• 1 packet of coconut, chia seed instant porridge or your favourite flavour
  • 1 liberte high protein yogurt (I’ve used strawberry and blueberry and both equally as good)
  • Couple of teaspoons of ground oats to bulk out
  • 2 teaspoons of desiccated coconut
  • 100 ml of whole milk (depening on thickness you might want to top up in the morning before you devour the bowl)
  • Handfull of your favourite fruit. I used sliced strawberries but you could add desecated coconut, chopped nuts, blueberries, extra chia seeds or mixed frozen berries to keep costs down)


I use a glass kilner jar with clasp to allow me safe transport to work as plastic Tupperware boxes have exploded more than once in my bag and left me pulling the last few strands of hair out damping down and sponging as it’s leather and won’t go in the washing machine.

Mix the instant oats with the yogurt to make sure all the oats are coated otherwise they will be dry and chewy if not fully incorporated. Add the milk a bit at a time till you get a good consistency but remember the oats will absorb the liquids overnight so you always need a bit more than you think but can top up in the morning if too dry.

Put in the fridge overnight and top with your favourite fruit in the morning at your leisure.


1 packet of flavoured Quaker Oaks (i used the blueberry super goodness porridge ones)
1 pot of Liberte yogurt as it’s got around 7g of protein (again I used blueberry or you can use plain Greek yogurt)
1 dessert spoon of ground oatmeal. I prefer the finer ground as I don’t like the texture of chunky oats
about 100ml of whole milk


You can add some of your favourite dried or fresh fruit if you like from fresh blueberries, strawberry, kiwi, mango,rasberries, blackberries, chopped almonds, toasted coconut or any other nuts.


Mix the oats in the yogurt then add the milk a bit at a time stiring as you go along to make sure it is fully incorporated so that you don’t have dry clumps in your proats.

I tried making chocolate and peanut butter the day before but ended in disaster. I used a pouch of chocolate whey protein from my recent Tribe box, which seemed to heavily overtip the balance of other ingredients.