Overnight oats

Overnight oats

Delicious breakfast with oatmeal & fruits

15 mins
Muscle Building

Nutritional value: per portion

Calories 162 kcal
per 100 g
Carbs 20 g
per 100 g
Protein 8 g
per 100 g
Fat 4 g
per 100 g


50 g oatmeal
100 ml milk of your choice (ideally 1.5 %)
1 banana
10 g Organic Peanut Butter by foodspring
10 g Whey Protein by foodspring

The best thing about the overnight oats recipe: It is so easy and quick to make, and can be mixed with so many different ingredients. This highly nutritious blend is also a perfect start to the day. Overnight oats provides a healthy breakfast that is not too heavy and keeps you full for longer, with its fibres, proteins, calcium, vitamin B1, polyunsaturated fatty acids, minerals and trace elements.

Preparing the overnight oats

  • Pour the milk over the oatmeal and mix well.
  • Crush one half of the banana with the fork and mix it into the oats. Add a protein powder of your choice.
  • Cut the other half of the banana into slices and put it on top of the oats. Add the peanut butter as well.
  • Cover everything and let it soak in the fridge overnight.
  • Open the next day. Stir and then dig in.


The term overnight oats sounds quite adventurous, but there is no hidden meaning, it is literally oatmeal that has soaked overnight. The milk you use to soak the oats in is entirely down to personal preference. You can use almond, soy or hazelnut milk for a vegan alternative and instead of the whey protein, simply add our Vegan Protein by foodspring to the mix.  


These overnight oats can be easily changed up with different fruits, like strawberries or raspberries.