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brownie batter vegan overnight oats

vegan brownie batter overnight oats

If you’re not a morning person (I’m not) you mostly like don’t have the time or the energy to make a healthy breakfast before rushing out the door. When I was working a normal, boring 9-5 I was always late, and never ate breakfast, mainly, because I didn’t have the time to whip anything up before leaving the house.


Say hello to overnight oats. Overnight oats are an easy and delicious way to plan and prepare healthy breakfasts for an entire week, and take almost no time to make. It’s filling, and packed with protein and good fats. Having a breakfast high in protein can optimize your brain’s ability to send messages to the rest of your body, which will help you, wake up, and can ward off hunger– keeping you energized until lunch.


I mix all my ingredients together, place it in the fridge at night, and just forget about it until morning. I love chocolate, so this is my favourite recipe, but you can change up the ingredients, adding fruit, nuts, and spices as you see fit.

brownie batter vegan overnight oats

For this vegan overnight oats recipe I used the chocolate protein powder by Tao Nutrition, an award winning gluten free and vegan protein powder that won’t cause bloating and isn’t full of chemicals. Want to try Tao Nutrition? Use the promo code: edgyveg and get a 10% discount on your order!

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Overnight Oats Recipe : Brownie Batter VEGAN
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EASY Brownie Batter overnight oats made with simple, healthy ingredients that can be made in only 5 minutes. Healthy, vegan, gluten free and so yummy.
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: Vegan
Serves: 2
  1. In a small bowl, mix together peanut butter and banana.
  2. Mix in cacao powder, chia seeds, coconut sugar, chocolate protein powder, vanilla, cinnamon and salt until well combined.
  3. Add in almond milk & oats until they are thoroughly coated.
  4. Pour oats into tupperware or mason jars.
  5. Cover and refrigerate overnight until the oats soften and the liquid has been absorbed.
  6. This dish can be eaten cold, or microwaved for 30-60 seconds for a warm chocolaty breakfast.
  7. Top with favorite toppings and enjoy.
This recipe will make enough for two breakfast portions.

Want more vegan breakfast options? Check out my favourite vegan breakfast recipes…

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  • Sarah Robertson says:

    Do I have to use the protein powder or can I just use more cocoa powder? I don’t have protein powder on hand because my family doesn’t use it.

  • Sarah Robertson says:

    Do you have to use the protein powder? I don’t have any in my house because we never use it.

  • Absolutely amazing!! Thank you so much for sharing!

    I do have a question…. how long would you say that these keep in the fridge?

  • Crystal Spinks says:

    This was delicious !!!
    Just out of Curiosity , what is the calorie count on this?
    Thanks ?

  • This is so tasty. I’m definitely going to make it again!


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