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Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

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Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

AN EASY BREAKFAST FOR BUSY MORNINGS

Overnight oats are the perfect go-to breakfast for busy days.  They are high in protein and fiber and will keep you full throughout the morning. You can play around with different flavors and toppings for each day of the week so you can never get bored. Plus, they are so easy to make.

To make it, soak rolled oats overnight in plant-based milk. The soaking process allows the oats to absorb the liquid and soften them enough to eat uncooked.  It also reduces the level of phytic acid so your body can absorb the nutrients much better.

MANGO BANANA OATMEAL PARFAIT

Mango banana oatmeal parfait is a delicious, filling, and nutritious breakfast that will take you less than 10 minutes to make (if you don’t count soaking oats).

This recipe combines overnight oats, banana, and mango. A small amount of turmeric powder gives it a beautiful color and a healthy kick! If you don’t like turmeric, you can add any natural food coloring you like or have in your kitchen.

Check out Color Me Naturally for some ideas and more information on natural food colorings.

Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

MEET THE INGREDIENTS

This is what you’ll need to make it:

PARFAIT

  • Rolled oats
  • Chia seeds
  • Rice milk
  • Frozen banana
  • Frozen mango
  • Turmeric powder

TOPPINGS

  • Coconut yogurt
  • Berries, cherries…

HOW TO MAKE MANGO BANANA OATMEAL PARFAIT

You can find a complete list of ingredients with exact amounts and instructions in the recipe card below.
STEP 1

Soak 50 g rolled oats and 1 tablespoon chia seeds in 100 ml rice milk overnight.

STEP 2

In the morning, put overnight oats into a high-speed blender. Add frozen bananas, frozen mango, and turmeric powder and blend until smooth and creamy.

SERVING SUGGESTION

Pour into jars and top with coconut yogurt and berries and/or cherries.

Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

MANGO BANANA OATMEAL PARFAIT IS:

  • Vegan
  • Gluten-free
  • Dairy-free
  • Soy-free
  • Creamy and refreshing
  • Healthy and nutritious
  • Easy to make
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Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

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Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait

Nensi Beram
Mango banana oatmeal parfait is a simple and easy breakfast made with overnight oats, frozen bananas, and mango. A small amount of turmeric powder gives it a beautiful color and a healthy kick!
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Cuisine Gluten-free, Vegan
Servings 2
Calories 198 kcal

Ingredients
  

Topping

  • 200 g coconut yogurt
  • fresh berries and/or cherries

Instructions
 

Parfait

  • Soak 50 g rolled oats and 1 tablespoon chia seeds in 100 ml rice milk overnight.
  • In the morning, put overnight oats into a high-speed blender. Add frozen bananas, frozen mango, and turmeric powder and blend until smooth and creamy.

Serving suggestion

  • Pour into jars and top with coconut yogurt and berries and/or cherries.
Did you make this recipe?Please leave a comment below and let us know how it was. We are very grateful for your feedback.

Nutrition facts

Nutrition Facts
Mango Banana Oatmeal Parfait
Serving Size
 
2
Amount per Serving
Calories
198
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
6
g
9
%
Sodium
 
81
mg
4
%
Carbohydrates
 
30
g
10
%
Fiber
 
5
g
21
%
Sugar
 
6
g
7
%
Protein
 
7
g
14
%

* The nutritional information provided is calculated automatically and should be used as an estimate.

Keyword healthy breakfast, healthy breakfast jar, mango turmeric breakfast, turmeric overnight oats

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2 comments

Deb Pierce September 7, 2020 - 7:59 pm

Sounds good, however, we live in the US, we don’t measure in grams or ml.

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Nensi September 8, 2020 - 9:43 pm

Hi, Deb! I’m sure many kitchen scales, even in the US, measure in grams as well. If that is inconvenient for you, you’d be happy to know that we are planning to include Unit Conversion feature very soon, so stay tuned.

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