This mango vs apple pie overnight oats breakfast prep is the perfect way to start your morning! Overnight oats are so filling and save time in the mornings.
About this Recipe
If you’ve been a fan of Sims Home Kitchen for a while, then you’re probably familiar with our amazing overnight oats breakfast jars. They are the perfect meal when you are on the go or in a hurry when you wake up. Everything is all prepared and ready to eat beforehand, so you can start your day stress-free!
Today, we’ll be taking a look at the differences in our mango vs. Apple pie overnight breakfast oats. Both are fairly simple to make and even easier to enjoy, so we’ll let you decide which one you want to have for breakfast tomorrow!
Mango Overnight Oats
The key to succeeding with this dish is to make sure your mango is fresh. Since there is no actual cooking required, you can slice the mango beforehand, and it will stay crisp as long as you leave it in a cold spot. But if you want to microwave it like regular oatmeal, you may want to remove the mangoes first.
Apple Pie Overnight Oats
Apple pie overnight oats are sensationally sweet, and this is s a long-time favorite by our fans. If you like the sweet taste of cinnamon and apples together, then this is the one for you. You can easily heat it up if you want to as well, which will make it taste even more like that famous pie you love to smell when you walk past the local bakery.
You can omit the cream and add almond milk instead to make either of these oat jars 100% vegan. It’s the perfect healthy breakfast that requires no cooking effort at all.
Looking to be a minimalist baker? Want to prepare something to eat in the morning, so you don’t have to hurry when you wake up? These are the perfect overnight jars for you!
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Mango vs Apple Pie Overnight Oats Breakfast Prep
- 2 mason jars
- 1 cup of oats
- 1-2 cups of milk
- honey/agave to taste
- 2-5 tablespoon of Greek yoghurt
- A pinch of cinnamon
- ½ apple chopped
- ½ mango chopped
- ½ cup of granola
- Add ½ a cup of oats to each jar.
- Pour milk into each jar, add honey/agave to taste and mix until well combined.
- Then add 2-5 spoons of yogurt, 1 handful of granola and more yoghurt.
- Add chopped apples and a pinch of cinnamon to one jar. Add chopped mangoes and to the other jar, leave in the fridge overnight and eat in the morning!