Berries and Cream Overnight Oats

Who knew how to make overnight oats was this easy!? This Berries & Cream Overnight Oats is where to start if you are a newbie to overnight oats. This recipe has so many household staples in it and is an overnight oats with frozen fruit.

I am a big chia seed pudding fan (love these Pumpkin Pie and Chocolate Peanut Butter chia pudding recipes), but I hadn’t given overnight oats a chance since before I was even married. My husband and I used to make a similar combo before we were married, but we didn’t include the chia seed or protein powder; we truly weren’t receiving the full benefits of this protein packed breakfast or snack.

Fast forward 10 years later and after seeing so many tasty recipes and various combinations, I decided to give them another try. Of course I didn’t have the intricate ingredients when I was on a time crunch when I was first making them, so I looked for the staples that I always keep in my house and knew I wanted to make overnight oats with frozen fruit. This is how the Berries & Cream recipe was born. We always have frozen mixed berries, oats, almond milk, Greek yogurt, chia seed, vanilla protein, and agave syrup, so once I combined everything, I knew I loved this combo and had to recreate.

Not only are overnight oats so convenient to pull out of the fridge for breakfast on a busy morning, they are also easy to pack quickly for an on the go snack later in the afternoon. There are also so many combinations of overnight oats to try! I am definitely thinking about a tropical version for this summer.

Other Breakfast Recipes:

Easy Ham & Cheese Quiche

PB&J Overnight Oats

Berries and Cream Overnight Oats

Chocolate Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding

Chocolate Peanut Butter Chia Pudding

Protein Packed Muffins

Vanilla Goji Berry Protein Balls

Chia Yogurt Bowls

True MoJo Tips:

  • You do not need a special mason jar to make these – you can use plastic reusable storage containers (like my husband and I did 10 years ago) or glass food storage containers.
  • Don’t feel like you have to shake until its perfectly mixed because you will mix it again when you eat it.



  1. In a mason jar, combine all ingredients.
  2. Shake rigorously for 1-2 minutes or until ingredients are mixed well (you can also mix them better right before you enjoy)
  3. Refrigerate overnight (or for a few hours if you need them sooner).
  4. Enjoy!

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