Tiramisu Overnight Oats
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Why You’ll Love This Recipe
- Tiramisu Overnight Oats are quick and easy to make!
- It only takes a few minutes to prep and you’ll have breakfast ready to go the next day.
- Loaded with healthy fats, carbs, fiber and protein.
- Can easily be made vegan or dairy-free with the use of dairy-free yogurt.
- Filled with sweet and delicious coffee flavor.
- As written, this recipe is sweet, tangy and full of flavor.
- The best way to prep breakfast, all week long.
- Check out my cold brew overnight oats for another great recipe!
Ingredients And Substitutions
These are the main ingredients and substitutions for Tiramisu Overnight Oats. Scroll down to the recipe card for a full list of ingredients and instructions.
Use old fashioned rolled oats, not quick or steel oats. Use certified gluten free oats if needed.
Any type of milk works. To keep this recipe vegan and plant-based use a dairy free milk such as almond milk, cashew milk, or pistachio milk. For a nut free option, use regular milk, coconut milk or oat milk.
I love adding in a touch of ground flax into my overnight oats for an added boost of nutrients and fiber. You can sub chia seeds, or just omit all together.
Almond butter gives this tiramisu a creamy flavor, you can use any type of nut or seed butter in replace, however, I’d recommend sunflower seed butter or cashew butter.
A touch of vanilla extract adds a ton of flavor.
You can use black coffee, cold brew or your favorite iced coffee beverage from a can. Instant coffee will work as well.
Maple syrup adds a great caramel flavor and helps to naturally sweeten these oats without any refined sugars.
I used plain greek yogurt for the top which gives this recipes a tangy flavor, feel free to use vanilla yogurt of your choice. If vegan, swap for a dairy-free yogurt alternative.
Unsweetened cacao powder is dusted on the top, sub for coco powder.
How To Make
ONE: Start by combining the dry ingredients in a small bowl or container with lid.
TWO: Add in the almond milk, almond butter vanilla extract, coffee and maple syrup and mix well. Cover and set in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours or overnight.
THREE: When ready to enjoy, stir overnight oats well and then top with yogurt and dust with cacao powder using a fine mesh strainer.
Tips And Tricks
Mix together the dry ingredients first, then add in the wet. Stir really well before covering and placing in the fridge to set up.
Don’t add the yogurt and cacao until the oats have firmed up, minimum 4 hours.
If your oats are too watery, add in a touch of ground flax or more oats.
How To Serve And Store
Serve these Tiramisu Overnight Oats with a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy for breakfast each morning.
Store in an airtight container in the fridge and enjoy up to five days.
My Favorite Containers For Overnight Oats
These are the jars that are shown in the photos, they are spice jars, but work great for overnight oats.
Taste And Texture
These Tiramisu Overnight Oats have a lovely, but subtle coffee flavor in each bite. The top is perfectly sweet and tangy, it really feels like you’re biting into Tiramisu cake, but for breakfast!
The texture is soft, creamy and chewy.
If you don’t like the texture of overnight oats you can add granola on top or you can blend them and the texture will be more like pudding. Check out my blended overnight oats recipe for directions on how to do that.
Frequently Asked Questions
Swap the greek yogurt for a vegan yogurt alternative.
You can enjoy overnight oats up for 5 days!
No, unfortunately the texture won’t be the same.
Other Recipes You May Like
- blended overnight oats
- strawberry shortcake overnight oats
- nutella overnight oats
- cold brew overnight oats
- Starbucks strawberry quinoa overnight oats
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