Cooking With Camilla

Reflecting back on my creative career and journey as a consultant, I have been overwhelmed with gratitude for having such passion for the life that I am currently writing. I knew early into starting college, around when I launched Goodbye Butterfly, that the “traditional path” in life was not for me and it has been incredible to know that I am not alone in that line of thinking. Honestly, I owe a lot of where I am today to the community that has gotten me through all the growing pains of a twenty-something fresh out of college and I started this year with the intention of paying that forward. Fostering more meaningful connections and helping others fuel their passions has been a large focus for me these last 44 days, which is why this most recent creative partnership is something that I am currently stoked about.

The funny thing about college is you never really remember when exactly you met someone, but they just suddenly become part of your life. You see them just about everywhere, even when you don’t intend to and it is totally weird when you don’t. Camilla Malicki was a fellow student suffering through all the woes of the business program right alongside me, and her sunny personality is something that has always stuck with me. Seriously, she made some group projects and long call center shifts (yes, we even worked together!) bearable!

Of course at the end of our four years, graduation rolled around, and we went our separate ways but this year has brought us back together as we bond over our love for food and how it fuels our bodies. Camilla has been sharing just how easy (and tasty!) it is to fuel your body with healthier options over on her instagram page, and I am excited to share one of her more recent creations.

With dark chocolate covered strawberries and white chocolate raspberries, these suckers are packed with nutrition, sexiness, and a touch of Arbonne! This recipe will be featured in one of my upcoming recipe ebooks and uses both Arbonne’s Chocolate and Vanilla Protein Powder.

Valentine’s Day Overnight Oats - Two Ways

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  • ½ Cup Rolled Oats
  • ½ Cup Almond Milk
  • 3 Tablespoon Nonfat Greek Yogurt
  • 1 TB Arbonne Protein Powder (Chocolate or Vanilla)
  • Flax Seeds
  • Chia Seeds
  • Dark and White Chocolate Chips
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Honey (Optional)


  1. Start by filling a mason jar with your rolled oats and almond milk.
  2. Mix your protein powder with yogurt in a separate bowl and spoon it into the jar.
  3. Add flax seeds, chia seeds, and chocolate to your liking. Then add fresh fruit and desired toppings.
  4. Close up your jars and place it in your fridge overnight. Pop open the following morning and enjoy a sexy, nutritions breakfast in bed with your lover!

“Hungry? Cook it real!” - Camilla Malicki

This is the perfect, and more importantly an easy, way to spoil your boo or treat ya self to a little sweet treat and kick the day off to a great start. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours, I hope it is full of as much love as I have for each of you butterflies!

Looking for more healthy eats? Pop over to Camilla’s page and have a taste!

Until next time, tah.


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Shelby is an Independent Lifestyle Consultant with Arbonne International and does receive a commission off any purchases that are made through her link. All recommendations are genuine and represent Shelby's current routine.