10 Easy Overnight Oatmeals

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Start your day off right by not doing anything, because your time is valued, and a busy mama has very little of it! With these overnight oatmeal recipes from Fitness Republic, you can eat them right out of the fridge or warmed up in the microwave, and they're great on the go. Look forward to waking up to a fun and healthy breakfast just waiting to be devoured!

Bananas Foster Overnight Oats Recipe: This recipe’s so sinfully sweet it tastes more like dessert than anything else. Even better, it includes three potassium-rich bananas which have added health benefits such as naturally occurring tryptophan — which directly negates the effects of depression — and also pectin, which aids in promoting proper digestion. Click here for the recipe from LauraFuentes.com!

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>> Read more: Skinny Mom Guide to Oatmeal

Chai Steel-Cut Oats: This recipe’s a must for the chai tea lovers out there! The cardamom, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg come together nicely to create a flavor right on par with a freshly brewed cup of chai tea. Plus, the flaxseed in this recipe is more than a great source for fiber and protein; it’s phenomenal for keeping blood pressures under reign, and also reducing the risk of liver disease. Here's the recipe from This Homemade Life.

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Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats: This overnight oats recipe tastes great cold or hot right out the microwave! We’ll add that this one will be an immediate favorite of applesauce fiends (I consider myself a member of such a group). Unsweetened applesauce also contains just 100 calories, and though it’s sugary, the sugar itself is naturally occurring fructose! Click here from the recipe from My Frugal Adventures.

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>> Read more: 5 Quick, Sugar-Free Breakfast Recipe

Peanut Butter and Jelly Overnight Oats: This recipe’s practically easier to follow and put together than a literal PB&J sandwich. Plus, the peanut flour called for is 30 to 40 percent protein, is gluten free, and has been shown to encourage a healthier heart. (via Eating Bird Food)

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Black Forest Overnight Oats: This overnight oats creation is a true gift; it has all the tastes of a masterfully baked black forest cake, with much less of the negative unhealthiness that usually accompanies the consumption of a cake. If you happen to be a chocolate lover, seriously make this recipe as soon as possible. (via What The Fork Food Blog)

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See the rest of the overnight oats recipes here at Fitness Republic!