This is a bulk make, so that you don’t have to bother each morning with the individual ingredients. And if you are like us ~ not a fabulous morning person ~ or want a quick bowl of goodness, then this is an ideal kick starter. Keep it in an airtight jar to preserve the lovely scents and conserve its freshness.




Prep time

15 minutes




  • 100g mixed nuts

  • 50g raw cacao nibs

  • 50g roasted coconut chips

  • 100g rice & buckwheat flakes

  • 100g spelt flakes

  • 5 tbsp puffed amaranth

  • 5 tbsp puffed quinoa

  • 1 tsp matcha powder

  • 1 tsp rosehip powder

  • ½ tsp vanilla powder


  • Grind (separately) the nuts, cacao nibs and coconut chips in a food processor. We recommend doing this separately and grinding by quick pulsing. This way you’ll get a more consistent result and you avoid overheating (oil separation).
  • In a large bowl mix all the ingredients vigorously with a spoon.
  • Transfer to an airtight jar to preserve feshness.
  • Want to enjoy immediately? Warm up some hazelnut-rice plant milk in a bowl, then add 3-4 tbsp of your freshly made porridge. Let it sit for a minute.

    Have a lovely morning!

Here are the exact things we used:

  • Mixed nuts: we vary our nuts per go and prefer mixing ourselves, you can try: macadamia, pecan, peanut, walnut, almond, hazelnut, pistachio, cashew. You can get them all individually at Pit&Pit or if you are really lazy get their mix.
  • Cacao nibs: we got ours at Pit&Pit
  • Roasted coconut chips: the taste of these is full of flavour and they smell divine, Pit&Pit
  • Rice & buckwheat flakes
  • Spelt flakes
  • Quinoa puffs
  • Amaranth puffs
  • Matcha powder: we use the same premium quality as we would for our tea, Hug the Tea!
  • Rosehip powder: this one is very aromatic and you can use it for baking as well or for smoothies
  • Vanilla powder: we used Het Blauwe Huis
  • Hazelnut Rice Plant Milk: we used Zonnatura
  • Placemat: Linum
  • Slate serving board: Boska
  • Flatware: Villeroy & Boch, Victor
  • Crane figurines: vintage, alternatively you can make an origami one yourself