From Our Kitchen: Overnight Oats with Rose & Berry Compote

Overnight oats are a perfect, nutritious snack that are guaranteed to make your mornings easier. In this recipe, gluten-free oats are soaked overnight, then expand their texture by melding flavors like lucuma (which tastes like a cross between maple and sweet potato, giving your oats a little edge), cinnamon, and date paste. 

To top it off, we are making a delicious rose & berry compote. The sweetness of the fruit soaks into the oats overnight, making it truly delectable. Any fruit can be transformed into a tasty, versatile compote, and fresh, frozen or bruised berries work. There’s no canning necessary – just heat the berries in a pot, and add a few flavorings for a thickening edge. We’ve also added rosewater, which is rich in anti inflammatory properties, and a pinch of maple syrup, making this compote the cherry on top to this amazing breakfast snack.

Overnight Oats with Rose & Berry Compote



Yield 4 servings

These delicious overnight oats provide you with the energy you need to start your day right. Our recipe is low in sugar, and the berry & rose compote adds an extra dose of antioxidants to your day.


For the Oats

2 ½ cups gluten-free oats

3 teaspoons lucuma

2 cups oat milk, plain, unsweetened

3 tablespoons date paste

½ teaspoon vanilla extract

½ teaspoon cinnamon

2 tablespoons chia pudding (water base)

Pinch of salt

For the Rose Berry Compote

⅓ cup raspberries

⅓ cup blackberries

One drop of rosewater (no more, no less -- rose water is very strong!)

1 tablespoon maple syrup

⅛ teaspoon vanilla extract


  1. Combine all of the ingredients in a large mixing bowl, and mix until well-combined.
  2. Separate the mixture amongst 4 mason jars.
  3. To make the compote, add the fresh or frozen berries to a pot over medium heat. Add maple syrup, rose water, and vanilla and continue to cook until liquid begins to absorb and mixture thickens.
  4. Remove from heat and allow to cool. Divide amongst the 4 mason jars and place the compote on top of the oat mixture.
  5. Cover the mason jars with a lid and refrigerate overnight.

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