30 DAY CHALLENGE DAY 6 4-27 – My Favorite Breakfast at the Moment

Let’s talk breakfast. Arguably the best meal of the day. (Dessert isn’t considered a meal right?) Anyway I have had this breakfast on repeat for months now. I crave it and every morning I enjoy every single bite of it. It’s healthy, it’s easy, and the best part, it’s prepped in advance, so all you have to do is pop it out of the fridge and enjoy. It’s an oldie but a goodie, it’s overnight oats!!!
So I either lost you at overnight oats and you exited the page, or you’re still here at least reading this far. Trust me on this one, it’s worth a try, and once you do you’ll be hooked. So here’s the breakdown of my overnight oats…


  • ⅓ c rolled oats
  • 10-14 g walnuts
  • Lots of cinnamon
  • ⅓ c frozen blueberries or mixed berries
  • 1 heaping tbsp Greek yogurt
  • 85 ml almond milk
  • Optional toppings: honey, fresh fruit, nut butter


  • Throw everything together into a Tupperware container
  • Mix it up
  • Leave in fridge overnight
  • Enjoy the next morning for breakfast with toppings of your choice (I ALWAYS top with raw organic honey, and occasionally with fresh fruit, usually ½ banana or strawberries, whatever I have on hand)

Yes, it’s that easy. I typically prep 3 servings on a Sunday and enjoy them M-W. If I feel myself craving them again I will prepare a single serving on Wednesday to enjoy Thursday morning too. This breakfast is so simple, yet so decadent and filling. I highly recommend trying it out, especially if you’re on the go and always find yourself reaching for the quickest fix for breakfast, even if that means sacrificing your health. Good for work, good for school, good for any day of the week, really. One hot tip that will be a game changer — the honey. I don’t use more than a teaspoon, but it offers the perfect sweetness to this recipe. In a lot of overnight oats recipes you’ll find that the sweetener is mixed in the night before with the rest of the ingredients. No no no, that is all wrong!!! You lose the sweetness when you do that. When you drizzle honey as you’re ready to enjoy, you don’t miss out on that sweet flavor. Feel free to change the portion size, the toppings, the fruit, etc. Make the recipe your own to match your flavor profile. Peanut butter and banana would be a good combo. Or subbing the walnuts for pecans. Use oat milk instead of almond. Whatever you want to do to mix it up, go for it! Just give this recipe your best shot and you’ll be sure to crave it just as much as I do.