Mango Overnight Oats, a nice and sweet breakfast recipe that you can make the night before. It saves time in the morning and you can enjoy a healthy breakfast.
Kings Day is over again, it was a really rainy day and I feel sorry for everybody who had outside activities planned. I didn’t do much and for me it was just a normal Saturday. Jens and I started with a healthy breakfast together and I went very shortly to the flee market. It was super busy, of course but still, I tried to get through it as quick as possible because it was really narrow everywhere. I didn’t see many fun things at the stands just a lot of toys and kids clothing and that was not what I was looking for. Within an hour I was back home and sat down on the couch in my jogging trousers.
I ordered a new book and read in it yesterday afternoon and did a lot for my blog to make sure the English site gets better as well. So I did have a good Kings Day. Today we will be visiting my grandmother for her birthday and after that (if it has stopped raining) we will be heading to the Vegenement in Goes. A vegan/organic food event with a lot of healthy food and goodie bags that I definitely need to visit!
And this morning I first enjoyed these lovely Overnight Oats that I made yesterday already. If you make them this afternoon or evening you will have a delicious breakfast tomorrow morning.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooling time: 6-8 hours (1 night)
Amount: 1 portion
- Jar (eg an old jar of nut butter)
Egg free Lactose free No refined 100% organic Vegan sugars ingredients added
- Almost empty jar nut butter
- 20 grams oatmeal
- 10 grams grated coconut
- 10 grams chia seed
- 20 grams cashews
- 100 milliliters coconut milk
- 1/2 mango
How to make it?
Grab an almost empty jar of nut butter, if you don’t have it, you can also use another jar and add some nut butter to it. Add the oatmeal, grated coconut, chia seed and cashews to it.
Mix properly with a spoon and make sure the ingredients are mixed well, also with the leftover nut butter in the jar.
Use approximately half of the mango. Peel and cut as close to the seed as possible. Put the mango in the blender combined with the coconut milk.
Blend for approximately 2 minutes into a smooth mixture. Pour in the jar with the oatmeal mixture.
Pour until just below the edge and mix properly. Next you can set the jar in the fridge for the night.
The next morning you only have to get it out of the fridge, stir it and you can enjoy this lovely sweet breakfast.
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