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Matcha Overnight Oats

Jade Leaf

Simple, easy, healthy! Make these matcha overnight oats the night before, to be ready to pull out of the fridge and enjoy by morning.

What are overnight oats?

Overnight oats is basically oatmeal that you don’t have to cook. The oats rest in the fridge overnight with liquid and other mix-ins, and soak it all up- resulting in a pudding-like breakfast that’s perfect for busy mornings!


What kind of matcha should I use?

We love to use our Culinary Grade matcha in this overnight oats recipe! However, any grade of matcha you like will work for these overnight oats.

How do you make overnight oats?

It’s super easy. In a bowl, mix together:

  • Almond milk (or any milk you like)

  • Culinary Grade Matcha

  • Maple syrup or honey- feel free to customize the amount of sweetener based on your preference

  • Salt

  • Vanilla extract

Once combined, pour the milk mixture over your rolled oats, transfer to the fridge, and you’re done! In the morning, you’ll have delicious, creamy matcha overnight oats.

What can I add to matcha overnight oats?

There are so many possibilities when it comes to toppings/add-ins for overnight oats! Here are some suggestions:

  • Top with Greek yogurt

  • Strawberries

  • Raspberries 

  • Banana

  • Dried fruit

  • Nuts

Have fun and get creative!


  • 3/4 cup almond milk

  • 1 tsp culinary grade matcha, sifted 

  • 2 teaspoon maple syrup

  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

  • ¼ teaspoon salt

  • ½ cup rolled oats



  1. In a bowl, whisk together almond milk and matcha, until no clumps remain. Mix in maple syrup, vanilla, and salt.

  2. Add rolled oats to a jar or another container; pour the milk mixture over the oats, stir, and transfer to the fridge; let sit overnight or at least 4 hours. Top with yogurt, fruit, etc; enjoy! 



Lauren is a food photographer and recipe developer originally from southwest Florida, currently living in Boston, MA. She is a graduate of the University of Central Florida, where she studied anthropology and humanities and cultural studies. When Lauren isn’t creating delicious matcha recipes for Jade Leaf, you can find her in the kitchen dreaming up unique recipes for her blog, or posting mouthwatering food pics on her Instagram @lalaskitchentable!