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Over Oats? This 3-Step Desk Breakfast Is A Total Game-Changer


By Sophie White
10th Jul 2017
Over Oats? This 3-Step Desk Breakfast Is A Total Game-Changer

Sick of boring breakfasts and Breakfast Bores (you know who you are), here is a quick summer bite to change up the morning office routine.


Lately, I have hit total oat fatigue. It doesn’t help that at every social gathering I’m stuck with the Oat Oversharer – you know that person who insists on detailing the minutia of their breakfast regime. Protein oats, savoury porridge, overnight oats… I am over it. Enter the couscous bowl (or jar for a quick breakfast on the go).

Breakfast Couscous

Serves?2

You will need:

  • 50g couscous
  • 25g?chopped dried mango
  • 1 teaspoon coconut oil
  • A good dollop of yoghurt
  • 20g pecans, toasted
  • A scattering of coconut flakes
  • A handful of fresh berries

Step 1

Place the couscous in a bowl along with the chopped dried mango. Pour in boiling water until the couscous is just covered. Then cover the bowl and allow to stand for 10 minutes.

Step 2

Once the water has been absorbed, stir in the coconut oil and fluff up the couscous with a fork. Divide between two bowls or jars.

Step 3

Top with the yoghurt, toasted pecans, coconut, and berries.