Tiramisu Overnight Oats means that a healthy breakfast can taste like a creamy dessert coffee and still be good for you.
Why Tiramisu Overnight Oats
Lordy, I think the better question is why NOT Tiramisu Overnight Oats?! I mean seriously... What more could a reasonable human want in breakfast?
Coffee Flavor? Check.--Fuel your day with coffee in your food.
Yogurt? Check.--good for our microbiome.
Delicious? Check.--Did I mention this taste like a dessert?
Easy? Check!--5 minutes to prep and leave it in the fridge overnight. Ready to start your day!
Healthy? Check!--lots of fiber, minerals, etc.
Chocolate???? Bonus points!!!
If you have looked around the website much you will notice that I am a big fan of Overnight Oats. Our family loves them all for their ease, but also because they are a delicious and healthy way for us to start our day.
I'm sorry, strawberry... but in my defense... these Tiramisu Overnight Oats taste like dessert for breakfast.
- If you prefer hot oatmeal (or on cold and frosty mornings), microwave for 30 seconds to a minute until your desired temperature is achieved.
- I like the consistency of these overnight oats with the ration provided. However, play with the amount of milk and oats to suit your preferences.
Ingredients for Tiramisu Overnight Oats
Easy list of ingredients and low prep requirements mean you should be make a few of these to have for breakfast this week.
- Old Fashioned Oats--these provide the best texture.
- Milk--I use cow milk, but feel free to use the milk that makes your tummy happy
- Chocolate Instant Pudding Mix--Other flavors can be used to create a variety, but the chocolate flavor hits its mark in this one.
- Espresso powder--I ordered this online and have used it for all kinds of things. It is strong so use sparingly.
- Plain yogurt--I like greek yogurt best, but regular works too. It will bring more moisture to your finished oats.
How to Make Tiramisu Overnight Oats
In a wide-mouth canning jar combine the old-fashioned oats, chocolate pudding mix, milk, Espresso powder, and plain yogurt. Stir well to combine.
Put a lid on the jar and refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours.
When ready to eat, just stir well and eat.
Container for Overnight Oats
Oats Substitutions--Old-fashioned oats give a great texture to this breakfast without breaking down too much like quick oats. Uncooked steel-cut oats, conversely, wouldn't get soft enough for me.
Milk Substitutions--I use cow milk at my house, but alternative milk would certainly work just fine here. So go on, use your oat milk, soy milk, coconut milk, goat milk, or almond milk for Tiramisu Overnight Oats.
Sugar-Free--Look for sugar-free pudding mixes to make this recipe lower in calories.
Gluten-free – use a gluten-free certified oats brand.
Keep overnight oats in a covered container in the refrigerator for up to 3-5 days.
Sure! Just select sugar-free pudding mix and you are ready to go.
Absolutely! If you want to add chia or flax seeds or whatever else you want, try it!
Experiment with instant coffee and see how it works for you.
I find them to fit my definition of healthy as they are high in fiber, whole grain, high in minerals and are a good way for me to sneak in some fruits.
Check out our other Overnight Oats Recipes
- Black Forest Overnight Oats
- Overnight Oats with Frozen Fruit
- Black Forest Overnight Oats
- Tiramisu Overnight Oats
- Nutella Overnight Oats
- Blended Overnight Oats
Or try Amish Breakfast Casserole for those mornings when you have a little more time on your hands.
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Tiramisu Overnight Oats
- ½ cup Old fashioned oats
- 1 cup milk
- 1 tablespoon chocolate pudding mix instant
- ⅛ teaspoon espresso powder
- ¼ cup yogurt plain
- In a wide-mouth canning jar combine the old-fashioned oats, chocolate pudding mix, milk, Espresso powder, and plain yogurt. Stir well to combine.
- Put a lid on the jar and refrigerate overnight or at least 6 hours.
- When ready to eat, just stir well and eat.