in your posts and I’ll re-share!