Apple Pie Overnight Oats


Apple pie in a jar. Does breakfast get any better than that? I think not. I am a huge fan of fall foods- apples, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, squash- the list goes on. I am not even ashamed of being a #basicbiotch when it comes to my love for fall. It is such a great time of year. The food is delicious, the holiday season is coming, and my running gets faster due to the decreased temps. What more could you want?? Well, a lot of things, but we won’t get into that right now ;).

Can Apple Pie Oats be healthy & taste good??

Of course they can! I am a firm believer in making healthy food taste good. It may take your taste buds a little bit of time to adjust to the natural taste of foods, but delicious seasonings and spices really make all the difference! This recipe mimics the taste of apple pie by using cinnamon, nutmeg, and sweet apples. I love that this recipe tastes delicious every time- even when you use different varieties of apples! I also love that this recipe is dirt cheap- especially when apples are in season!

It’s Apple Pick’n season Friends!


Use your fresh picked apples (or store bought) to create this delicious breakfast recipe. This meal has lots of fiber, protein, and nutrients to power your morning. I am not sure how I would survive dental school without a filling breakfast. This meal will make you feel great and help you stay full until lunch! You can always make the portion even larger if you get extra hungry (or are a 6 ft male or somethin;)).

Here’s what you will need for one serving


Apple Pie Overnight Oats

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Apple Pie in a Jar. Filling. Sweet. Nutritious & Delicious.

You'll Need...

  • 2/3 cup quick oats
  • 1/2 tbsp chia seed
  • 1/2 tbsp ground flax
  • 1/2 scoop vanilla protein powder (I used Vega Protein & Greens)
  • 3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
  • 1/8 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 large apple - honeycrisp, pink lady, fuji, and gala are my favs <3
  • optional: stevia, coconut sugar, or other sweetener to taste (if you like it sweet!)


  1. Get out your best mason jar. Add the dry ingredients first- the oats, ground flax, chia seed, protein powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, and optional dry sweetener. Then add in the almond milk and give everything a good mix. If you want to add a little more/less liquid feel free to play around with the measurements. Most/ all of the liquid should be absorbed by the morning creating a thick, yummy oatmeal! Next, add chopped apple to the top of the mixture. Some of the apples may sink a bit, but most should stay on top. You could mix all of the apples in if you would like, but I like to leave it unmixed. Leave it overnight in the fridge and eat it the next morning! Don't forget to grab a spoon on your way out the door!


I love the texture that chia seeds gives overnight oats! They really help to make it nice and thick! Plus chia seeds are a power house when it comes to nutrients- fiber, protein, healthy carbs- chia seeds have it all!



I hope you enjoy these delicious oats! Be sure to let me know if you make them by tagging me on instagram, facebook, or twitter!

What is your favorite overnight oats combo?

Have you been apple picking yet this year?

Do you like apple pie ??

Let me know in the comments!!



18 comments on “Apple Pie Overnight Oats”

  1. I’ve only made overnight oats with things like peanut butter, but I do like apples so I may give this a try!
    I do like apple pie but it has to have a homemade crust and I like it warm!

    1. Yes Tricia you must! Apples in overnight oats is amazing!!

  2. This sounds great! I love going apple picking this time of year and I’ve never tried an apple overnight oats recipe, so I can’t wait to give this a try.

    1. I love apple picking too Chrissy! I hope you enjoy the recipe!

  3. abbey says:

    My favourite overnight oats at the moment is Matcha, but apples and cinnamon are a classic fall favourite forusre <3 this looks awesome, thanks for sharing!

    1. I love Matcha!! I need to try it in overnights oats- I usually put it in my banana smoothies 🙂

  4. So easy and yet amazingly delicious looking! Anything with oats and apples I’m in.

    1. Thanks Jennifer! Me too- they are a match made in heaven!!

  5. Carmy says:

    Three cheers for fall flavours! Look apple picking season 🙂

    1. Fall really has some of the best foods!!

  6. I love overnight oats with fresh fruit!! Such a great breakfast or post workout snack.

    1. I love it too Christina! Fruit always has to be included in my overnight oats!!

  7. Tee says:

    I’ve been wanting to do an overnight oat apple dish, so this is perfect. Those apples look amazing!

    1. I hope you enjoy Tee! It really is so simple and delicious!

  8. May says:

    This looks delish – totally going to try it this fall!

    1. Thanks May, hope you enjoy!

  9. Ellie Pell says:

    This look delicious! I am a fan of Gala and Honey crisp apples…but they are EXPENSIVE! I actually eat an apple every morning with my breakfast. Adding them to my oats? Amazing!

    1. Thanks Ellie! I love gala and honey crisp too, but I think pink lady and piñata apples are my fav :). Luckily gala are very reasonable by me! I can usually find them for 99 cents a pound or less!

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