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This Raspberry Mango Lime Overnight Oats is the breakfast of the summer! It’s a bright, refreshing and protein-packed recipe that will start your day in the best way possible. Save valuable time by preparing these the night before and get ready for the best morning routine you could imagine.
If you have followed me on social media for any length of time you will likely know how much I love overnight oats. They have been part of my morning routine for several years and ultimately, have saved me countless hours in the kitchen. I dive deep into the benefits of overnight oats here but as a brief reminder, they are filling, versatile, quick to make, inexpensive and nutritious!
It may be hard to believe that a quick and easy breakfast is this packed with nutrients, but it’s true! I have broken down the nutrition information for each ingredient, calculated per serving amount.
Large flake oats: Per 1/3 serving, there are 3 grams of fibre, 4 grams of protein and 8% of daily value of iron.
Chia seeds: Per 1 tbsp, there are 3.5 grams of fibre, 2 grams of protein, over 100% of daily omega 3s and a variety of minerals.
Greek yogurt: Per 1/3 cup, there are 7 grams of protein and 7% of daily calcium.
Milk (dairy or soy): Per 2/3 cup of 2% dairy milk, there are 5 grams of protein, 15% of daily calcium, and significant amounts of vitamin B2, B12 and K.
Raspberries and mango: They provide a source of vitamin C and fibre.
For this recipe, you will need:
I get a lot of questions about how many batches of overnight oats you can make at one time and how long you can keep them in the fridge. Typically, I make enough for 2 breakfasts and store them in the fridge in airtight containers. However, there have been times when I have skipped a day of having them and end up eating a batch 3 days after I made them. They have always stayed fresh and delicious for that duration, just as long as they are sealed properly and kept in the fridge.
If you prefer to try them by making a batch for 1 morning, that’s a great start. I’m confident you will be making more for the following day once you get to taste this recipe!
I hope these Raspberry Mango Lime Overnight Oats are a great start to your day. Don’t forget to check out some of these other oat-based breakfast recipes:
If you make this Raspberry Mango Lime Overnight Oats recipe, I would love to see your comment and rating below. It also makes my day seeing your creations of my recipes on Instagram- don’t forget to tag @allnutrition.rd!