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Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats make an easy and delicious breakfast! Made with oats, peaches, and cream, this is a recipe perfect for busy mornings!
I have always been a big fan of warm oatmeal for breakfast, but I am absolutely loving making overnight oats now that the weather is warmer. Since we’ve just finished up the last week of classes and final exams for Sam’s eighth grade year, we’re welcoming summer with hassle-free mornings and peaches and cream overnight oats! If you aren’t familiar with overnight oats, let me share the joys of this delicious meal that makes a perfect grab-and-go breakfast for busy families!
What are Overnight Oats?
Overnight oats are simply oats that soak in your choice of liquid overnight in the refrigerator. The most common base ingredients are oats and milk, or a milk alternative. (I’ve found that most enjoy the texture when using Old Fashioned Oats for their overnight oats.) Once you have the base ingredients, you can easily flavor your overnight oats with your family’s favorite flavor combinations!
How to Make Overnight Oats
To make them, I use individual jars for the ultimate in grab-and-go convenience. While the recipe I’m sharing for the peaches and cream overnight oats is for one serving, I love to make multiple jars at once.
To start, I pour my oats into each of the jars and then add an equal amount of liquid to the container.
I like to add a little bit of maple syrup or honey, but it is completely optional.
Once the oats, liquid and sweetener have been added to my jars, I give them a quick stir to combine them, top the jar with the lid and then pop them into the refrigerator to rest overnight.
How to Serve Overnight Oats
The next morning, I just grab the jars from the refrigerator, sprinkle on a bit more Old Fashioned Oats for texture (optional, but I highly recommend!) and top each jar with fresh peach slices and a drizzle of cream.
Can I Use Frozen Peaches for My Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats?
If you are using frozen peaches, you can add them to the overnight oats as you make them the night before. That allows the peaches to thaw slowly overnight and release their juices into the oats as they thaw. Delish!
If you are like me, overnight oats is a miracle of a breakfast solution! I mix a few up before bed at night and the next morning we are greeted with a ready-to-go, wholesome whole grain breakfast that my family loves.
And that makes any summer morning better in my book!
Other Favorite Overnight Oats Recipes
Here’s my Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats Recipe. I hope it makes your mornings even easier!
Peaches and Cream Overnight Oats Recipe
- 1/2 cup Old Fashioned Oats (+ 1 tablespoon for serving- optional)
- 1/2 cup milk , coconut milk, or almond milk
- 1 tablespoon maple syrup or honey, optional
- 1/2 fresh peach cut into slices or chopped
- 1 tablespoon heavy whipping cream or coconut cream
- Stir together the oats, milk, and maple syrup in a jar with a tight-fitting lid. Secure the lid and store in the refrigerator overnight (at least 8 hours). When ready to serve, remove the jar from the refrigerator, remove the lid and top the overnight oats with a tablespoon oats, peaches and cream.
If you prefer your overnight oats a little warmer, remove from the refrigerator, remove the lid from the jar, and pop into the microwave for about 30 seconds to warm.
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I think this would be delicious with any type of frozen fruit!
You are so right! It is delicious to let them thaw and the juices seep into the oats. Yum! Of course, you can’t go wrong with fresh fruits, either! 🙂
I can’t wait to make this tonight, Robyn! I just bought some fresh peaches yesterday and this is a wonderful recipe for me to use some of them! We love oatmeal in my house – and we’re going love it even more in this delicious recipe!!!
I hope you love it, Leigh. It’s great waking up in the mornings knowing that breakfast is ready and waiting on you! 🙂
Robin, I love your recipes but I am a lifetime Weight Watchers member and would love it if you could add nutritional information to your recipes! Is that something you might consider?
I’m so glad you are loving the recipes! I appreciate your question and definitely do not take it lightly! I have incorporating this information into recipes high on my list of things to work on for the website. I just want to make sure that when I do it, it is done well and provides correct and complete information. Until I have a solution on the site, I recommend using Calorie Count. There, you can paste the ingredients and then add or remove any ingredients you aren’t going to be using, change the number of servings and generally use it to customize to fit your needs. Here is the link to the website: https://www.caloriecount.com/cc/recipe_analysis.php
Thank you again and I do appreciate your question more than you know! xo
I’ve been on the lookout for an easy, nutritious grab-and-go breakfast. A granola bar just doesn’t cut it. I think I’ll be making these tonight!
I’m excited for you for breakfast in the morning! I think you are going to absolutely love it!!! xo
I’m so thrilled that i found your website, the recipes are hassle free, healthy and delicious looking can’t wait to try them. Thank u
Thanks so much, Joann. I hope you enjoy the recipes! xo
Robyn, I so enjoyed your oatmeal treat for breakfast this morning. I followed your directions completely and it was just scrumptious. Can hardly wait to serve this to visiting house guests or grandchildren. I’m not that crazy about making hot oatmeal but this is so easy and more appealing to me plus so nutritious. Thanks ever so.
This is really very simple , healthy and tasty recipe. I will try this recipe as soon possible.
Thanks for the idea.
What a yummy and hearty breakfast! So healthy too!
Thank you for the recipe. I had trouble finding one like this that did not include yogurt. Very easy to put together. I just made it today so actually have not eaten any yet. It tasted the spoon that I stirred it with. Yum!
I hope you enjoy the oats in the morning, Tamara.