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Mango Overnight Oats (BEST!)

Mango Overnight Oats is like a tropical vacation in a jar! It is a delicious combination of sweet ripe mangoes, old fashion oats, yogurt, chia seeds, coconut, almond and flavored with cardamom.

If you are familiar around here, then you know that we have a love affair with mangoes. More delicious mango recipes include – Microwave Mango Cake, Easy Mango Lemonade Recipe, Mango Milk or Mango Kulfi.

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mason jars with overnight oats topped with mango, coconut & almond.


The perfect Summer Breakfast – All the tropical vibes with sweet summer mango, shredded coconut, greek yogurt and ground cardamom! It is super easy to make the previous night, no cook, no bake, ready to go in the fridge and is delicious enjoyed cold straight out of the fridge.

Why are you going to love this recipe?

  1. Super easy to make – Overnight oats are always one of the easiest breakfast recipes to make. There is no cooking or baking involved. Simply stir ingredients in a jar and refrigerate.
  2. Perfect for meal prep – It is a great healthy breakfast that you can prepare in advance and it can last all week. So it is a great meal prep idea to make in the weekend to prepare for the work week.
  3. Single serving – This is a one serving recipe, however it can be easily doubled or tripled based on your requirement.
  4. Tropical vibes – As mentioned earlier the combination of mango, coconut and cardamon will transport you to your favorite island.


  1. Sliced Banana
  2. Toasted chopped nuts like almonds, cashews or hazelnuts.
  3. Sweetened shredded coconut.
  4. Sliced strawberries


Overnight oats does wonders for your health especially the gut health because of it’s resistant starches and prebiotics! It is rich in fiber, protein, antioxidants, a wide range of vitamins and minerals, especially Vitamin A and C from the orange colored fruit.

Soaking it overnight helps to break the starches down, that means it’s easier to digest and to absorb more efficiently. Also, mango is low in calories but high in fiber, protective antioxidants and aid digestion.


We used regular whole or 2% milk which makes it taste utterly delicious. Coconut milk or almond milk are also great options.


 Traditional mason jars are perfect for overnights oats. They come in various sizes depending on the quantity you make and the screw top lid is secure and super easy.

How long does it need to soak?

We recommend at least 8 hours for good softness and the perfect chew. But, sometimes we have let it soak for about 4 hours when in a rush or sometimes in the morning for a tasty mid afternoon snack, especially on a hot day.

Can I use other sweeteners instead of sugar?

We loved the taste of white sugar when paired with tangy greek yogurt, cardamom and mango. However, other healthier sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, agave, brown sugar, jaggery can be used but it does alter the taste.

Can you use frozen mango?

Frozen mango is generally not as sweet when compared to the fruits that are available in the peak of summer. So, we HIGHLY RECOMMEND using sweet ripe fruits. However, if you wish to use frozen fruit, then thaw completely before using.

How long does this last?

It can be refrigerated for up to 3 days. If not serving the next day, then we recommend adding mango just before serving.

Can I eat it hot?

Sure can! But the whole point of this overnight recipe is to eat it it cold, straight out of the fridge. However, if you’d like to eat it warm, then gently warm in the microwave (but don’t make it hot) and enjoy!


  • Oats – Make sure to use old fashioned or rolled oats for the best texture.
  • Milk – You can use whole or skim milk. Coconut milk will also be delicious, bumping up the tropical vibes.
  • Yogurt – Greek yogurt provides extra thickness, creaminess, protein, and that perfect touch of tangy flavor.
  • Chia Seeds: They not only are loaded with health benefits like omega-3’s and fiber, but also gel up to make it creamy and thick.
  • Sugar: Regular white sugar gives the most delicious taste when paired with cardamom powder.
  • Cardamom – Finely ground cardamom pods.

Find the printable recipe with measurements below.


  1. Instant oats is highly processed and hence not recommended.
  2. If you’re looking to make a bigger batch, just double, triple or quadruple the recipe. It’s as easy as that!
  3. Make it gluten free – Use gluten free oats.
ingredients needed to make mango oats.

glass jar with oats, mixed with milk, yogurt and topped with fruits.

How to make?

The recipe is best made the night before or up to 2 days ahead. Mix together oatmeal, milk, greek yogurt, sugar, chia seeds and cardamom powder until well combined. Cover and refrigerate overnight. Top with chopped mango, sweetened shredded coconut and sliced almonds before serving.

How to store?

Oatmeal can be refrigerated for up to 3 days in sealed mason jars.

How to serve?

Eat cold, straight from the refrigerator, topped with more chopped mango, if desired for breakfast or snack anytime (check out this coconut chia pudding).

Frequently asked questions

Can you use quick cooking oats?

Yes, but the texture will end up mushy, like porridge.

Can u eat it warm?

It is best served cold straight out of the refrigerator. However, if you like to eat them warm, then soak oats without fruits, microwave for 30 to 40 seconds the next morning and top with your favorite topping just before serving.

Will oats expand as they soak?

Yes, they will expand a little (about 15 percent). So, use a bigger jar which will make it convenient to stir as well.

Can you use steel cut?

They will take longer to get softer, require more liquid, and probably won’t be quite as soft as the rolled variety. They may also be more difficult to digest.

More Delicious Overnight Oats to try-

glass jars with overnight oats topped with mango.

mason jars with overnight oats topped with mango and coconut.

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overnight oats topped with mango and coconut.

Mango Overnight Oats

Yield: 1 Serving
Prep Time: 4 minutes
Total Time: 4 minutes

Mango Overnight Oats for one is like a tropical vacation in a jar! It is a delicious combination of sweet ripe mangoes, old fashion oats, yogurt, chia seeds, coconut, almond and flavored with cardamom.



  1. Add oats, milk, yogurt, sugar, chia seeds, ground cardamom and salt in a mason jar. Stir well until thoroughly combined.
  2. Top with chopped mangoes (use as much as you'd like) , shredded coconut and sliced almonds. Refrigerate overnight. Enjoy!


Storage - Oatmeal can be refrigerated for 2 to 3 days in sealed mason jars.

If you’re looking to make a bigger batch, just double, triple or quadruple the recipe. It’s as easy as that!

Make it gluten free – Use gluten free oats.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 1 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 467Total Fat: 7gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 13mgSodium: 215mgCarbohydrates: 88gFiber: 8gSugar: 56gProtein: 17g

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