Mango Coconut OverNight Oats

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Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

Oats, Milk, Greek Yogurt, Mango Puree and some Maple Syrup come together to make a delicious healthy breakfast in a Jar. Yes The Mango Coconut Overnight Oats !!

Heyy Peeps!! Good Morning !!
Its actually quite amazing these days to wake up these ever yummilicious Mango Coconut Overnight Oats. This New Year has been all about treating us ( Husband and Wife) to some flavorsome Overnight Oats at least 3 times a week. And its working.

Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

We are not worried thinking what to grab in the morning. At least “Him” as he is aways in a rush to leave for work. Life has become a lot easier, as he just tucks these gorgeous Oats filled Jars into his bag and enjoys them at work. So there is really no pressure of skipping breakfast in the morning.
Isn’t that convenient!!!

Mango Coconut Overnight Oats Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

Just incase, you are new to Overnight Oats ( Well am a little grown up than an amateur) then here is how it works. All that you need is 5 minutes for the procedure. Overnight Oats are rolled old fashioned oats soaking in a liquid mixture ideally a combination of milk + yogurt. Stir in a sweetener of your choice and its simple as it sounds. I am not found of Banana’s much, so I end up not adding them for self. But yes for my Husband definitely !

Do all the preparation work the night before and get up in the morning to some amazing breakfast. Absolutely No Cooking Needed!

I known the thought of Cold Oatmeal might be a bit awkward, but Guys it works. Have a spoonful from the Mason Jar and if it really puts you off, heat them for a few seconds in microwave and Enjoy!

Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

Time Taken 5 Min | Serves 2 * 240ml Mason Jar

Mango Coconut Overnight Oats

Ingredients
1/2 Cup Rolled Oats
1/4 Cup Greek Yogurt
1/2 Cup Milk | Almond Milk
1 Tblspn Maple Syrup
2 Tblspn Mango Puree
2 Tbslpn Chopped Mangoes
2 Tsp Fresh Grated Coconut / Desiccated Coconut

Directions
Combine Oats, Yogurt, Milk , 1 Tsp of coconut and Maple Syrup in a Jar. Give it a good mix. Cover and let it sit overnight in the refrigerator. If you notice the oats has gone
To Serve, layer the base of 2 mason jars with 1 Tbslpn of Mango Puree .. Portion the Overnight Oats between the jars , top it with chopped mango pieces and a fat pinch of grated coconut. Enjoy your Mango Coconut Overnight Oats !!

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Comments (10)

  • I love breakfasts like these… the only issue is that during winters, I prefer warm oats that the overnight ones… the mango coconut combination is just amazing, isn’t it… awesome pics too, Sandhya…

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  • May be someday I’ll gather enough strength to try oats on breakfast again! So I’m keeping your recipe Sandhya for that day 😉

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  • I had to come over and get a vibrant kick with your breakfast pots after seeing them on FB. Overnight oats are such an easy way to prep breakfast and I do this often in the winter time – then the next morning give it a bit of heat in the microwave and top it with my fave toppings. Loving the sunny yellow here!

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  • Wow, those pictures look amazing, and the oats look more than delicious. I really have to try these asap. Thanks for sharing.

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  • Such gorgeous clicks! Bright and beautiful breakfast..

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  • I love breakfasts that can be prepared in advance and save so much time in the morning! The combination of mango with coconut is always a winner too!

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  • Love overnight oats, love coconut, love mango. Basically, this is one of the most perfect breakfasts for me that I’ve ever seen! Thanks so much for sharing – I can’t wait to try it!

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  • These are adorable, and I love overnight oats – their simplicity just can’t be beat! I can imagine they’d go really well with ripe, luscious mango.

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  • I LOVE overnight oats and this recipe looks positively delicious!

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  • this sounds delicious! when i make overnight oats, i get in a cinnamon raisin rut, and then end up getting tired of it. this mango coconut combo sounds like such a good way to switch things up (:

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