Cappuccino Overnight Oats #SundaySupper

Cappuccino Overnight Oats

I’ve been on the overnight oats bandwagon for quite some time now.  Despite all the recipes that I see on blogs, it was actually Mom’s hairdresser that finally got me to make a batch.

And now, they are my favorite quick and easy breakfast.  They are healthy, vegan, gluten free, and ready to go in the morning when I know I’ll busy and don’t want to spend tons of time thinking about what I’m having for breakfast or making it.

I always start with gluten free oats and almond or coconut milk, but from there, the sky is the limit.  Sometimes I add cinnamon or ginger.  Vanilla is a great go-to.  So is carob or cocoa powder.  Oh and dried fruit is fun too because it adds some sweetness and the fruit becomes so plump and juicy.

Cappuccino Overnight Oats

The sky is basically the limit with overnight oats and the different flavor possibilities.  So when this Sunday Supper’s theme was coffee and I didn’t want to bake something, I thought coffee would be a welcome addition to overnight oats.

And it is, but milk and sugar are musts because the bitterness is intensified by soaking overnight with the oats.  So if you love coffee, you will love these, and if not, maybe mix your oats with something different.

I am on a huge coffee kick, so I really enjoyed kick starting my morning with some caffeine and this healthy, hearty dish!

Cappuccino Overnight Oats

Cappuccino Overnight Oats #SundaySupper

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 2 servings


1 cup old fashioned rolled oats (gluten free if necessary)

½ cup brewed coffee, cold

½ cup almond or coconut milk

2 tablespoons maple syrup

1 tablespoon vanilla extract


In a medium bowl stir together oats, coffee, milk, syrup, and vanilla until well combined. Cover tightly with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight.

In the morning, divide into two bowls and add an additional ¼ - ½ cup coconut or almond milk to each bowl. Top with fruit and/or nuts and serve immediately.


Additional chilling time is necessary

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  1. What a yummy breakfast!!! Coffee and oats all in one!!!

  2. Debbie Eccard says:

    I am going to forward this to my friend Anna. She loves coffee and Starbuck’s (she is German and most Germans love their coffee and Starbuck’s) and oats for breakfast! Great recipe. Thanks.

  3. Debbie Eccard says:

    Oh my German friend Anna will love this. She loves oats, coffee and Starbucks. I will pass it on to her. It looks so creamy and delicious!

  4. I used to add coffee to my frosted flakes, this would be awesome

  5. I keep meaning to make overnight oats as I know I’ll love them. I just haven’t actually done it yet. This is a recipe that I know I will really love. I need to make some and an extra to share with my little brother!

  6. I will definitely be trying this recipe, love, love rolled oats, just want to make sure that because you are soaking them all-night you do not have to cook, right?

  7. Wow, my morning coffee and cereal in the same bowl! FUN idea. This looks terrific — very creative. Thanks.

  8. Sounds really interesting, I have never heard of making oats with coffee before. I think I will try this!


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