Overnight oats in my new @coconut bowl

I am so excited to have received my order of @coconut bowls, wooden spoons, forks and chopsticks. So this morning, instead of eating my overnight oats out of my jar, I decided to put them in my beautiful new bowl. What do you think?

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Overnight Oats

Course Breakfast
Cook Time 5 minutes
Servings 1


  • 1 tbsp Chia seeds
  • 1 tbsp Flax seeds
  • 1 tbsp Oatmeal
  • 1 Yogurt or Fromage blanc 0%
  • 1 tbsp Agave sirop
  • 100 ml Any preferred milk
  • 1 portion Any preferred fruit


  1. Put all ingredients (except the fruit) in a jar and mix. 

  2. Keep refrigerated overnight or at least 30 minutes.

  3. Before serving, cut your fruit into bite size and add it to the overnight oats.

Recipe Notes

I vary every morning by adding different fruits. In this recipe, I used some pomegranate seeds, gojis and Algerian dates (jujubes).

Please tag me @feebyme if you tried and liked my recipe.

Bouillon de légumes / volaille fait maison

Have you ever taken the time to read the ingredients of the vegetable / chicken powder or cubes that we use?  I recently did…and immediately decided that it’s time to make my own.  No conservatives, no glutamate sodium, nothing artificial except real organic vegetables (dehydrated at home) and himalaya rock salt.  The result was not bad, I still have some improvements to make but during this period of cold and humid weather, I was able to make plenty of wonton or noodle soup with no second thoughts because I know that there are only fresh products with no added conservative, and not being constantly thirsty afterward!!!

And I love so much my photo that I wanted to post it and let you know that among certain recipes in which I use bouillon, they have all been replaced by my homemade ones.