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Who needs a tropical holiday?

Let your breakfast take you on a mini tropical holiday. This immunity-boosting breakfast is packed with tons of Vitamin C, thanks to Camu Camu. Low in sugar and full of protein and healthy fats, you've got yourself nature's Rx.

Mango coconut pudding
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.


Camu Camu is a sour berry native to the Amazon. It has the highest Vitamin C content of any plant in the world (60 times more than oranges!) which can boost the immune system and protect the body from many diseases and stress. Camu also contains potent antioxidants making it a true beauty-boosting food.


An excellent source of plant protein (25%), hemp seeds contain all the essential amino acids, making it one of the rare ""complete proteins"". Bonus: they are particularly rich in omega-3 and 6, two essential fatty acids that are very beneficial for cardiovascular health, in optimal proportions for good health.


Sometimes called the "king of fruits", Mango has an impressive nutritional profile. It's not only rich in fibre and antioxidants but one of the best fruit sources of vitamin A and C which we need for a strong immune system. They are also packed with minerals like potassium, calcium, and phosphorus and dozen types of antioxidants (polyphenols) which protect cells against damage.


Sesame seeds are a good source of healthy fats, protein, B vitamins, minerals, fibre, antioxidants, and other beneficial plant compounds. Regularly consumption may aid blood sugar control, combat arthritis pain, and lower cholesterol.


Allergens: oats, sesame

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: Hemp seeds, Shredded coconut,

CREAMY LAYERS: Mango puree (100% mango), Non-dairy Coconut Yoghurt (coconut milk, cornflour, potato starch, pectin, cultures)

FRUITS: Mango chunks

TOPPINGS: unsweetened coconut chips, coconut shreds, pumpkin seeds, black sesame seeds



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 10 reviews
Lorraine Dagnall

Tastes very tropical

Ali Grigson

I love this!! Perfevt

Cath Shephard

Didn’t like this one at all - threw it away it was horrible

Katie Purvis

This was delicious and so fresh, I really enjoyed it!

Anne Mears

I must admit I was sceptical that this was 2 servings when the pot arrived - however, it is! It’s very dense, and when soaked overnight it does swell a little, and is very filling to eat. Flavour wise - I have to say I was a little underwhelmed. It’s pleasant, coconutty (which I love), typical of your overnight oats flavour, but not particularly mango flavoured. There is mango in it, abs you get little pieces of it from time to time, I think I was just expecting more? Probably because I had their pictures of the porridge in my head, lol!
In conclusion, yes, it’s nice and I enjoyed 2 good breakfasts from it. It’s convenient, quick to make and take, healthy and I’m sure I could always add more mango should I feel the need!