Mango overnight oats! My easy mango overnight oatmeal recipe is perfect for meal prep. These vegan mango overnight oats make the best quick easy healthy breakfast to go! Made with tropical flavors like mango and coconut they are so delicious.
Overnight oats are so great to make all year long! They are super healthy and easy to make. I love this mango overnight oatmeal recipe because with the coconut and mango, it doesn't need any sweetener at all!
I made these delicious mango overnight oats with a few healthy and easy to find ingredients! Make sure you have a glass mason jar or other glass jar with a tight fitting lid so you can safely heat them up if you like warm overnight oatmeal.
MANGO OVERNIGHT OATS INGREDIENTS
My mango overnight oats recipe has just a few simple ingredients! If you are looking for a vegan mango overnight oats recipe, you came to the right place! You can easily use any type of milk and yogurt you like in place of the coconut milk and coconut yogurt, too.
- Rolled (old fashioned) oats (NOT steel cut, quick or instant oats)
- Chia seeds
- Coconut milk
- Mango (fresh or frozen works)
- Coconut yogurt
- Coconut flakes
HEALTH BENEFITS OF MANGO OVERNIGHT OATS
If you're wondering if overnight oats are healthy the answer is yes! My healthy mango overnight oats are loaded with benefits! This is an excellent breakfast for hormone balance, gut health, and weight loss thanks to its high fiber content.
MANGO OVERNIGHT OATS HEALTH BENEFITS:
- Rolled oats are great to keep you full, help balance hormones, and are amazing for your gut health.
- Chia seeds are another excellent source of fiber, which is one of the best things you can eat for sustainable weight loss and even to lower your cholesterol!
- Yogurt is packed with protein, healthy fats, and probiotics which are great to help your good gut bugs thrive!
- Coconut milk is a great source of many minerals and healthy fat burning fats known as medium chain triglycerides.
- Coconut flakes are another great source of minerals, fiber, and healthy fats! Make sure you buy the unsweetened kind!
- Mangoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, copper, folate, vitamin B6, vitamin A and more! These help with building collagen for healthy skin and lowering inflammation!
HOW TO MAKE TROPICAL MANGO OVERNIGHT OATS
My easy mango overnight oatmeal serve 4 and are good for up to 5 days, but you can easily make as many jars or as little jars as you want depending on your family size! Mango overnight oats are amazing for babies and toddlers too and I always have some prepped in my fridge!
STEP 1: Add all your ingredients to a mason jar.
In each of your jars add:
- ½ cup rolled (old fashioned) oats
- 1 tablespoon chia seeds
- ¼ cup coconut yogurt
- ¾ cup coconut milk
- ½ cup fresh mango can sub frozen
- ⅛ cup shredded coconut flakes
STEP 2: Mix well and refrigerate overnight!
Mix the ingredients in your mango overnight oats so that they are completely combined. Cover with a tight fitting lid.
Store your mango overnight oatmeal in the fridge overnight. Yes you do have to soak them overnight for the full health benefits! Did you know your body absorbs the minerals better from grains that have been allowed to soak overnight?
STEP 3: Heat & Eat!
You can eat mango overnight oats warm or cold (they're actually delicious this way!)
The overnight oats may thicken when you heat them so add more milk as needed to get the consistency you like!
Hope you enjoy!
MANGO OVERNIGHT OATMEAL SERVING IDEAS:
I like to add extra mangoes and coconut flakes when I eat mine!
Here's some excellent healthy overnight oatmeal topping ideas:
- Fresh fruit
- Coconut flakes
- Nuts & Seeds
- Nut butters
Any way you eat them, mango overnight oats are so delicious and so healthy for you!
Frequently asked questions about my healthy mango overnight oatmeal recipe.
How do I make mango overnight oats vegan?
This mango overnight oatmeal recipe is already vegan! I used coconut milk yogurt and coconut milk both of which are vegan and dairy free options.
Are mango overnight oats good for baby?
Yes! As long as your baby has exhibited signs of solid readiness, overnight oatmeal is an excellent healthy breakfast for babies and toddlers alike. This is also the perfect baby breakfast prep to send to daycare or your babysitter!
How do I make mango overnight oats without yogurt?
If you are not a yogurt fan, or you ran out of yogurt as soon as you wanted to make overnight oatmeal, you can either add about ¼ cup more milk. Or, you can use full fat coconut milk which adds a similar creaminess that the yogurt adds.
Are overnight oats healthier than cooked oats?
Either one could be considered healthier. This all depends on the ingredients you use. However, overnight oats are typically made with healthy add ins like chia seeds and yogurt, while cooked oats are traditionally just oats and milk. So, overnight oats are usually healthier than cooked oats.
Is it bad to eat overnight oats every morning?
Not at all! Overnight oats are LOADED with healthy ingredients. Overnight oats have fiber, protein, potassium, and more! In fact, they are so healthy that you can totally eat them every morning even when trying to lose weight!
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Tropical Mango Overnight Oats!
- 4 mason jars
- Add ½ cup oats to each mason jar.
- Add 1 tablespoon chia seeds to each jar.
- Add ¼ cup yogurt, and ⅛ cup coconut flakes.
- Add milk to fill and stir well. Cover and store in the fridge overnight.
- Enjoy hot or cold. Add more mangoes!