How To Make Overnight Oats (with 10 Flavors)

5 of the 10 Overnight Oats flavors on a white background and grey backdrop, (tropical, blueberry almond, PBJ, creamsicle, and carrot cake).

Everything you need to know for How to Make Overnight Oats with 10 Flavors! This super easy make ahead breakfast is perfect for meal prepping. It’s gluten free and you’ll find my dairy free tips below as well. Overnight oats are typically served cold, but you can warm them up too. The 10 flavor variations are all based off dessert flavors, which means you can eat a healthy breakfast that tastes like you’re having dessert!

PBJ overnight oats in the front with blueberry almond and tropical oats in the background.

What is the big deal about overnight oats anyways? I promise the answer to that question is in your first bite of overnight oats! At first it may sound like a weird concept to eat a cold oats mixture for breakfast. And while you can heat these up, you’ll find the cold version to be incredibly delicious, and a lot like eating dessert for breakfast.

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Perfect Roasted Asparagus

Finished roasted asparagus on parchment paper.

This easiest side dish is so great for spring, and goes well with almost anything you can think of for dinner. The Perfect Roasted Asparagus comes together with just a few ingredients plus the right oven temperature that give you the best tasting asparagus. Try it will all of the extra variations below as well! Whichever way you choose to serve this recipe, it’s perfect with everything from pasta to simply prepared meats, and alongside every cuisine from Indian, to Italian, and Asian as well.

Roasted asparagus on a parchment paper lined gold baking sheet on a white background.

We eat so much asparagus every year when it’s in season, it’s downright embarrassing! We’re simply crazy about it, and never get enough during it’s short seasonal window. In fact, I just bought 6 pounds of it while grocery shopping yesterday, and the 2 of us will easily polish it right off this week.

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Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl

A Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl in a black bowl with corn, guacamole, and salsa in small bowls around it.

These Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowls are a homemade version of the classic restaurant favorite from Chipotle. They’re easy to meal prep as well so you can enjoy burrito bowls all week long. They taste even better than Chipotle’s burrito bowls, and they’re chock full of healthy veggies and fresh ingredients.

A Chipotle Chicken Burrito Bowl with small bowls of Pico de Gallo and Guacamole around it.

We’re bringing together all my latest Mexican inspired recipes with this restaurant inspired burrito bowl. Whether you just love Chipotle and want to make it at home, or you’re like us and don’t even have a Chipotle near you, these recipes are for you! In all seriousness, the closest Chipotle restaurant to us is about 3 hours away. So it’s only natural to make a version for at home that we can enjoy all the time.

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Cilantro Lime Rice (Chipotle Copycat)

A black bowl filled with Cilantro Lime Rice with lime wedges and cilantro around it.

This Cilantro Lime Rice is a Chipotle Copycat that tastes far and above better than the restaurant version! It’s simple to make at home and perfect paired with any Mexican inspired meal. We love using it in both taco bowls and burrito bowls.

A black bowl filled with Cilantro Lime Rice with lime wedges and cilantro on top.

This rice is the perfect flavor packed base to make just about any taco bowl or burrito bowl of your dreams. In all seriousness though, we love using either sweet potatoes or steamed rice for a base to build any kind of Mexican inspired bowl, (find all my recipes linked below).

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Fajita Veggies (Chipotle Copycat Recipe)

The finished Fajita Veggies in a white skillet with a wooden spoon.

These Fajita Veggies are a Chipotle copycat recipe, but are even tastier, and can be used in all sorts of Mexican inspired meals. Try these with everything from Beef Barbacoa to Pork Carnitas, or piled into a taco bowl! They’re easy to make, super flavorful, and a great addition to any ‘build a bowl recipe’ you like to make at home.

A white skillet filled with Fajita Veggies and a wooden spoon and striped linen.

These easy to make Fajita Veggies are part of our Mexican ‘build a bowl’ series. Last week we started with the Chipotle Chicken and Best Guacamole. And now we’re adding some tasty fajita veggies to the mix. Stay tuned for lots more to come over the next 2 weeks, and I’ll link them all below as they’re added so you can mix and match to make endless Mexican meals!

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