Regular price £6.75

Carrot cake for breakfast?

These Overnight Oats taste just like a decadent carrot cake but you can enjoy them 100% guilt free. This morning treat is loaded with fibre, plant protein and beta-carotene that can help restore skin elasticity and prevent signs of ageing. 

Carrot Cake
Full breakfast (1/2 cup) or pre/post-workout (1/3 cup)



Oats are a superfood in their own right thanks to their positive action on cholesterol (beta-glucans), cardiovascular diseases, blood sugar levels, blood pressure, athletic performance, and intestinal well-being. Thanks to their high soluble fibre and protein content, they are particularly satisfying.


Goji berry (also known as wolfberry) is frequently used in Chinese medicine for boosting longevity and enhancing energy and immune health. It is high in amino acids and rich in carotenoids, vitamin C, various B vitamins and iron.


Small but mighty pumpkin seeds are an excellent source of protein and dietary fibre. They are packed with cell protective antioxidants, such as carotenoids and vitamin E. They also contain immune-boosting Zinc and Magnesium, as well as tryptophan which helps promote a good night's sleep.


As the perfect health food, carrots are full of nutrients, low in calories, and taste naturally sweet. They are high in beta-carotene (vitamin A) which can help restore skin elasticity and prevent signs of ageing. They are also an excellent source of vitamin B, K and potassium and can help lose weight, lower cholesterol and even improve eye health.


Cashews are low in sugar and rich in fiber, heart-healthy fats, and plant protein. They're also a good source of copper, magnesium, and manganese — nutrients important for energy production, brain health, immunity, and bone health.


Allergens: oats, peanut, cashew

PORRIDGE: Ancient whole grain blend (gluten-free oats, buckwheat flakes, buckwheat groats, millet flakes, puffed amaranth), chia seeds, date paste, Madagascan vanilla extract, Himalayan pink sea salt.

BOOSTERS: Shredded coconut, Ceylon cinnamon, Nutmeg, Cardamom

CREAMY LAYERS: Peanut butter, Coconut cream

FRUITS/VEGS:  Grated carrots

TOPPINGS: cashews, pumpkin seeds, unsweetened coconut chips, goji berries



Each cup serve 2 breakfasts
For the best results, prepare the whole cup at once. Once prepared, split it in 2 portions (adding half of the topping on each) and either share it or keep the 2nd portion in the fridge for up to 2 days in a sealed container. Do not refreeze.

Overnight preparation (cold) - highly recommended *

  1. Take the cup out of the freezer, open it and remove the topping pot. 
  2. Cover the oats with cold milk of choice (about 175ml or to fill line) and stir well. Our pick: coconut milk.
  3. Put the lid back and soak in the fridge overnight (6+ hours). 
  4. In the morning, give it a good stir, add the toppings and enjoy cold! Split it in 2 potions to share right away or keep half in the fridge for the next morning or the one after (Do not refreeze). Add lid back and take to go if you want!
* Soaking your oats overnight is like cooking them without the damaging effects of heat. You keep all the vitamins and minerals and their naturally low Glycaemic Index. It also "activate" the grains, which helps your body utilize their nutrients much more efficiently and make them easier to digest.

To prepare in the morning (hot)

  1. Take the cup out of the freezer, open it and remove the topping pot.
  2. Kettle: cover the oats with boiling water or milk of choice (about 175ml or to fill line) and stir well. Our pick: coconut milk. Microwave: add cold milk/water to fill line, stir well and microwave on high for 30-60 sec.
  3. Put lid back and let stand for 2-3 minutes.
  4. Stir again, split in 2 portions, add the toppings and enjoy! If the 2nd portion is not consumed right away, keep in the fridge and either eat it cold the next morning (or the one after) or gently reheat in the microwave without over cooking it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Ruth Waterton
Spicy porridge

I wasn’t sure I’d like this but in fact I really enjoyed it. Good value as it contains two very generous portions

Sarah C

Love these overnight oat bowls and this is one of my favourite flavours so far.

Mandy Cronin
Unusual breakfast - but have grown to love it already

On the first day I wasn't completely sure on this one - I mean, I'd never thought of having grated carrot in a breakfast bowl before. However, when eating the remainder of the pot on the second day, I really enjoyed it. I think it's one that you may not love initially but it will certainly grow on you. I didn't find it quite as filling as some of the other oat breakfast bowls but will certainly buy it again.

Joanna Piechaczyk

Very nice and tasty🥰

Gareth Roberts
Does what it says on the tin!

Yeah, it's carrot cake in porridge form. It's okay, looking forward to trying the others.