Tiramisu Overnight Oats

15 minutes
15 minutes
Nothing says good morning like a delicious cup of coffee, that is until you’ve tried tiramisu overnight oats! It’s your caffeine fix, breakfast, and a sweet tooth cure all in one. If tiramisu is your favorite dessert, you’re going to go crazy for this recipe. So yes you can now have dessert for breakfast!
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Tiramisu Overnight Oats

Nothing says good morning like a delicious cup of coffee, that is until you’ve tried tiramisu overnight oats! It’s your caffeine fix, breakfast, and a sweet tooth cure all in one. If tiramisu is your favorite dessert, you’re going to go crazy for this recipe. So yes you can now have dessert for breakfast!

I’m not going to lie, I haven’t always been the biggest fan of overnight oats. I think it’s a texture thing – not a fan of hot or cold oats as they’re mushy. But lately, I’ve been experimenting with overnight oats more and trying to have more fun with them like these strawberry matcha overnight oats. That’s how these tiramisu overnight oats came to be and I’ve been obsessed with them, making them weekly now! Now I’m brainstorming what dessert to turn into oats next!

How to Make It

Making overnight oats is so simple, possibly the easiest breakfast you’ll ever make. The hardest part is waiting overnight for it to be ready but as long as you plan ahead and make it the night before, all you got to do is wake up and breakfast is ready!

Here are the ingredients you need:

  • old-fashioned rolled oats
  • milk of choice (almond, oat, 2% milk)
  • instant coffee espresso powder
  • cocoa powder
  • maple syrup
  • vanilla extract

Just combine all the ingredients in a jar or any container you have, seal it up, and pop in the fridge to thicken up overnight.

If you don’t have instant coffee, you can add a shot of espresso instead or even iced coffee and cold brew. Just make sure to add less milk so the overnight oats still turn out thick with the same consistency.

The cocoa powder is completely optional. Typically, it’s just dusted over tiramisu at the end but I thought it would be fun to add a chocolate taste to the oats like a mocha. If you don’t want the chocolate taste, just add a dusting of cocoa powder on top of the oats the next morning!

If you don’t have instant coffee, you can add a shot of espresso instead or even iced coffee and cold brew. Just make sure to add less milk so the overnight oats still turn out thick with the same consistency.

The cocoa powder is completely optional. Typically, it’s just dusted over tiramisu at the end but I thought it would be fun to add a chocolate taste to the oats like a mocha. If you don’t want the chocolate taste, just add a dusting of cocoa powder on top of the oats the next morning!

The next morning when the oats are soft and thick, you can add a layer of vanilla yogurt on top to act as the whipped mascarpone in tiramisu and finish it with a dusting of cocoa powder on top to enjoy!

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Tiramisu Overnight Oats

Nothing says good morning like a delicious cup of coffee, that is until you’ve tried tiramisu overnight oats! It’s your caffeine fix, breakfast, and a sweet tooth cure all in one. If tiramisu is your favorite dessert, you’re going to go crazy for this recipe. So yes you can now have dessert for breakfast!

Nothing says good morning like a delicious cup of coffee, that is until you’ve tried tiramisu overnight oats! It’s your caffeine fix, breakfast, and a sweet tooth cure all in one. If tiramisu is your favorite dessert, you’re going to go crazy for this recipe. So yes you can now have dessert for breakfast!

15 minutes
15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 cup old fashioned rolled oats 
  • 1 1/4 cup milk of choice
  • 1 tablespoon espresso powder
  • 1 tablespoon cocoa powder 
  • 2 tablespoons maple syrup 
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • vanilla yogurt
  • cocoa powder, to dust on top

Instructions

  1. In a bowl, combine the oats with milk, espresso powder, cocoa powder, maple syrup, and vanilla extract. Mix together really well.
  2. Place in an air tight container and store in the fridge to soak and thicken overnight or at least 3 to 4 hours if you can't wait that long.
  3. The next morning, layer with vanilla yogurt and dust with cocoa powder to enjoy!
Tips & Notes
  • Feel free to add more or less maple syrup depending on how sweet you like your overnight oats.
  • Old fashioned rolled oats are the best for overnight oats! They soak the best.

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