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Triple Berry Overnight Oats

Having a healthy breakfast made ahead of time always makes me feel like I start the day with a win. This particular overnight oats recipe was inspired by a WW recipe, but adapted to be my own by changing several ingredients and simplifying the recipe so that it is very easy to memorize.pin this blog post on pinterest imagejars of triple berry overnight oats

Overnight oats are a popular breakfast option that can be made ahead, are healthy and can be modified to your taste. The base ingredient of course, oats, remains the same. Oats are have many health benefits – two of my favorite benefits include helping to lower cholesterol and keeping you full. I have a family history of heart disease so any food I can find that can possibly help to combat potential hereditary health issues is a bonus.

overnight oats in jars

jars of overnight oats

I have called this recipe “Triple Berry Overnight Oats” because there are three berries used. The recipe can be easily modified to use 1 berry, 2 berries, 3 berries or heck you could even go all out and incorporate a 4th berry. Use the recipe as a guideline, but know that I often change it up depending on the flavour of yogurt I have on hand especially.

I always make 6 servings at a time in order to prepare for the week and use the full tub (650g) of yogurt at once. When preparing the overnight oats I always use a mason jar funnel to make the job as easy and mess free as possible. 

6 jars of overnight oats

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Triple Berry Overnight Oats

Jenna MacDonald
A delicious blend of berry flavours mixed together for a healthy breakfast that can be made ahead several days.
Servings 1


  • 1/3 cup quick oats
  • 1/3 cup cashew milk
  • 1/3 cup strawberry yogurt I often use blueberry yogurt instead
  • 1/3 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/3 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon


  • Add ingredients to a mason jar in the order listed.
  • Mix ingredients in the mason jar until well combined.
  • Close the mason jar and refridgerate overnight (or a minimum of 4 hours) before eating.


1 650g tub of yogurt will make 6 servings of overnight oats. I typically make 6 portions at once to have them ready for the Mr and I throughout the week.

Don’t forget to PIN THIS POST and if you make the Triple Berry Overnight Oats recipe, be sure to tag your photo @theresashoeforthat on Instagram / Facebook and use the hashtag #theresashoeforthat – Enjoy every bite!

xo Jenna


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