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Blueberry Chia Soaked Oats


Category: Breakfast

This breakfast is yummy and simple and satisfying. Make it a part of your morning routine.

  • Recipe
  • My Notes
  • Nutrition Facts
  • Ratings & Comments (20)


1/2 cup old fashioned oats
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 cup unsweetened soy, hemp or almond milk
1 tablespoon raisins or chopped dates
1/2 cup fresh or thawed frozen blueberries (or other fruit)
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon or pure vanilla bean powder, optional


Combine all ingredients. Soak for at least 30 minutes or overnight.

My Notes: (Click Edit to enter your notes about this recipe)

Serves 1

Per Serving:

Calories 361
Protein 16 g
Carbohydrates 51 g
Sugars 12 g
Total Fat 11.5 g
Saturated Fat 1.9 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 38 mg
Fiber 10.8 g
Beta-Carotene 24 ug
Vitamin C 7 mg
Calcium 72 mg
Iron 12.5 mg
Folate 50 ug
Magnesium 102 mg
Potassium 145 mg
Zinc 0.9 mg
Selenium 5.9 ug

My Rating: 
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07/24/2017 07:39 PM

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Had this for breakfast today but without the raisins. Yummy and satisfying!! 


07/24/2017 07:47 PM

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Need to double the recipe for me to be anywhere near satisfied.

AJ Morrow replies:

07/28/2019 10:26 AM

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I had it with a Go-To Green juice and together it was a perfect breakfast portion for me. But eaten alone, I would have been unsatiated too.

randywsandberg replies:

08/15/2023 10:45 AM

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Same here Geoffrey. Which I have found is usually the case (i.e., Two to four servings = One Randy serving ;-).


07/27/2017 07:28 AM

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I made this today and it was delish..This one I will put in my rotation..yummy and filling


03/02/2018 09:53 AM

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Delicious & easy!  Used craisins instead of raisins. It sustained me for hours! :)

This comment was last edited on 03/02/2018 09:54 AM


07/07/2018 01:39 PM

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Next time I'll add a little cinnamon, but all-in-all not bad. 


07/10/2018 04:24 PM

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one of my go-to breakfasts!



09/28/2018 02:12 PM

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I just now finished the Blueberry Chia Soaked Oats breakfast and thoroughly loved it.  I soaked the oats overnight, substituted strawberrys I had on hand for the blueberrys and used almond milk, which I just purchased.  It was nice and tasty and I will certainly be making this again and again and again.  Nice quick recipe for me as I am a new member and just getting started.





04/18/2019 11:24 AM

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I don't see coconut milk being used in recipes; is that something that's avoided on purpose? 

AJ Morrow

07/28/2019 10:23 AM

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This is a great recipe for doing lots of variations - I have used mashed banana and vanilla in recipe overnight instead of the raisins and blueberries, and it was great too. This recipe also holds up to be done by throwing everything together at once with nothing needing added after the resting time required (note: this does make it a much thinner consistency if you use frozen fruit unless you reduce the amount of soy/hemp/almond milk).


10/20/2019 07:54 PM

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Easy and yummy! Great for road trips also!


11/19/2019 02:41 PM

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Do you heat the overnight oats before eating or do you eat it cold?

Linda P. replies:

12/02/2019 01:13 PM

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You eat it cold. 

AmyJL replies:

05/21/2021 07:03 AM

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I usually heat it up. 


randywsandberg replies:

08/15/2023 10:48 AM

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You do not need to heat up the oats. Just eat them the followign morning. Although, in the morning, if you want to eat them warm then sure, you can quickly heat them up. As has been said, "Have it your way!"


10/13/2020 07:53 PM

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Its great to see everyone's comments!  I really liked this recipe.  I used hemp milk, added about 1/4 t cinnamon (using more next time) and had a sliced up banana for the fruit (I also added a pinch of salt).  It was a good sized portion, but more importantly, it stayed with me much longer than my normal fresh fruit breakfast.  Super easy to make and so nice to wake up and have breakfast made.  The hemp milk and chia seeds made it creamy which as nice also.  Thanks for the recipe and those who took the time to post suggestions!

Cindy Weinberger

01/02/2021 08:02 AM

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I absolutely love this recipe!  I have a big appetite, and it kept me full for a long time.  If you are keeping an eye on calcium intake, check the amount in your non-dairy milk.  I had to cut back a bit and sub in some water to keep it at or under 500 mgs.  Thanks for this recipe!


11/04/2022 11:25 AM

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I could eat this every day just as the recipe is given. I often do a late breakfast and early supper and am not hungry in between.

greenkale3 replies:

06/05/2023 12:16 PM

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Hi!  Just wondering do you just eat this for breakfast and no other foods or water before your early supper?  Also, do you do any exercises in between?  I would be so low energy.  Please let me know if you would how you do this?  thanks so much !  Cindy



06/23/2023 11:36 AM

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Just had this for breakfast this morning.  Incredibly good and satisfying!  Thank you


09/26/2023 03:37 PM

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My husband and I love this. I add 1 TB each of flaxseed and hemp seed, as well, and sometimes sliced strawberries.

Megan C

10/22/2023 04:12 PM

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I make this as overnite oats frequently, and it's delicious and no fuss. The chia seeds give it extra creaminess, and I particularly recommend the vanilla bean powder for a punch of flavor.


11/01/2023 07:52 PM

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I  am not a fan of raisins so I did not include them.  I used almond milk and basically left it in the bottom of the bowl as I am not a fan of that either.  I am trying, but it is just too thin.  I found the one portion to be too much to eat and would heat it up the next time I eat it.  

Judy F

01/02/2024 11:14 PM

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This is my almost everyday breakfast. I make 3 at once to save time and it is just as good on the third day. Love it. 

This comment was last edited on 01/02/2024 11:16 PM


06/20/2024 11:07 PM

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Great breakfast!