Toasted Oatmeal with Double Mango and Toasted Walnuts


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Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Cooking Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 4
Calories: 475 per serving
Percent from Fat: 33%
Cusine: American, Vegetarian
Course: Breakfast
Diet: Vegetarian
Food as MedicineSM Ingredient: Oatmeal

Food as MedicineSM Tip

Eating oatmeal is a wonderful way to feel full, and well-nourished. It's especially beneficial for people who have high cholesterol, because oatmeal contains beta-glucan, a fiber proven to lower cholesterol by as much as 23 percent.

Culinary Taste Tip

Toasting rolled oats is one way to boost flavor without adding calories or unhealthy fats. Over-stirring the oatmeal changes the texture from smooth to too smooth and a little pasty. Just let the simmering milk do its job.

Culinary Technique Tip

To quickly dice a mango, place the fruit firmly on a cutting board, point side down. Then cut away from you, and slice down until you reach the pit. Then, make quick cross hatches, and scoop out perfect cubes of mango!


3 cups old-fashioned oats, uncooked
One-half cup coarsely chopped walnuts
4 cups skim milk or fat-free soy milk
One-half cup diced dried mango
One-quarter teaspoon salt
One-eighth teaspoon ground nutmeg
1 large ripe fresh mango, diced (2 cups)


Heat oven to 400 degrees. Spread oats in a single layer on a jelly-roll pan. Place nuts on a small baking sheet. Bake oats and nuts 6 to 7 minutes or until lightly toasted. Set nuts and oats aside separately. Combine milk, dried mango, salt, and nutmeg in a medium saucepan; bring just to a simmer over high heat. Reduce heat to low; add toasted oats. Simmer 5 to 8 minutes or until thickened, stirring only once or twice. Transfer to four serving bowls; top with fresh mango and toasted nuts. Serve with additional milk, if desired.


Dried strawberries or golden raisins may replace dried mango; 2 cups sliced strawberries may replace fresh mango. Brazil nuts may replace walnuts. One-half teaspoon cinnamon may replace nutmeg. For a lighter, less aggressive flavor, use true cinnamon, sometimes called Ceylonese cinnamon, if you can find it.

Nutritional Analysis

Total fat (g) 17.5;Fat calories (kc) 158;Cholesterol (mg) 0;Saturated fat (g) 1.8;Polyunsaturated fat (g) 9.3;Monounsaturated fat (g) 4.1;Fiber (g) 9.3;Carbohydrates (g) 64.6;Sugar (g) 16.2;Protein (g) 20.7;Sodium (mg) 33;Calcium (mg) 61;Magnesium (mg) 176;Zinc (mg) 3.0;Selenium (mcg) 36;Potassium (mg) 793;Vitamin A (RE) 428;Beta-carotene (RE) 447;Vitamin C (mg) 29;Vitamin E (mg) 2.2;hiamin B1(mg) 0.;9;Riboflavin B2 (mg) 0.3;Niacin B3 (mg) 1.5;Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.40;Folic acid (mcg) 48

Comments on Toasted Oatmeal with Double Mango and Toasted Walnuts

From: Civilgillfriend

My Gasterologist told me I should stay away from oatmeal and bran because of IBS. Is this true?

From: zippitydodadoer

that would make sense with all that fiber, but that's just my entirely unprofessional comment.

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