There’s something about tasty overnight oats in the morning just gets me ready to go and wakes me up. I’m not sure if it’s the flavour, the texture or just because they look amazing but I love having them.
This blackberry overnight oats recipe is packed with so much flavour it’s bound to wake you up in no time. What I will say is make sure you stick to the ingredients, due to using frozen fruit you don’t want to make it too wet otherwise you’ll wake up with slop to look forward to.
I like to use frozen fruit in my overnight oats because it’s easier to use, you can store it for long periods of time and I find they’re cheaper to buy over fresh fruit. I hate that unhealthy food is cheaper to buy over fruit and I find that frozen fruit is a way to get around this.
Why I Love Overnight Oats?
I’ve been making overnight oats for a while now. I find them super easy to make and you can have them ready in literally 10 minutes. I don’t always have the time in the morning to make a healthy slimming world breakfast and I’m sure loads of other people are in the same boat.
I also love that you can make so many flavours when it comes to how to make overnight oats. I have an extensive range on Matts Cafe at the moment and one of the favourites my followers are loving are my chocolate orange overnight oats.
I’m always on the lookout for new overnight oat recipes though so if you have any suggestions on what I can make, let me know in the comments below!
I also love the fact that overnight oats look like total mush when you mix everything together but in the morning they taste so good, looks can lie!
How Many Syns In Blackberry Overnight Oats
So just like any of my overnight oat recipes, there’s syns! I would love to make a syn free overnight oat recipe that I can 100% say tastes amazing but I really can’t. I’ve tried syn free overnight oats and they just don’t hit the spot for me. What I will say is low syn overnight oat recipes are where it’s at!
You’ll be please to know that this slimming world overnight oats recipe is syn free if you use the porridge oats as your Healthy Extra B, otherwise, it has 7 syns in! Which I would like to say is amazing! I hate starting my day off by using loads of syns but at the same time if I use some, it gives me the motivation to exercise a little more, maybe walk to work and not drive.
So if you’re looking for a healthy overnight oats recipe for weight loss, these will help you but it’ll take a little longer. If you want to eat a syn free overnight oats recipe that tastes like soggy cardboard, go ahead however I find that doing that means I don’t stay on the slimming world journey often.
What Equipment To Use When Making Overnight Oats
Blackberry Overnight Oats Recipe Card
So how about we get to the part everyone wants, the epic overnight oats recipe! I find that this recipe makes enough for a healthy, single portion of overnight oats for anyone in the morning. However, if you’re looking to feed more than one person, just double the recipe.
If you’ve made this overnight oats recipe and want to tell me what you think, please do! I will also say that if you’re looking for overnight oats that are a little easier to make, try this chocolate overnight oats recipe and thank me later!
Slimming World Blackberry Overnight Oats Recipe
- Mason Jar or Tumbler
- Mixing Bowl
- Silicone Spatula
- 40 g Porridge Oats Healthy Extra B or 7 syns
- 30 g Frozen Blackberries
- 1 Muller Light Strawberry Raspberry and Cranberry
- Cut the Blackberries into half or quarters.
- Add all the ingredients into a mixing bowl. Mix until everything is fully combined.
- Spoon into a mason jar or tumbler and leave in the fridge overnight.
- Enjoy for breakfast.
|Porridge Oats||40g||36 kcal||£0.03|
|Muller Light Yoghurt (Raspberry & Cranberry)||1||168 kcal||£0.38|
|Blackberries (Frozen)||30 g||11 kcal||£0.12|
|PER SERVING||215 kcal||£0.53|
If you loved this overnight oats recipe as much as I did, don’t forget to add it to your Pinterest so that everyone else can enjoy it. Just don’t send it to Maggie as you don’t want her to get slimmer of the week again, right? Enjoy and let me know what you think in the comments!