The Healthy-haired Chef | Chocolate PB Overnight Protein Oats

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Kick-starting your metabolism and regulating blood sugar levels after an over-night ‘fast’, breakfast is ace in ensuring we all arrive at work fulled, focused and ready to seize the day. 

Well, #boosties, you’re in luck! This week’s edition of The Healthy-haired Chef is an absolute killer! Not only easy to prepare and insanely delish, this nutrient-dense breakfast is also packed with protein and bursting with hair-loving properties.

Perfect for refuelling after an early AM gym-sesh, or merely preparing to #slay the day, kick start your morning and show TLC to those roots with our Choc-PB Overnight Oat recipe!

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Chocolate PB Overnight Protein Oats 
Vegan, GF, RSF, DF
Serves 1 
  • 1/2 cup rolled oats (if Celiac use certified GF oats)
  • 1 serving chocolate protein powder (whichever you prefer) 
  • 1/2 cup almond, soy (or any non-dairy milk)
  • 1 heaped TBS all-natural peanut butter (see notes **) 
  • 1/2 cup fresh blueberries 
  • 1 TBS chia seeds 
  • 1 TBS unhulled hemp seeds 
  • A few slices of banana (to serve) 
  • One clean, glass jar w/ lid 
  1. Place all ingredients (except banana and blueberries) in a clean, glass jar and mix well.
  2. If the mixture is too dry, add more milk or water (note: the mixture should be runny with room to swell and thicken once chilled). 
  3. Seal with lid and place in the fridge overnight (or at least 30 minutes). 
  4. Remove from fridge, place in a bowl or keep in the jar, top with fruit. 
  5. Eat and enjoy! 
* This recipe works best when left to thicken and chill. We recommend preparing the night before for best results and an easy, grab-n-go breakfast. 
** If allergic to peanuts, or dislike peanut butter, substitute ingredient for another nut butter of choice. Almond butter works well as an alternative.
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We told you this recipe was insanely easy! It's one of the BB team's 'go-to' breakfast options at the moment. We like to prepare five portions in advance on a Sunday evening, so we're ready for the week ahead with nutritious, nutrient-dense breakfasts.

But we're sure you're not all here just to read about what the BondiBoost crew eat for breakfast, right? Keep reading to find out how this recipe helps promote hair health. 


Nutrient/ Vitamin




Hair Benefit



Carbohydrates are your bodies preferred source of energy used to create new cells. Ensuring you fuel your body with healthy wholegrains, such as oats, maintains your bodies energy levels and promotes consistent hair growth.



Iron is a key nutrient in preventing hair loss and encouraging hair growth. Iron is used by the body to transport oxygen through the blood to cells. These same cells are the cells used in the creation of new hair follicles.

In reverse, a lack of iron, leading to a lack of oxygen in the cells, causes hair loss as hair follicles can no longer grow or survive.


Chia Seeds, Hemp Seeds

Omega3s, a critical micronutrient of fat, are vital to ensuring your hair is elastic and supple all year round. The fatty acid chains in Omega3s are readily absorbed by the body and prevent dry/flakey scalps.



Protein Powder, Peanut Butter and Soy Milk (if using)


Hair is predominately made up of a type of protein called Keratin. Because of this, it relies on extra protein to maintain tensile strength and keep sufficient elasticity.

Did you know peanut butter and soy milk are fantastic sources of plant-based protein? They and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes! 


Pssst! Want an extra BOOST of nutrients to get those #hairgoals on track? Shop the complete range of BondiBoost Hair Growth products for a bonus kick of essential hair-loving nutrients to your daily routine.


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