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Overnight Oats with Coconut Milk

I'm loving creamy coconut milk...and I'm loving oats...and breakfast...and eating breakfast lol. I soaked some oats overnight and sliced up some fruit on top...I used some fruit that I haven't used before too. There is a produce stand near me that sells super cheap produce; the problem is nothing is organic so I only buy bananas, lemons and sometimes mangoes. Yesterday they had dried figs so I bought them too. They are pretty sweet and delicious.

Here is what I used for this recipe:
1/2 cup of oats
1/4 cup of coconut milk
1 tbsp of agave nectar
1/4 of a mango
1 banana
2 figs cut small
2 tbsp of peanut butter

Soak the oats overnight in the coconut milk. I also splashed some oat milk on top. The next morning, slice a piece of a mango, 1 banana and 2 figs on top of the oats. Add the peanut butter on top too. Take a picture, hashtag fabulousveganrecipes and upload to IG :) Enjoy!!
I very much enjoyed the figs and mango, they gave a new and different flavor to the oats and were very sweet. This breakfast will keep you filled throughout the morning. Lots of fiber and nutrients!


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