Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats

Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats Recipe Oats in a Jar

Yes I am giving you another overnight oats recipe. I can’t help it I am obsessed. Overnight oats are so delicious and quickly becoming –next to green smoothies – my favorite breakfast.

This past weekend I made a chocolate peanut butter overnight oats recipe that was divine. It was like dessert for breakfast only better because you don’t need to feel guilty after you eat it. With that recipe I used powdered peanut butter for the first time. I loved it. So now I have a jar of powdered peanut butter I get to experiment with. Only good things can happen my friends.

As I started to think about new recipes using powdered peanut butter I asked myself the scientific question, “Hmmmm, what else do I like to eat with peanut butter?” Immediately, I thought bananas. I love bananas and peanut butter together. It is a snack I want to eat frequently but don’t cause it tends to be higher in calories and fat. However, powdered peanut butter allows me to enjoy these flavors without all the added fat and calories. So, peanut butter lovers, I give you a new overnight oats recipe…Banana and Peanut Butter Overnight Oats. YAY!!

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The final result of mixing together rolled oats, almond milk, ½ a banana, and peanut butter powder is a breakfast that tasted like a delicious banana pudding with a hint of peanut butter and a heartier texture. I added some peanuts for crunch. Scrumptious! Seriously, where have overnight oats been my whole life. I do want to point out that I did not add any pure maple syrup to this recipe like I have done with the others. I found the ripe bananas to add plenty of sweetness.

Add this to your overnight oats rotation. You will love it!

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Peanut Butter and Banana Overnight Oats
 
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Recipe type: overnight oats recipe, oats in a jar recipe
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 pint size mason jar
  • ½ cup unsweetened almond milk
  • 2 tablespoons powdered peanut butter
  • ½ ripe banana, cut into small pieces (freeze rest for smoothie or another recipe)
  • 1 teaspoon chia seeds
  • ½ cup rolled oats
  • 1 teaspoon unsalted roasted peanuts
Instructions
  1. In a pint size mason jar pour in almond milk. Stir in peanut butter powder until mixed together.
  2. Add banana, chia seeds, and rolled oats. Stir until all ingredients are combined.
  3. Put mason jar lid on and refrigerate overnight.
  4. In the morning, stir oats and add a little more almond milk till you get the consistency you like. Sprinkle peanuts on top and enjoy.
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This recipe can be made up to 3 days ahead of time.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 jar Calories: 298 Fat: 9 Carbohydrates: 49 WW Points +: 8 Fiber: 9 Protein: 13

 

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Comments

  1. This sounds heavenly!! I have never heard of ‘powdered’ peanut butter. Where can I purchase this? Thanks so much for sharing!!

  2. Where can I find powered peanut butter? I have enjoyed the overnight oats for breakfast.

  3. Do you have to use a mason jar for the overnight oats? Is a plastic/tupperware container ok too?

  4. Can you use flax seeds instead of chia seeds?

    • I never used them so I am not sure. From my understanding flax seeds in to be ground up, right? I have used ground flax in my cherry overnight oats recipe and it was very good.

  5. Do you eat this cold or could you heat up? Also, could you use quick cooking rolled oats?

    Thanks!

  6. Can these be made with regular milk?

  7. Is this really 49 WW points +?

  8. Aarushi Sinha says:

    Hi! Can this be made with soy milk?

  9. This sounds amazing. Any way The calories could be trimmed?

  10. What about using regular peanut butter? Just stir it in after?

  11. I’m not sure about the nutritional value of powdered pb? There’s more to nutrition than less calories. I’m interested in overnight oats but will need to research powdered pb to make sure it’s safe to eat.

  12. can you tell me what is the purpose of the chica seeds?

  13. Jarrett says:

    I’m not sure if this was already asked–but, can you substitute a peanut butter puree, for the powder? Or, just plain peanut butter?

  14. Lauren A. says:

    All I have are steel cut oats. Would they still be okay to use in this recipe? Would it make much of a difference?

  15. Anita cryer says:

    I am a diabetic I need to know how much peanut butter to use. And can you use pkg of instant oatmeal, and how many pkgs to use for a pint jar.

  16. I followed the instructions, but the oats didn’t seem to absorb any of the liquid. It came out basically the same way it went in. Any ideas as to what I did wrong?

  17. someone asked about using peanut butter and I never saw a response…….could you??

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