Bite / Breakfast

PB & Chocolate Chip Oats

I received a ton of inquiries on the chocolatey goodness I posted on my IG story the other night.

The wait is over my friends!

That peanut buttery, chocolate chipped masterpiece in a mason jar was my new favorite breakfast- overnight oats. Mmmmmmmm! These babies have kicked my progress into full gear lately & they’re so freaking goooood! I love the convenience of prepping them in just 3 simple steps. I love the cold, creamy texture. And I absolutely love that you can top your oats with just about anything & it’ll still taste booooomb!

This will be the start of many overnight oat posts because they’re so versatile & I’m obsessed!

Since rolled oats are bland AF- I like to add flavor while keeping my macros on point. How do we do that? PROTEIN POWDER! :insert club horns here: As you know, protein powder literally comes in a million & one flavors. This allows me to control the taste of my oats- today I’m using ISO-100 Gourmet Chocolate. Everything else is completely based on your palette- you prefer almond milk? Do you boo! You like hot oats? Throw that bowl in the microwave! You hate peanut butter? Okay, you’re weird & I’m judging!


PB & Chocolate Chip Oats

Overnight Oats
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 1 mason jar


  • 1 cup Old Fashioned Rolled Oats *Whole Grain
  • 1 cup 0% Fat Free Milk
  • 1 scoops Chocolate Protein Powder *ISO-100 Brand
  • 1 tbsp Chia Seeds
  • 1 tbsp Organic Creamy Peanut Butter
  • 1 tbsp Semi Sweet Dark Chocolate Chips


  • Mix dry ingredients first (rolled oats, chia seeds & protein powder) together in a mason jar or bowl.
  • Pour milk into oats/chia seed/chocolate protein mixture & stir until everything is thoroughly combined.
  • Top mixture with peanut butter & chocolate chips.
  • Place in fridge overnight & indulgeeeee!

If you’re prepping these for the week, you can double up on the ingredients for each serving. I recommend mixing everything in a large bowl first, then pouring your mixture into mason jars. (The cute little mason jars I used are 10oz & you can find them here).

The more you add to your oats, the higher the calorie count will be. So if you’re in a caloric deficit, you might just want to have the oats, milk, protein powder & dasssit. If you can afford the calories & you’re feeling fancy, load it up & add bananas! Live your life! Treat yo’ self!

I hope you enjoy these overnight oats as much as I do! I hope this encourages you to check back on future mixtures made by yours truly! And I hope these make you look & feel fabulous! Feel free to share your favorites with me via email or social media! XOXO.