Regular price £6.75

 Champions Breakfast 💪

Perfect for athletes looking for a high protein and energizing breakfast or a post-workout snack, this bowl will also boost your omega-3 intake thanks to flaxseeds, chia seeds and walnuts. Did we mention it tastes like chocolate banana bread?

Banana Bread
Full breakfast or pre/post-workout (1/2 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.


Like chia, flaxseed is known for its high content of gut-friendly dietary fibre and heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids. It also contains huge amounts of lignans, a type of plant chemical that can help to balance hormone levels and may even prevent breast and prostate cancer.


Hemp protein is one of the best known source of high-quality, plant-based protein. What’s more, it's considered a complete protein with all the essential amino acids and is easily digestible. In particular, hemp is rich in the amino acid arginine which plays a role lowering blood pressure and preventing heart disease. To top that, hemp offers a naturally perfect 1:3 ratio of Omega-3 and Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids as well as plenty of dietary fibre.


Brilliant bananas are a fast-acting source of energy loaded with potassium, antioxidants and amino acids. The starch contained in bananas (especially unripe) has prebiotic effects, helping to feed the gut bacteria. Their low glycemic index (GI) also means they won't cause major blood sugar spikes. Rich in Tryptophan, bananas can also boost serotonin levels, promoting relaxation and better moods.


Cinnamon is the King of herbs and spices. It's loaded with powerful antioxidants, such as polyphenols, and is antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory. It is known to help regulate blood glucose levels by increasing sensitivity to insulin.


Allergens: oats, peanut, walnut, pecan

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: flaxseeds, Ceylon cinnamon, hemp protein powder

CREAMY LAYERS: coconut cream, peanut butter

FRUITS: bananas

TOPPINGS:  walnuts, pecans, vegan chocolate chips (cocoa mass, coconut blossom sugar, cocoa butter) 



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: almond 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 27 reviews
Lorraine Dagnall

Can’t get enough of this one. My joint favourite with bohemian raspberry. The large chunks of nut really make this one excellent

Ashlyn Ghinn
Love the concept, taste not for me

Great idea but for me it is quite bland and I find the texture off putting. The toppings are finely chopped not chunky as in the picture. I have other flavours to try so hopefully I find my match! Sadly I couldn't finish this one but has filled me up :) Might just me overnight oats aren't my thing.
Amended review: For the second half of my bowl I added a teaspoon of sweet freedom caramel for only 13 calories and in my opinion this was much tastier! Worth noting you can add a bit of honey or syrup if you have a sweet tooth like me.

Lisa T
Loving these blend my day oat bowls

Really pleased I decided to try out these breakfast oat bowls with nutty boy being my favourite. Not only are they super healthy and convenient to prepare when you are short on time in the mornings, they taste delicious too. I have to discipline myself to only eat half of the bowl but it’s not an easy task.

Anousjka Selders
Best of all the Blend My Day recipes

Out of all the flavours and combinations I like this one best. With the nuts and chocolate drops it's got a bit of 'bite' to it. It also doesn't have any citrus or berries, hurray!

I didn't give it 5 stars, though, because I still find the pots hard to mix with milk when still frozen and I don't like that you have to eat two portions in a row (one pot being two portions).

Rosie Pierce
Not a huge fan

Not a massive fan of this