Mango Avocado Blended Overnight Oats

A.K.A. Mango Avocado BOO. So glad BOO’s are back in my life! I don’t think I’ve had a good bowl of blended oats since last summer. Craziness.

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Just look at how beautiful they are. And trust me, they are just as tasty as they are beautiful.

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This was another new twist on an old favorite. You know how much I love my oats, and I generally do the same thing: banana flax oats with peanut butter. It is classic, simple, and delicious, but lately I’ve been craving something new. A new flavor profile with my oats.

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And Mango Avocado Oats were no disappointment! I used frozen mango and avocado as the foundation for this bowl, which made the texture ultra light, fluffy and doughy. Soooo yummy.

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Topped with all these goodies, it was the perfect bowl. Goodies included a bit of crumbled Coconut Cardamom Coffee Cake and some peanut butter. I know I had a hankering for new flavors but I just could not not have nut butter. And I ended up adding a little banana for sweetness too!

Mango Avocado BOO

Serves 1

1/2 cup old fashioned oats

3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk

1/2 cup frozen mango chunks

1/4 cup frozen avocado chunks

1/2 tbsp ground flaxseed

1/2 ripe banana, sliced

To make these blended overnight oats, simply put the oats, almond milk, mango, avocado and flaxseed in a blender.

Stir by hand, and place blender in fridge overnight.

In the morning, add in the sliced banana if you desire and blend away! Enjoy!

Avocado is magical,

Sydney

4 thoughts on “Mango Avocado Blended Overnight Oats

  1. Stephanie Calloway says:

    This is brilliant! We just finished kids camp last week and I had them eating Sunbutter (in case of peanut allergies, plus we were talking about seeds in the garden) – more magnesium, zinc and iron without so much unsaturated fat! :-)

    • dindu1989 says:

      Thanks Steph! Wow, kids camp sounds like so much fun! It’s great that you get to teach kids about nuts and seeds right from the garden too, I’m sure that those lessons stay with the kids long after class :)

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