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Blueberry Honey Overnight Oats

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Feeling lazy and need a few more minutes of sleep each morning? Blueberry honey overnight oats is the perfect solution for you! Meal prep a batch for you to easily survive the entire week without skipping breakfast anymore!

Each of the blueberry overnight oats recipes are made with natural sweeteners such as maple syrup. However, you can always change it up and use honey or your favorite alternative sweetener.

From blueberry cobbler overnight oats to blueberry maple overnight oats, we want to help satisfy every one of your taste buds! So, don’t forget to grab a box of blueberries or frozen berries when you are at the market and let’s assemble this quick and easy meal. 

When you combine overnight soaked oatmeal with blueberry and honey, you get to experience a magical healthy treat. Play around with different kinds of nuts or spices as topping, and also some more honey on top the oatmeal in the morning.

When you are slightly tired of having chia seeds all the time, this combination is great alternative to try. Yogurt is packed with protein and honey has a high content of carbs that gives your body the fuel it needs at any time of day. 

Bowl of blueberry honey overnight oats topped with crunchy granola and an edible flower

How to make blueberry and honey overnight oats?

This 5 ingredient recipe take no cook meals to the next level. Up your food game by assembling blueberry and honey overnight oatmeal for your next meal prep idea.

For this recipe, we recommend adding some Greek yogurt and honey to the oats mixture. Honey and yogurt are great sources of sustainable energy.

It’s easy to make and only takes a few minutes. Prepare these below ingredients to start making this mouthwatering oatmeal recipe.

Blueberry Honey Overnight Oats Ingredients:

In a bowl or mason jar, add regular rolled oats milk, yogurt, honey and blueberries.

Sweeten to top by drizzling a bit more honey before covering and refrigerating. Let steep for at least 12 hours before serving.

Because the base oat mixture is classic, be creative and personalize your oatmeal with fun toppings. Add a homemade granola or even drizzle 5 minutes blueberry chia jam instead of adding too much honey on top of overnight oatmeal. 

Single serving of blueberry honey overnight oats in a mason jar

Blueberry Honey Overnight Oats Tips:

Blueberry oatmeal with a touch of honey is ideal flavor combination that’s hard to resist. Know these tricks and tips to keep your overnight oats fresh and yummy all week long. As a result, each and every bite will be as good as the last.

  • Rolled oats are better than quick oats for this recipe. Quick oats get very mushy when soaked overnight.
  • If your overnight oats are too thick when its time to eat, try adding a splash more milk when serving.
  • Top with granola, hemp seeds, or even extra fresh blueberries to enhance the flavor with delicious oatmeal toppings.
  • Give your oatmeal a good stir after taking it out of the fridge. This will ensure everything is well combined including the soft bottom and the crunchy top layers.
  • Add ⅛ teaspoon of salt to heighten the flavor of the oats and sweet honey taste. It’s best if you don’t skip this tip!
  • Meal prep ahead of time and store the remaining batch of oats in mason jars in the fridge for up to 5 days.


Blueberry honey overnight oats in a jar with a spoon propped against the side.
Yield: 1 serving

Blueberry Honey Overnight Oats Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Enjoy a serving of blueberry honey overnight oats. The recipe works well as a meal prep idea so you can have easy grab and go breakfast or afternoon snacks.

The soaked oatmeal is creamy and delicious, with a hint of sweetness from the honey and tartness from the blueberries. Not only is it a tasty meal, but it is healthy and nutritious.

The benefits of oats are endless and the yogurt offers a significant amount of protein. Blueberry honey overnight oatmeal is a terrific way to start your day or even as a post workout energy boosting meal on the run.


  • ½ cup old fashion rolled oats
  • ½ cup whole milk
  • ¼ cup plain Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • ½ cup fresh or frozen blueberries


  1. Add rolled oats to a medium sized bowl or overnight oats container. Pour in milk, yogurt, honey and blueberries.
  2. Seal the container and store in the refrigerator for 12 hours to let the oats fully soak.
  3. In the morning, give the oatmeal a stir to combine the soft bottom with the crunchy upper part. Top the soaked oatmeal with more fresh blueberries, a drizzle of honey, sliced almonds, toasted coconut or your preferred oatmeal toppings. Enjoy!


To make this recipe dairy free, use non-dairy milk alternatives and yogurt substitutes like almond or coconut based products.

The oatmeal is semi loose. To thicken the mixture, change up the overnight oats water ratio when assembling. A spoonful of chia seeds will also thicken the oatmeal to make it a more spoonable consistency.

To ensure freshness of all the ingredients, it’s best to eat the soaked oatmeal within 5 days of preparation.

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Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 531Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 3gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 15mgSodium: 57mgCarbohydrates: 62gFiber: 6gSugar: 32gProtein: 15g

Nutrition information isn’t always accurate.

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How to make blueberry honey overnight oats. The oatmeal is topped with granola and an edible flower
Glass jar filled with one serving of blueberry honey overnight oats
One portion of blueberry honey overnight oats in a glass container
Serving or blueberry honey overnight oats topped with toasted granola
blueberry honey overnight oats served in a glass bowl and topped with baked granola.

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