Breakfast Smoothie is the best way to start your day on a healthy, wholesome note. This breakfast smoothie is packed with the goodness of fresh mango and oats. Topped with chia seeds and honey this is my favorite summer breakfast without breaking a sweat in the kitchen.
It is more of a D-I-Y kind of breakfast. So that means I don’t have to spend precious morning hours in the kitchen. Rather I devote that time to go out for a walk, swim, or share with you stories from my kitchen via Instagram.
Mangoes are having an early season this year. And we are not complaining about this at all. After all, they are the king of fruits and who doesn’t love to have a bit of royalty.
Adding them to our salads, raita, smoothie, and desserts. We are eating mangoes, left, right, and center. They add sweet, aromatic goodness to any dish they come around.
The ripe mango, milk, and oats all blend together, tasting delicious and we are drinking this breakfast smoothie every day.
It is sweet and creamy with a milkshake-like consistency. I am tempted to make breakfast popsicles out of this smoothie, maybe later during the summer.
The sweetness of the mango is enough to sweeten up the smoothie. But if still, you need a little sugary kick, add a teaspoon of honey. But stay away from sugar. Smoothie and sugar are not a great combination.
Meal Prep For Mango Oats Breakfast Smoothie:
Soak the oats in milk overnight or a day in advance. Soaked oats become soft, absorb the milk flavor, and are easy to blend.
Cut and freeze the mango pulp. This way you don’t have to add ice cubes to the smoothie. Also, frozen fruit pulp make smoothie extra creamy.
Fruits: Along with mango you can add ripe banana, peach, strawberries, frozen berries, or papaya in this breakfast smoothie.
Milk: There are tons of milk options that can be used to customize this smoothie. From almond milk, cashew milk, coconut milk, to soy milk and oats milk, pick milk of your choice for your glass of smoothie.
Greens: I love GREENS in smoothies. Try adding baby spinach, parsley, or kale leaves in your smoothie for glowing skin and a clean digestive system.
Is it healthy to have a smoothie for breakfast?
If your smoothie has a good amount of proteins, fiber, vitamin, and healthy fats instead of white sugar or junk, then a smoothie is the healthiest breakfast choice. They are a treat with an incredible nutrition value, unbelievably easy to make, and highly customizable.
Is it OK to drink smoothie everyday?
By choosing your ingredients wisely, skipping sugar or packed fruit juices/syrups, it is healthy to consume smoothie every day. Smoothie keeps you full till lunchtime, full of raw nutrients, and has tons of health benefits.
Can I put raw oats in my smoothie?
Yes, absolutely. You can add raw oats into your smoothie along with fruits, milk, or yogurt. You can only soak the oats if you want a creamy texture else adding raw oats is fine.
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Mango Oats Breakfast Smoothie
- 1 Cup mango pulp (ripe & sweet)
- 1/2 Cup instant or cooking oats
- 3 Cup low fat milk, chilled
- 1 teaspoon honey
- 1 teaspoon chia seeds (sabja)
- Soak oats in 1 cup of milk. Keep in the fridge overnight or for 5 – 6 hours.
- To make the smoothie, add soaked overnight oats in the blender. Add mango pulp, remaining chilled milk and blend to a smooth consistency.
- Pour mango smoothie into the serving glasses. Sprinkle chopped mango, chia seeds, and honey.
- Enjoy Mango Oats Breakfast Smoothie chilled.
- You can use canned mango puree as well to make this smoothie.
- Make sure to use ripe and sweet mango pulp for this smoothie recipe.
- While blending the smoothie you can add 5 – 6 ice cubes as well.
- For a vegan smoothie, use almond milk or coconut milk.