A tropical spiced breakfast that’s sure to shake up your morning routine. These mango turmeric overnight oats are packed with over 20 different vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.A tropical spiced breakfast that's sure to shake up your morning routine. These mango turmeric overnight oats are packed with over 20 different vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.I kind of fell in love with overnight oats this spring when I made those carrot cake overnight oats for Easter. Ever since then, I’ve been obsessed with the idea of making my breakfast the night before so I have one less thing to do in the morning. I love sleep. Like could sleep ten hours each night if I had a schedule that would allow it. And so I’d much rather make my breakfast the night before if it means catching an extra 15 minutes of sleep in the morning. Every. Minute. Counts. People.

Plus, I just like the idea of overnight oats. You throw all your ingredients together in under five minutes and then overnight, the magic happens. The oats absorb all the liquid and you have creamy, delicious oats. Usually, I’m not one for oatmeal in the summertime – they’re too hot and I’m usually already sweating my butt off in the morning. But overnight oats are typically served cold, so voila! Problem solved! Now I have a chilled creamy cup of nutritious and delicious oats that I can eat all summer long.

If you’re making overnight oats, I suggest making a few servings and pre-portioning them into little mason jars or tupperware containers so that you have them to grab-n-go for the rest of the week. The possibilities are endless when it comes to overnight oats, you can flavor them however your little heart desires. Make ’em sweet or savory. Add fruit, spices, herbs, nuts, seeds, an-y-thing.

Gluten Free Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats

My latest creation I’m super excited about because it contains two things I can’t get enough of right now: turmeric and mangos. These two ingredients are like a match made in antioxidant heaven. Turmeric’s spicy, gingery, peppery flavor perfectly complements the sweet mango. Plus, both mango and turmeric are loaded with antioxidants – you know, those chronic-disease fighting nutrients we need to incorporate more of into our diets. Curcumin, the active substance in turmeric, has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties and has been shown to enhance antibody and immune cell response (to learn more about how turmeric impacts your health, check out my e-book, Nourish Your Namaste). And mangos are rich in the antioxidant vitamin A, which is essential for vision and helps maintain healthy skin and vitamin C, which is important for wound healing and immune function. Plus, research has linked the polyphenolic compound, gallotannin, found in mangos, to anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory activities. As if you needed another excuse to eat this sweet, juicy fruit.

I round out the mango and turmeric with some cinnamon, ginger, honey and top it off with coconut milk. The flavor profile made me feel like I was somewhere exotic, staring off into a jungle or the ocean. Definitely not like I was at my kitchen table reading the news on my iPad in my PJs. The turmeric and mango turns the oats a bright, bold yellow color and the coconut milk makes them taste extra creamy and tropical

.Vegan Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats

Top these oats off with extra fruit, nuts and/or seeds – whatever your little tastebuds desire. I topped mine off with some fresh raspberries, sliced almonds and chia seeds. Enjoy and let these overnight oats transport you to your tropical destination of choice.

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Mango Turmeric Overnight Oats

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  • Yield: 4 servings 1x


  • 2 cups gluten-free rolled oats
  • 4 mangos (I used ataulfo variety)
  • 1 teaspoon ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1 tablespoon + 1 teaspoon honey
  • 2 cups coconut milk beverage
  • Optional toppings: fresh raspberries, sliced almonds, chia seeds


  1. Remove flesh from mangos and puree in a blender until smooth and creamy. Reserve half of the mango puree for later.
  2. In a large mixing bowl, add oats, half of the mango puree, ginger, cinnamon, turmeric, honey and coconut milk and stir to combine.
  3. Cover bowl and refrigerate overnight.
  4. Portion out oats into individual servings and top each with a layer of the reserved mango puree.
  5. Top with desired optional toppings.
A tropical spiced breakfast that's sure to shake up your morning routine. These mango turmeric overnight oats are packed with over 20 different vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

And if you’re here for the winner of the Nourish Your Namaste giveaway, the winner is Janice Bissex! Congrats, Janice and thanks to everyone who entered!

I am an ambassador for the National Mango Board but I was not compensated for this blog post – I just love mangos!

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  1. Katt

    Would this freeze well?

    • Hi Katt – I haven’t tried it, but it could work! I would leave out the fruit, though, as freezing can change the texture and flavor. You will also want to put the oats directly in the freezer after mixing, and skip the refrigeration step. Let me know if you test it out!

  2. Tiffany

    The recipe looks great but I just wanted to inform you that honey isn’t vegan. Thanks for sharing what appears to be an otherwise delicious and easy breakfast option.

  3. nick fleming

    what is coconut milk beverage? there is coconut milk in a can, coconut water….what do you actually use here?

  4. Brian

    …a bit too “runny” with the current recipe…doubling the amount of oats gives it a better consistency, in my opinion.

  5. Dorothy Krzesinski

    How many calories are in these oatmeal recipes? I am trying to lose
    weight. Thank you.
    Dorothy in Florida

  6. janet moyer

    Can you use regular oats to make this?

  7. Marcia

    Made this last night – am packaging it in mason jars as I too made the whole batch and only me to eat it. Hopefully it’ll stay good for a week or more. Wonder, can you heat it up in cold weather?

  8. Jo Hamilton

    How would I make this with fresh turmeric?

  9. Cherry

    Hi If you cannot find fresh mangoes can you use the tins with same effect?

  10. Janine Woodley

    Since I’m one person, can it sit in the fridge for four days or should I make one portion at a time. Sounds delicious. janine

  11. Mommafarr

    I just made this for the first time, and wow! I made it on the stove, added some sesame and sunflower seeds also. It’s delicious and can’t wait to have it again, thanks for sharing

  12. Michelle

    Hi can you please suggest honey alternatives so it’s vegan? Thanks!!

  13. I made this today for the first time. It offers an awesome array of flavored similar to a mango chutney. This was a refreshing change of pace to my normal peanut butter overnight oats. Thanks for the recipe!

  14. I’m kind of turmeric obsessed myself. Love the flavor and the natural color boost it gives to everything. Any healthy benefits are a big plus, too. Beautiful photos, as usual, too!

  15. i have to add this into my rotation of overnight oats! I rely on these to get ready on time for work in the mornings

  16. Bookmarked!! This looks amazing, and the thought of getting my turmeric in first thing in the morning is just so perfect!!

  17. these look sooo good. i have made smoothie with mango and turmeric together but overnight oats sounds delicious..i love sleep too so, anything grab and go or make ahead is my idea of a breakfast too 🙂

  18. O goodness yes! I always put heaps of turmeric in my breakfast porridges!!

  19. You’ve caught my overnight oats addiction 🙂 This sounds wonderful, and so pretty!

  20. I never know how to use turmeric (except in pickles), so thanks for this idea! I could live on overnight oats and mango is one of my favorite add-ins. Can’t wait to try the turmeric too 🙂

  21. mmm, with mangos comin on my tree, I’m excited to make this! Tumeric has been something IVE been loving as well Kara! So beneficial to add in too 🙂

    Sarah Grace