I can't claim the credit for this idea. I do this type of mix for my overnight oats/bircher muesli type breakfast, but saw the Dr Rupi of the Doctors Kitchen throw this together on Instagram and gave it a try. NB - I've made a few changes and also worked out the nutrient profile as some of my clients find this useful.
15g Millet Flakes
15g Quinoa Flakes
30g Hemp Seeds
60g Pecan Nuts
60g Pumpkin Seeds
60g Sunflower Seeds
I added the millet, quinoa and hemp because I had it in the cupboard and to add extra nutrients but the original recipe was 200g oats so feel free to just use oats.
Mill the flaxseed (or buy the milled variety).
Blitz the pecans and walnuts with pumpkin and sunflower seeds.
Add in the Oats, Millet, Quinoa and Hemp.
Store in an airtight container.
When ready to cook, dry toast 80g in saucepan before adding milk, 1/2 tsp cinnamon and 1/2 tsp cacao powder (if desired). Use as much milk as to make the consistency you like. Top with natural yogurt and berries.
PS - 80g makes quite a substantial portion.
(of which saturates) 3.6g
(of which sugars) 1.4g
One portion gives you 43% RI of Magnesium, 27% RI of Iron, 26% RI of Zinc, high in B Vitamins, Vitamin E, essential fats and a GL of 11.