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Overnight Oats

A few weeks ago I have literally rediscovered Overnight Oats! For those who have not yet heard this term, I would like to mention briefly what kind of dish is hidden behind it. In principle, Overnight Oats are nothing more than a muesli with oats, which you already prepare the night before. So it can soak overnight and you have the prepared breakfast in the fridge on the next morning. It couldn’t be more practical, could it?

Overnight Oats with Grapes

On my blog you can already find a delicious Overnight Oats recipe with buttermilk, mulberries and figs. But the other day I was reminded that many years ago, my absolute favorite cereal was rolled oats, grapes, and soy yogurt. And I know how crazy that sounds, but somehow the taste of that combination reminds me of cookie dough. So I thought I’d create a new recipe for you guys out of it. Maybe I’m not the only one who has such a strange taste association with this.

Simple vegan breakfast

And you can conveniently prepare this delicious breakfast one, two or even three days in advance. So in the morning you can get the pre-made breakfast right out of the fridge. I must say that I find this just incredibly convenient! Especially during the week things always have to go fast for me in the morning. And then I’m happy when my delicious, healthy and protein-rich breakfast is already waiting for me.

And these yummy Overnight Oats are not only vegan, but they are also completely free of added sweeteners. The grapes, raisins, and soy skyr already add such a great sweetness to the oatmeal that you won’t even need to add any additional sweetness at all.

So be sure to give this recipe a try. And please let me know if it reminds you a little bit of cookie dough, too. 🙂
Have fun trying it out and see you for the next recipe

Overnight Oats Grapes

Overnight Oats

vegan muesli out of the fridge with grapes and raisins
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Prep Time 5 mins
Course Breakfast
Servings 1 serving


  • 1/2 cup rolled or quick cooking oats
  • 1 tbsp raisins
  • 1 tbsp chia seeds
  • 1/2 cup soy milk
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 cup (high protein) soy yoghurt approx. 150g
  • 2 oz. grapes


  • Mix the oats, chia seeds and raisins with the milk and water in a jar or container and place in the refrigerator for a few hours (4 to 8) covered.
  • Then stir well again and layer the soy skyr and washed and halved grapes on top of the oat base. Feel free to add other toppings here, such as fruits, nuts or seeds. Then reseal the jar and leave to soak in the fridge overnight.


nutritional information per serving:
  • calories: 389 kcal
  • fat: 12 g
  • carbohydrates: 45 g
  • protein: 17 g
Keyword vegan
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