Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

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Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

These vegan overnight oats are made with freshly spiralized pears, oats, chia seeds, and coconut milk, and spiced with cinnamon and sweetened with maple syrup, for a flavorful, easy breakfast that’s perfect for meal prep.

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

Full disclosure: this was my very first time making overnight oats! For whatever reason, I was always intimidated by making them. What are the perfect ratios? Milk or yogurt? What types of oats? And I never got around to doing it at night.

Then, one day, I tried it – and it worked perfectly and I was surprised at how easy and most importantly, delicious it was! Overnight oats are a nutritious and portable way to enjoy breakfast. It’s simple – just pack all of the ingredients into a mason jar, stir well, let sit overnight (or for at least 6 hours), and then stir in the morning, add a bit more milk to your preference, and voila – overnight oats to enjoy!

This is what they look like before the stir:

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

And then in the morning, after stirred and added with a little almond milk to make for a creamier consistency:

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

There are so many combinations with overnight oats, and I kept it pretty classic – cinnamon and maple, which pairs well with pear (pun intended!) The spiralized pears stir easily into the oats and ensure a little bit of pear in every bite, adding to this breakfast’s natural sweetness!

To be honest, I snacked on this all day long – from breakfast to dessert! I topped these oats with walnuts for an extra healthy fat and some crunch, as an option (and to make these photos a bit more pretty – oats are kinda blah in terms of color, haha!)

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats

So tell me – what are your favorite overnight oat combinations?

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Spiced Pear Overnight Oats


  • 2/3 cup old fashioned oats
  • 2 tablespoons chia seeds
  • 1 cup coconut milk from a 15oz can
  • 1 small pear Blade D, noodles trimmed well
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon maple syrup
  • almond milk to thin


  • Combine all of the ingredients in a mason jar and shake to combine. Refrigerate overnight.
  • When you’re ready to enjoy, add almond milk by the tablespoon and stir well until you reach your desired consistency (for me, 2 tablespoons was enough!)

Spiced Pear Overnight Oats


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Tabitha T says:
Do you eat them cold?
Carly Glazer says:
Yes! But they would also be delicious heated in the morning!
Kriti says:
I had only pears in my fridge, so thought to give this a try. Maybe a personal choice, but the recipe did not work out at all for me. Followed it exactly, and the cinnamon was too overpowering and the concoction was too runny because of 1c milk. All the seeds and the minimal sweetness, made it very tough to like. Would personally not recommend and skip.

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Meaghan says:
Thank you so much for giving this recipe a try and for your honest feedback!

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