Blueberry overnight oats

Fancy a healthy sugar-free breakfast? Then try these blueberry overnight oats!

Blueberries and oats form a nutritionally rich duo that is not only delicious but also provides a powerful boost to overall health. Blueberries, packed with antioxidants like anthocyanins, offer anti-inflammatory properties and may boost the immune system. These small, juicy berries also contain vitamins, fiber, and minerals contributing to a healthy lifestyle.

Oats, a nutritious whole grain, are an excellent source of soluble fiber, promoting digestion, stabilizing blood sugar levels, and providing a satiating feeling. They also deliver complex carbohydrates and essential nutrients such as iron and B-vitamins, contributing to a steady release of energy.

The combination of blueberries and oats in meals like breakfasts and snacks not only offers a delightful taste experience but also a nutritious blend that supplies the body with essential nutrients. Whether it’s a bowl of oatmeal with fresh blueberries, a blueberry-oat smoothie, or blueberries added to oat cookies, this combination forms a tasty and healthy choice for a balanced diet.

What you need (for 4-5 portions blueberry overnight oats)

  • 1 liter unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 pack of frozen blueberries
  • 1 banana
  • 4 tbsp coconut shavings
  • 2 cups of acai powder
  • 4 el chia seeds
  • 200 grams of oatmeal

A bowl of blueberry overnight oats with almond.

How you make it

Put the banana, almond milk, blueberry, coconut shavings and acai powder in the blender and blend into a whole. Put the mixture in 4/5 containers and stir in the oatmeal and the chia seed. Leave in the fridge for one night. Garnish your breakfast the next day with the following: blueberries / raspberries, coconut shavings, almonds, pumpkin seeds or hemp seeds. Enjoy!

All recipes from bbb health boutique are tasty, healthy and plant-based. Here you will find an overview of all our delicious recipes.


Vegetables in a crate from BBB Health Boutique, the gym with a focus on body, food, and mind.

< Back
Book a free trial