Change your classic quick overnight oats for this toasted overnight oats healthy breakfast with mango! It's creamy, spicy flavored, tender with all the deliciousness of a well-ripened mango.
The aroma of this spiced toasted overnight oats will obviously give you a calm sounding sleep! Your kitchen will be filled with a sweet-delicate warm cinnamon-ginger aroma that I find soothing and relaxing.
Now, overnight oats demand you soak them in the milk overnight so that the oats can swell and absorb the milk. It's something to take when you're tired and have no time.
What if you took extra minutes away from Insta or your tv show and hop in your kitchen to toast some oats and make these overnight oats?
I am sure you'll largely prefer these toasted overnight oats recipe to those classic quick oats.
Because they've more flavor.
They're not going to rob you too much of your time, just 10 mins and the results will blow your mind lol.
How to make toasted overnight oats
Most overnight oats require you store them in the fridge, I don't know if I am the only one, but cold breakfast isn't my thing at all!
All you'll need is to pan to toast the oats on a moderate-high heat.
Don't be distracted otherwise the oats are going to burn.
Add the spices and salt, stir and keep on stirring now and then.
You'll capture the aroma of toasting oats, and they're going to slightly turn the color.
Put off the heat and wait for 2-3 mins for the pan to cool before you add milk.
This overnight oats recipe is vegan so I used plant milk, you can add any milk of your choice, but if possible avoid dairy.
If you don't mind eating cold breakfast, then add chia to make your overnight oats creamy.
Otherwise, in the morning, warm the overnight oats and add some more milk if needed then... then comes the mango!
YOU MUST CHOOSE A WELL-RIPENED MANGO!
Mangoes are so delicious and their aroma can pull a snake from its hole (just kidding).
But, because there has to be a but, your mango must be well-ripened to enjoy its deliciousness with the toasted spicy overnight oats
The mango has to melt in your mouth, otherwise, forget about it in this overnight oat recipe.
Gal, you want this comfort, toasted, overnight oats healthy breakfast with mango to be memorable, making you long for the mango season.
Cut the mango into small bite-sizes and incorporate it in the overnight oats.
Do overnight oats need to be refrigerated?
While most overnight recipes on the internet call for refrigerating your oats, this doesn't have to be a MUST DO.
You can leave your toasted oats for the rnight on your kitchen counter without them spoiling.
This is ideal for those who don't like chilled oats breakfast, and especially those who have kids, my kids, for example, won't even touch a cold oat breakfast.
I believe warm comforting overnight oats are much better than chilled overnight oats during winter.
Are overnight oats good for weight loss?
Psst, this overnight oats recipe is perfect for weight loss. If you're looking for recipes to lose weight, then count on this oats recipe.
Generally, overnight oats recipes are perfect for weight loss program.
But if you add a lot of nuts butter, creamy yogurts and then heaps of syrups or sugar, then you'll not lose but rather gain weight!
You'll notice that this toasted overnight oats healthy breakfast with mango has no sugar added. This is because a well-ripened mango will give you the sugar needed.
I hope you'll love this spiced toasted overnight oats healthy breakfast with mango, if you do, then let me know by commenting here below and also share this recipe.
My thoughts to you, Githu.
Here're some more easy healthy recipes with oats, I think you'll love them; Oats & zucchini smoothie, baked oats with blueberries, healthy oatmeal pancakes, citrus fruit breakfast, overnight millet breakfast
Toasted overnight oats healthy breakfast with mango
- a pan
- 1 cup oats
- 1/2 tsp ginger powder
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- sprinkle of salt
- 1 1/2 cups milk ( additional if you warm your oats in the morning)
- 1 well-ripened mango
- 1 passion fruit (optional but adds beautiful flavor)
- Put your pan on the heat moderate-high heat and add rolled oats
- Let the oat toast as you keep on stirring
- Add salt, cinnamon, and ginger and continue toasting
- You'll capture the aroma of toasted oats, and it's going to start browning
- I toast mine for about 7 minutes
- Cut the heat and wait for 2 mins for the pan to cool down
- Add milk, stir well and cover for the night
- In the morning, if you choose to warm your oats, add some more milk if need be
- Cut your mango into small bite-sizes and add them into the oats
- If using passion fruit, put it and mix everything delicately
- Serve immediately and nice breakfast!
- I am much grateful that you pinned this recipe, thank you.