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Boost your prebiotic fibre intake!

With a whopping 12g fibre per serving, not only will you meet your daily requirements in no time, but your gut will thank you! It's high Zinc and Iron content will help also you ease brain fog, enhance focus and boost mental performance. And the blueberry on the cake? It's loaded with antioxidant goodness!

Blueberry-Almond Muffin
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.


Hemp seeds are of the best known sources 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.


Native to the Amazon region, amazing acai berries are jam-packed with antioxidants - actually more than any other food on the planet, including red wine, blueberries and dark chocolate.Its superhero compound is anthocyanin, which is renowned for its protective, anti-ageing benefits. Naturally low in sugars and calories, acai is rich in healthy fats, fibre, cholesterol-fighting phytosterols and amino acids.


Goji berries have been a staple in traditional medicine for centuries to improve vitality, energy and longevity. With 12 times more antioxidant than blueberries, more Vitamin C than oranges and more iron than spinach, it’s no wonder these berries top the charts of the most nutrient-dense foods. They're also known to help with the ageing process and - less well known - an excellent source of plant-based complete protein.


Almonds contain a perfect trio of protein to build and repair cells, fibre to aid digestion and monounsaturated fatty acids to help fight cholesterol. They are also rich in fibre and vitamin E, which are both excellent for the proper functioning of the cardiovascular system. 


Allergens: oats, almonds

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, acai powder, chicory root fibre (inulin)

CREAMY LAYERS: raspberry chia jam (raspberries, chia seeds, dates, water), almond butter.

FRUITS: blueberries, blackberries.

TOPPINGS: almonds, pumpkin seeds, goji berries, puffed quinoa.



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: almond 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 17 reviews
Emma March
Super Tasty

Love the super Taste and getting lots of good nutrients in with it too.

Lorraine Dagnall

Love the blueberries in this

paula jones
Purple grains

Wow what a little gem! Full of flavour and guaranteed to get those tastebuds flowing! Lovely warmed up on these cold mornings and so satisfying so yes thankyou! Looking forward to trying the rest!

elllen mcilwraith

really enjoying.. And im hard to please.. just about to re order

Mandy Cronin
Great taste and texture and flavour

I love this one. It is tasty with a great texture and very filling. Definitely sees me straight through until lunchtime.