Morning seems to be one of the busiest times of day. Get up, shower and dress, prepare breakfast … and if you have kids you may need to get them ready and prepare their lunches for school. Simplify your routine by making breakfast the night before. These overnight oat recipes made with honey are easy to put together and will be ready for you when you get up. If you don’t have time to eat at home they are also great for on-the-go situations!

Our Overnight Oats recipe is simple and flexible. With a vanilla base you can add fruit, granola or any other flavoring to make this breakfast your own.

If coffee is a must for you in the early hours of the day then you will love the Healthy Maven’s Mocha Overnight Oats.

This recipe for Overnight Oats With Figs and Honey by Gina’s Skinny Recipes incorporates the fruit of the season with a natural sweetener to add flavor.

The Overnight Refrigerator Oats With Fruit and Honey recipe from the Lemon Bowl calls for a little fresh fruit and cinnamon.

Raisins are always a wonderful addition to oatmeal. Use classic ingredients in Our Favorite Overnight Oats shared by 100 Days of Real Food.

One ingredient that always seems to be in the kitchen are bananas. Slice a few up and use them in this Banana Blueberry Overnight Oats recipe by a Pumpkin and a Princess.

Go for a tropical flare with Deliciously Ella’s Creamy Mango and Banana Overnight Oats.

Have some dessert for breakfast! Well, Fearless Dining’s Gluten Free Peach Cobbler Overnight Oats isn’t really a dessert but it tastes like it!

Hearty and filling, Apple Cinnamon Overnight Oats from Kecia’s Flavor Breakthrough will keep you awake and ready to go for the day.

Clean Food Dirty City shares this recipe for Raspberry Chia Overnight Oats that is creamy and a healthy way to start your day.

PB and J Overnight Oatmeal from PinkWhen is just what you need if you are craving a little peanut butter.

Chocolate for breakfast? Why not! Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Overnight Oats by Happy Food Healthy Life let’s you indulge in a sweet, healthy way.

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