Banana-Mango Oats!

This morning I decided to play with flavors and came up with a bowl of Banana AND Mango oatmeal!

Fluffy Bananas, Mango, Flax Seeds, a dash of cinnamon and splenda, and Almond Milk!

With coffee, breakfast was 293 calories, 8 grams of protein, and 8 grams of fiber!

I’m almost out of Spring Blend coffee… I need to buy a bag ASAP!  I’m also exhuasted.   I wonder why 😛

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10 Comments »

  1. VeggieGirl said

    Banana-Mango oatmeal!! Heavenly!!

    Haha, you DEFINITELY should be exhausted – get some morecoffee soon! ;0)

  2. Mango! that’s a great idea! I haven’t been able to drink coffee this week and I’m all sleepy at work 🙂

  3. Coco said

    Hi! I’ve been reading your blog for a little while and I must say you make some great lookin oats!! I’m a little curious how you chunk it out like that, or do you use frozen?

  4. Andrea said

    coffee=my savior this year at college! i just can’t give up caffeine 😉 just curious, about how much almond milk do you use in your oats? some people split it in half with water…do you do this?

  5. A said

    Hey,

    I saw in one of your posts from a wile back that you use stevia. Have you ever baked with it?

  6. veganseat said

    Coco– Sorry I don’t understand what you’re asking. Are you talking about the mango chunks or the oatmeal? Because I cook the oats on a stove so they get nice and thick!

    Andrea– I do half milk and half water. I rotate between almond milk, silk, and other soy milks

    A– I only use stevia for oatmeal on a few occasions and coffee. I have never baked with it since it seems a little bitter tasting to me. Do you back with stevia or recommend baking with stevia? I would be really interested in that!

  7. Coco said

    oh wow I’m a dork! I forgot the word MANGO in my question hahaha

  8. veganseat said

    haha, that’s ok!!

    I usually peel the mango with a potato peeler (we have a SUPER good one) and then cut it into chunks. BUT I found a bag of Frozen Mango chunks at Trader Joe’s and had to buy it! The bag has saved tons of time and tastes just as good as fresh mango.

  9. A said

    I’ve never tried it… I’d hoped you had. Oh well!

  10. Bely said

    Stevia is natural sweetener with zero calories, zero carbohydrates and a zero glycemic index i use it in my daily life and it is economic 1kg of stevia= 300kg of regular sugar.
    for more info http://healthmad.com/health/what-do-you-know-about-stevia

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