Maple Blueberry Overnight Oats

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In the cooler months, I’m a sucker for a good, warm breakfast. On chilly mornings, almost nothing (sans coffee) helps me to feel better about the freezing temperatures and it’s a bonus when I don’t have to put much work into it. These Blueberry Overnight Oats are a great way to give everyone in the house a filling breakfast that warms their tummies, tastes great and keeps them going throughout the day.


Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats - The Everyday Mom Life

Mornings are fast, too fast. Between getting ready for your workday and preparing your kids for school, there isn’t much time to create the flavorful, fulfilling breakfast your family deserves.

This recipe is a bit indulgent and perfect for morning in when you want to cozy up on the couch AND it’s also great for mornings on the run since it’s made overnight in the slow-cooker. On school and work mornings you can just scoop some out and be on your way. Check out the full recipe below.

Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats - The Everyday Mom Life

Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats - The Everyday Mom Life

Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats

5.0 from 8 reviews
Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
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Serves: 6
  • 2 cups of frozen blueberries
  • 2 cups of milk (If you want to make this dairy free use unsweetened, vanilla almond milk as a substitute.)
  • 2 cups of steel cut oats
  • ¼ cup of sugar
  • ¼ cup of brown sugar
  • 3 Tbsp of cinnamon
  • 3 Tbsp of maple syrup
  • 1 tbsp of olive oil or cooking spray
  • Optional toppings: Fresh blueberries and more cinnamon
  1. Use the olive oil or cooking spray to spray the bottom and sides of the slow cooker. You can also use liners if you like.
  2. Combine everything together in the slow cooker EXCEPT the maple syrup.
  3. Give it all a bit off a stir.
  4. Set the slow-cooker for 10 hours on low. I made this at night and literally let it cook while we all slept. I put it in around 9 p.m.
  5. When you wake up the next morning, mix in the maple syrup and mix everything together well. The oats will be darker in color due to the brown sugar.
  6. Serve warm and top with some fresh blueberries and an additional sprinkle of cinnamon.


Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats - The Everyday Mom Life

I hope you guys try this this fall and winter and love it. It is seriously a recipe that we will make again and again. I love the idea of doing this for brunch and for holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and Mother’s Day. A breakfast that makes itself is so much easier and better than a breakfast I have to slave away over and the combination of flavors in this recipe will taste like all the comforts of home.

Happy eating, friends!

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Maple Cinnamon Blueberry Overnight Oats - The Everyday Mom Life


  1. Brown Sugar Vanilla Breakfast Seasoning sounds fantastic! I love oats for breakfast. They are my go to when I’m thinking about running or taking some hard fitness classes and I love coming up with new flavors to try!

  2. Overnight oats can be so good especially when you add some variety to the flavoring and fresh fruit/berries. I’m always open to new options at combinations. Thanks for this one.

  3. It’s been a while since I made overnight oats and I’m starting to miss it. I think it’s really convenient because you can make it at night and you don’t have to worry about making breakfast in the morning! This recipe looks so good!

  4. I love breakfast that makes itself! This sounds so perfect for cold weather, and so easy for mornings when we’re crazy busy. Can’t wait to give it a try!

  5. I seriously would like to try this recipe out, it looks divine and besides I love oats to bits. However, I do not have a slow cooker. What do you recommend I do so that they come out like yours?

  6. Maple cinnamon blueberry is my flavor! These would be the perfect way to start my day and I love that they are so simple. I am definitely adding these to my breakfast routine. Thanks a lot! xx

  7. This would be such a great idea for my weekend breakfast. I’m always too busy to cook on the weekends so it would be nice to have something made already. I love overnight oats of all kinds.

  8. Oh I need to find those McCormick Seasonings, they sound delicious! I need to try your Overnight Oats recipe, I am a big fan of these types of recipes!

  9. I’ve never seen those breakfast seasonings blends before! I am going to have to keep an eye out for them next time I am at the supermarket! Overnight oats are one of my favorite things to make for busy mornings!

  10. This recipe sounds delicious. I love all the ingredients used. I have never tried making oats in the slow cooker before so this is something I have to try. Thanks for the yummy recipe.

  11. I miss having a slow cooker! I really should look into getting one. I love the idea of making something yummy for breakfast and waking up to the smell of it in the slow cooker.

  12. I’ve never heard of the seasoning I’ll have to look for it! I have steel cut oats here and I never make them because they take too long…I need to make this and use them up, it sounds delish!!!

  13. I haven’t ever tried overnight oats before. These look delicious and I know my one daughter would love them too. She’s a huge fan of maple, and blueberry! Yum

  14. Yum! Confession – I’ve never made overnight oats! My oldest daughter loves oatmeal so I definitely should make this. She would be so surprised to wake up to this yummy smell in our kitchen.

  15. This sounds absolutely delicious! <3 My husband has been trying to get me to like overnight oats, but they're the kind you stick in the fridge and they're cold and chewy. BUT THIS… I'll definitely have to make this for him. Pinned for later!

  16. I feel like I’m weird because I LOVE breakfast so this is exactly the kind of winter time breakfast I love to make! I’ve been craving blueberries lately and totally love them with any meal. Can’t wait to try this out!

  17. We have plenty of oats but not all like to eat it because we only know one thing to do with it, add milk. Love this easy and new recipe. I can’t wait to try it!

  18. My mornings are usually on the go. I don’t have time to make breakfast. These overnight oats might just be the answer! Plus, who doesn’t love blueberries!

  19. I need to start making overnight oats for my breakfast. I never take time in the morning to prepare something so making it the night before would work for me. I love blueberries. I need to try this.

  20. Oatmeal in the morning is the best and my favorite pairing is with brown sugar and cinnamon and so I know I will love this with some added blueberries. Delicious!

  21. What a great combination of flavors. I haven’t made overnight oats in a while and these sound delicious. My work schedule is picking up and need some quick breakfast ideas.

  22. I love that this is a warm overnight oats recipe! I’m always looking for quick and simple breakfasts but most overnight oats are soaked cold in the fridge and I just don’t dig it! Giving this a try soon!

  23. These look delicious! I love that you can make these the night before and have them ready to go. My younger two are definitely fans of oatmeal.


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