Mango Raisin Overnight Oats With Chai Masala Extract And Mixed Seeds

Mango raisin overnight oats with chai masala and mixed seeds. A completely no cook, healthy, filling, aromatic, creamy and absolutely delicious recipe for breakfast. Overnight oat is a great breakfast option specially in summer. Enjoy the creamy delicious oats as a dessert with any flavour, fruits, dry fruits and seeds of your choice. Just mix everything in a mason jar, bowl or glass and place in refrigerator at night. Top with some more chopped fruits, dry fruits and seeds and serve chilled. Your delightful breakfast in the morning is ready.

I have used roasted mixed seeds including sunflower, pumpkin, flax, watermelon, chia and gojiberries seeds. You can use chopped apple, strawberry, banana or any fruits of your choice but now mango season is about to end in India so I am using it in my overnight oats and other dishes. And I got chai masala extract as a gift hamper from Spice Drop. I loved the aroma so added 2 drops in the oats while soaking.

You can get two more overnight oats recipes on this blog.

1. Mango pomegranate overnight oats parfait

2. Vegan coconut dry fruits overnight oats

And some recipes with my most favourite fruit mango.

1. Mango salsa with pickled Jalapeno

2. Hazelnut honey chocolate mango smoothie

3. Black rice pudding and mango parfait

4. Mango walnut chocochip muffins

5. Vegan mango pineapple smoothie

6. Sugar free mango coconut laddu

7. Mango rasgulla

8. Mango steamed sandesh

9. Vegan mango peach pear smoothie

10. Mango pomegranate and tender coconut salsa

11. Mango litchi fudge or barfi

12. Eggless no bake mango cheesecake

13. Mango cottage cheese smoothie

14. Mango kalakand

15. Mango sandesh

16. Mango banana smoothie

17. Eggless mango mug cake

18. Mango coconut flaxseed smoothie

Sending this post to A to Z challenge, a challenge initiated on Facebook Group, created by Jolly and Vidya. Wherein a group of bloggers come together and we choose key ingredients alphabetically to cook and post a dish every alternate month. This month’s Alphabet is letter O and my star ingredient is super food oats.

And today is Monday and this week’s 259 #Foodiemonday bloghop theme is Fruity Bites suggested by Archana who blog at Mad Scientist Kitchen. You can get variety of mouthwatering Goan recipes and many traditional, healthy and innovative recipes on her blog. I am planning to try her Japanese milk bread to try. Loved the pillow soft texture and different shapes. Looks really amazing. And also want to try Icecream loaf cake and many more. List is too long. Do visit her space for the recipes.

Now coming to this overnight oats recipe. I have used rolled oats and skimmed milk. You can use full fat milk. Or to make vegan use any plant based milk like almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk etc. Chai masala extract will give a lovely aroma but if you don’t have it then you can use vanilla essence, cinnamon powder, cardamom powder, chocolate or any flavour of your choice. You can also use any dry fruits, choco chips or anything according to your taste and availability. Instead of honey you can use maple syrup, stevia or any sweetener. Or skip any sweetener and add finely chopped dates. If you don’t have mango, use strawberry, banana, apple or any fruit of your choice. You can also use any roasted seeds, chia seeds etc. Use whatever you have or you like. Raisins and mango will give enough sweetness so you don’t need to add much sweetener in your overnight oats.


Oats – 1/3 cup

Milk – 1/3 cup

Chai masala extract – 1 – 2 drop

Honey – 2 teaspoon or to taste

Mango – 1, peeled and chopped

Raisins – 3 teaspoon

Dry roasted mixed seeds – 1 tablespoon ( mixture of sunflower, pumpkin, flax, watermelon, chia and gojiberries seeds)

Pistachios to garnish, optional


1. In a mason jar or bowl mix oats, honey, raisins, roasted mixed seeds and chai masala extract. First add 1 drop extract taste and add 1 drop more if require. I have used 2 drops.

2. You can also add chopped mango. I have added as topping in the morning. Keep the mixture in refrigerator for overnight or 3 – 4 hours. Best to soak overnight. See notes for more options.

3. Next day take out the soaked oats. Top with chopped mango, some roasted seeds, raisins and pistachios if using. Serve chilled.

4. Or take a jar or glass. Make layer of soaked oats, place some chopped mango over it. Pour remaining soaked oats and top with chopped mango, mixed seeds, raisins and pistachios. Serve delicious overnight oats parfait as a breakfast or dessert.

5. Enjoy your creamy, aromatic, healthy and delicious breakfast.


1. You can use vanilla, chocolate, cinnamon or any flavour of your choice instead of chai masala.

2. Strawberry banana, apple or any fruit can be used instead of mango.

3. Any dry fruits and chia seeds or any seeds can be used with raisins and mixed seeds.

4. You can also add 1-2 tablespoon chopped fresh coconut while soaking the oats.

4. You can also use almond milk, coconut milk or any plant based milk instead of dairy milk.

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Dairy Free Coconut Dry Fruits Overnight Oats 

Dairy free coconut dry fruits overnight oats.

For overnight oats you have to soak the oats in any kind of liquid of your choice. You can use any milk like almond milk, soya milk, coconut milk etc, yogurt or any fruit juice in equal amounts of oats.

You will love the taste of this overnight oats even if you don’t like oats. The taste is just like a dessert. I am sure you will love it.

I love overnight oats as breakfast. Because its not only delicious but very easy to make and filling, just mix everything in a jar cover and keep in refrigerator and go to sleep. You don’t need to cook anything in the busy morning. Your breakfast is already ready in the refrigerator, just take out and enjoy.

Oats is a healthy option for breakfast. Oats are loaded with Dietary fiber, more than any other grain. Oats have a range of healthy cholesterol lowering properties, helps control weight, reduces blood pressure, stabilize blood sugar, good for skin, enhances immune system, lower the risk of colon cancer.

And we all know oats as world’s healthiest food. Better way to gain the strength and energy.

You can get one more overnight oats recipe here

I have used cashew nuts, raisin, almond and coconut. You can use any dry fruits of your choice. I have pomegranate and apple so I have added them. You can add banana or any fruit or if you like skip the fruit, make it with only dry fruits. If you don’t want to add fruit increase the amount of dry fruits.


Oats – 1/4 cup

Coconut milk – 1/4 cup

Honey – 2 teaspoon or to taste

Cashew nuts – 1 tablespoon, chopped

Raisins – 1 tablespoon

Fresh coconut – 1 tablespoon, finely chopped or grated

Almond – 1 tablespoon chopped

Cashew, raisin, almond, chopped fresh coconut and walnut for topping

Apple and pomegranate seeds as require


Soak the raisins in little water for few minutes. Drain and keep aside.

Mix oats, coconut milk and honey. Taste and adjust the sweetness.

Add 1 tablespoon soaked raisins, chopped almond, cashew nuts and coconut. Mix well.

Take a jar or bowl. Place chopped apple and pomegranate seeds in the jar. Pour dry fruits mixed and coconut milk soaked oats over the fruits. Cover and shake the jar and keep it in the refrigerator for overnight.

Next day take out the jar.

Top with some more chopped apple and pomegranate seeds. You can add the fruits at night but I have added some more over it before serving to retain the crunch of the freshly chopped fruits. If you like you can make it without any fruit,  just increase the amount of dry fruits. Or you can use banana or any other fruits of your choice.

Now top with some dry fruits over it. You can Garnish with dry fruits of your choice. I have used cashew, almond, raisin, walnut and chopped coconut.

Enjoy chilled as your breakfast. Or serve as a dessert.

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