Pumpkin Overnight Oats

This breakfast-friendly Pumpkin Overnight Oats recipe can be made ahead for a delicious pumpkin pie-inspired treat packed with creamy oats and fall flavors!

Raise your hand if you’re into dessert-inspired breakfast! Any takers? ‘Cuz today, I’m sharing the best pumpkin overnight oats to grace your breakfast nook.

This pumpkin pie overnight oats recipe embodies cozy fall vibes with delicious pumpkin pie spice blanketing a rich ‘n creamy oatmeal delight, topped with candied pecans and your favorite whipped topping.

What are pumpkin overnight oats?

A quick refresher: overnight oats are an easy breakfast recipe that’s made by stirring oats, milk or cream, and most often chia seeds, together and left to thicken overnight in the refrigerator.

Pumpkin overnight oats are a fall-inspired flavor variation of classic overnight oats. Typically, you’ll see pumpkin pie, or pumpkin spice flavors in this recipe.

Today, I’m making pumpkin pie overnight oats. This means that you’ll get the milky creaminess of classic overnight oats, combined with the pumpkin flavored spices of pumpkin pie, all in one easy-to-make overnight oat recipe.

pumpkin overnight oats jars with whipped topping and a cinnamon stick

Can I make any substitutions?

You can make this pumpkin pie overnight oats recipe your own by using the ingredients you have on hand and experimenting with less sweetener, more sweetener, or even swapping out the brand of yogurt your use.

Just make sure to stick to the general recipe and get saucier after you nail the initial recipe.

Pumpkin Overnight Oats Ingredients

Pumpkin Overnight Oats Ingredients measured into small prep bowls, including oats, milk, pumpkin puree, chia seeds, spices, yogurt, and more

How to make pumpkin overnight oats

set out the jars

Set out two to three small jars for your overnight oats. Here are the ones that you see in the pictures for this recipe

Two photos showing How to Make Pumpkin Overnight Oats – pouring oats and chia seeds into a mixing bowl

add the ingredients

Add all ingredients to a large mixing bowl for easy stirring: oats, chia seeds, pumpkin pie spice, ground cinnamon, coconut sugar, coconut cream or yogurt, pumpkin puree, milk, vanilla and maple syrup.

Two photos showing How to Make Pumpkin Overnight Oats – add yogurt, milk, and other wet ingredients into the bowl

Since you’ll add maple syrup in last, you can take this opportunity to adjust how much you’d like–more for sweeter, less for less sweet pumpkin overnight oats.

Feel free to start with less, then stir in more to taste.

Two photos showing How to Make Pumpkin Overnight Oats – adding maple syrup to finish the wet ingredients


Stir until well mixed and no coconut cream or yogurt clumps remain.

Two photos showing How to Make this easy breakfast recipe – stirring ingredients together

Don’t worry about the overnight oats not being thick–they’ll thicken overnight in the refrigerator.

Next, pour the pumpkin pie overnight oats mixture into resealable jars.

Two photos showing How to Make this easy breakfast recipe – pouring mixture into resealable glass jars for storing in the fridge

store overnight

Store jars overnight and enjoy this breakfast delight in the morning!

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What does this taste like?

Have you ever tried my vegan overnight oats? For my overnight oats recipe, I like to ensure that they’re the right balance of creamy, lightly sweet and texture-rich (but not overloaded).

For my pumpkin pie overnight oats, I dialed up the pumpkin flavor, then enhanced that flavor with your favorite fall spices: cinnamon, cloves and more.

To get that special pie flavor, I added in a bit of coconut sugar to add a warm, caramel sweetness to the overnight oats. You can even add in a dash of maple syrup for an extra fall punch.

this breakfast recipe in a jar, held in one hand

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So, how excited are you to enjoy your pumpkin pie-flavored breakfast?! I simply cannot wait to hear what you think! If you try my recipe, make sure to comment below and let me know your thoughts. I truly enjoy hearing from you. ‘Til the next kitchen adventure…

Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️

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Pumpkin Overnight Oats in two jars with fall decor

Pumpkin Overnight Oats

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This breakfast-friendly Pumpkin Overnight Oats recipe can be made ahead for a delicious pumpkin pie-inspired treat packed with creamy oats and fall flavors!



Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

Optional Topping

  • Cinnamon, pecans, coconut whip
  • Coconut sugar or maple syrup


  1. Set aside 2-3 resealable jars. Here are the resealable mini glass jars that I use–if using these, set aside 3 jars.
  2. Add all pumpkin overnight oats ingredients to a mixing bowl for easier stirring. Stir until well mixed, then pour into jars when done. If using coconut cream, make sure no coconut cream clumps remain after stirring.
  3. Add optional dry topping. Seal jars.
  4. Store overnight in the refrigerator for up to 5 days.** Overnight oats will become thicker as each day passes. If desired, add non-dairy milk and mix well to thin it out. Enjoy cold, or heat in the microwave in 20-second increments until warm.

Adapted from my Easy Classic Overnight Oats Recipe.

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Where to Buy IngredientsCoconut Cream | Chia Seeds | Pure Maple Syrup

*I prefer using coconut cream in overnight oats—it lends a thick, creamy and delicious texture. If using non-dairy yogurt, make sure to choose your favorite kind—the flavor will be very present. Also, use vanilla yogurt for a tasty addition!

**Storing Instructions: Overnight oats can be kept for up to 5 days. However, if using homemade almondmilk or another ingredient that is highly perishable, overnight oats will stay fresh for a shorter period (such as 2-3 days).

How to Make Vegan: use coconut cream or non-dairy yogurt, non-dairy milk, and vegan whipped topping.

Recommended Tools Mini Overnight Oat Jars | Glass Mixing Bowls for making large batches easily

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 0 mins
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Method: Chill
  • Cuisine: American

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  1. You read my mind! Going to try this very, very soon and I will report back! I already know i’m going to like it though because Beaming Baker, duh!!

      1. I’ve made this several times since. I make it with flaxseeds instead of chia seeds because chia seeds get stuck in between my teeth 😆 I also use yogurt instead of the coconut cream. Such a good recipe! Thanks again, Demeter! ❤️

      2. Yes!!! Woot woot! Oh my goodness, I hear your struggle with chia seeds. Lol. That’s exactly the reason why my mom always grumbles when I get her to eat something with it. So smart on the flaxseeds, Michelle! Yogurt is so much easier, right? Haha. But sometimes (just sometimes)… I just love that extra mile for coconut cream in my overnight oat goodness. Thanks for reporting back as always, Michelle. I truly appreciate you!! ❤️

      3. LOL thanks for understanding my gripe about chia seeds. Hubby says “well at least you have a snack for later!’ Ummm yuck!? 😆 Flaxseeds probably get stuck between my teeth too but at least they’re not giving me a look like I’m missing a tooth or something! 😂
        I will have to try it with the coconut cream one of these days I might want that extra mile! I bet it’s even better! Thanks for suggestion! ❤️