Chocolate orange overnight oats

Oats are wonderful whole grains that give your gut the fibre that keeps it happy.

We love oats at Nuush.

These chocolate orange overnight oats are fab for breakfast or after hard exercise. The Greek yoghurt is full of calcium and probiotics, the cocoa gives you a polyphenol hit and the orange zings you up with vitamin C!


  • 40g rolled oats
  • 180g Greek yoghurt
  • couple of splashes of whole organic milk
  • tablespoon of quality cocoa powder (or more to taste)
  • tablespoon of honey or dark demerara sugar
  • 2 squares of chocolate chopped as shown in the pic
  • 1 large juice orange

Nuush clients: Please apply the portion sizes stated in your account and divide the recipe so that you make only as much you need.


Whizz the milk, yoghurt, chocolate powder and sugar in a blender with the juice of half the orange. This ensures that the choc powder mixes in properly. Taste to see if it’s chocolatey enough. If not, add more cocoa.

Now stir in the oats and leave in a covered bowl in the fridge overnight, alongside the remaining orange half.

When ready to serve cut a slice of orange if you want it to look pretty, then chunk-up the remaining orange flesh and place it in the bottom of a cereal bowl. Top with the overnight oats and orange slice then add the chopped chocolate to finish.

Chocolate orange overnight oats

Nutrition Info


Oats are particularly high in manganese which is great for healthy bone formation, healthy skin and helping to control blood sugar. Oats are a wholegrain, that means the good stuff hasn’t been removed. Wholegrains are an important source of B vitamins and fibre.

Oats are a great source of the soluble fibre called beta-glucan. That’s what makes porridge kinda viscous and it stays quite viscous as it passes through you, sweeping up any excess cholesterol as it goes. A happy gut is at the heart of good health!

Oats do a special thing – as they pass through your intestine their bulk presses against its muscly walls. It presses back in response and by doing so its muscles get stronger. Oats are literally like a sparring partner for your digestive tract!

Good honest nutrition

Are oranges called oranges because they are orange in colour? Or is the colour orange called orange because oranges are orange in colour?

Portion Guidelines

Instead of living with the bore of weighing food, counting points or calories and tapping everything you eat into a phone you can use nature’s custom-designed tool – your hands!

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