Breakfast, brunch & lunch


*This post was created in partnership with Quaker Oats UK


Good morning lovely people!

It’s 6.03 and the world is still asleep while I am eagerly typing this post. Yeah, that means much hasn’t changed on my end, I am still one of those annoying people that call themselves ‘a morning person’.

But mornings have a bad reputation!

Just think about it.A beginning of a new day.A new blank page of our life.The smell of possibility in the morning and a chance to do things that make us truly happy. What’s there not to like!?

But for me it’s even more that this. It’s actually the only time of the day I can plan, before things get really crazy, so these magical,serene moments that happen just before the noise of the outside world leaks into my day, are something I learnt to celebrate. And I celebrate in the sloooooow way!

While the snooze button is very tempting to press(no judgement!I totally get you!), how we start our morning sets the tone for the whole day.

But don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t mean that I don’t like my bed. Quite the opposite! Of course I do! Mornings spend in bed are always my best. So that’s why I’ve teamed up with Quaker Oats UK, they made me fall in love with overnight oats all over again, and I earn extra 10 minutes in the morning to enjoy my breakfast in bed and relax! That’s my GLOAT MOMENT!

And whether you are in a ‘morning club’ or not, a happy oat jar smiling at you first thing in the morning is always a win! And how cute is that designed jar with tiny figs printed all over it? Super cute! So if you’re in the UK, you can claim one of these lovely jars by buying one of the promotional 1kg box of Quaker Porridge Oats OR by entering the competition where you can win 5x of the specially designed jars.

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So, are you hungry yet? Here is a super delicious recipe for you!


Serves 2


For the oats:
50 g Quaker’s fine porridge oats
25g golden linseeds
30g mixed seeds
250ml milk

For the fig & apple mousse
3 ripe figs
1/2 an apple
¼ tsp cinnamon
1 tsp maple syrup

For the cinnamon yoghurt
125ml greek style yoghurt
1-2 pinches of cinnamon
2 tbsp of maple syrup

handful of almonds, roughly chopped
few fresh figs and a handful of blueberries to serve with


In a bowl, mix the oats, seeds and milk together and set aside.

Make the mousse:
Whizz all the ingredients together with a hand blender.

Make the yoghurt:
Mix all the ingredients together.


Spoon the oat and seed mixture into the jars, cover and place in the fridge overnight.
In the morning top it up with a spoonful of cinnamon yoghurt and a fig and apple mousse, chopped almonds and fresh fruit.

*Thank you so much Quaker Oats UK for this lovely collaboration!All the words, opinions, recommendations are honest and totally my own(of course)

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8 komentarzy

  1. Louise | Cygnet Kitchen

    06/06/2017 at 13:56

    Well, I am not in the morning club (as you know!) But I love the idea of waking up to overnight oats. Gorgeous photos as always ( I just want to climb in that bed and cuddle Daisy, while ‚someone’ brings me that breakfast! 😉 xx


    • Bea

      14/06/2017 at 12:13

      Hahaha All this is at a reach of a hand for you Louise, all you have to do is finally pay us a visit 🙂 xxx


  2. Anna

    06/06/2017 at 19:48

    Bea this looks and sounds dreamy!I just love love love your photos!
    I’m definitely a morning person, and also like my breakfast to be as slow as possible, before the reality kicks in 😉
    And totally get you an that snooze button! 🙂


    • Bea

      14/06/2017 at 12:15

      Anna! You always put such a huge smile on my face! Thank you so much for always being so kind :)Sending big hugs your way 🙂


  3. Sandhya Hariharan

    12/06/2017 at 10:58

    I love love.. overnight oats !! And if these pretty looking oats jars are on my breakfast table, i am game every morning.


    • Bea

      14/06/2017 at 12:16

      Hey Sandhya! They are just such a treat in the morning aren’t they, just like eating pudding for breakfast, but packed with all the goodness we need to face our day 🙂


  4. Polina

    17/06/2017 at 20:38

    I hope that by getting more organised one day i’ll be able to enjoy quiet and slow mornings too! This recipe sounds and LOOKS soo yummy. I have to ask you though where did you get the bed linen? Looks super comfy and cozy. xx


    • Bea

      29/06/2017 at 13:27

      Hey Polina! Thank you so much for your lovely comment! The bed linen is from Ikea – not sponsored 🙂 It really is lovely!


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