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Tropical Overnight Oats

Tropical overnight oats

Overnight oats and mangoes must be one of my favourite things! The convenience, delicious fresh taste. I can not wait for mango season! My daughter is not a fan of mangoes, I hope one day that she will change her mind. But my son and I are the biggest mano fans!!

Tropical overnight oats

If you struggle eating breakfast this is a great recipe to speed up the morning routine or take it with you to work.

The possibilities are endless, add grated apples, berries, nuts, and seeds. It also suits all types of diets. Use GF flour if you are gluten-free. Use almond or coconut milk if you are vegan or have a dairy intolerance.

Oats are filling, high in fibre, and keep your blood sugar stable. Overnight oats are great for spring and summer when it is warmer.

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Tropical overnight oats

Tropical Overnight Oats

  • Author: Ankie Niesing


I make overnight oats at least once a week. This is a basic overnight recipe but changing toppings and adding different fruit, nuts, and seeds will turn it into a new recipe every time. I love mangoes, so this is my absolute favorite!



1 cup oats

1 cup milk ( I like Buttanut almond milk)

3 tbsp toasted coconut

1/2 tbsp protein powder (optional)

1/2 cup yogurt

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1 tsp honey

1 tsp vanilla extract

pinch of salt

Extra toppings

Fresh mango, Passion fruit and Toasted coconut flakes


Mix all the ingredients in a container or large jar except the toppings.

Leave overnight in the fridge

Serve with all the toppings


Use low-fat milk and yogurt if you want to reduce calories

Berries and peaches are all great options.


Ankie Niesing

Hi, I'm Ankie! Welcome to Wooden Spoon Kitchen, my pantry of life, love and health where we constantly stir laughter, learning, eating and cooking together!

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