Lo and behold the tastiest porridge you are probably going to ever try. This steamy bowl of creamy fruity porridge is packed with many fresh fruits which are sure to supply a great kick-start to your day. A banging porridge recipe is a must-have for a quick and satisfying breakfast. The great thing about porridge is that the toppings are limitless. Nearly any and every fruit imaginable can be plopped on top of this healthy oat dish. Although this combination is, like, totally the best.
To my best friend, thank you!
I have my best friend to thank for this and now so do you. One morning while I was putting my face on, she was whipping this beauty up in the kitchen. BOY I was not expecting such a tasty treat. Breakfast was a pleasant surprise that morning, and the fact someone else graciously prepared it for me made it even better; it always does, doesn’t it? As I took my first mouthful, I stared at her with a wide eye and her smug smirk told me 1000 words. She knew something had happened; a revelation had taken place. Why on earth had I not done this before?!
Usually, I’m not a fan of mushed banana. I like it solid and I like it chunky. Chunky and funky: that’s my kind of banana. But something happened that morning between that fruity porridge and the banana. A romantic encounter? A kiss in the rain? I don’t care what it was, because it was gorg.
A quick note about this fruity porridge.
A quick note for Slimming Worlders: it is up to you whether you syn your mashed fruit or not! I personally do. For this recipe you’ll be using 1 syn for the banana for those counting.
So, I am passing down the ‘heirloom’ to you (you’re welcome) so you can experience the wonderfulness that is this bowl of fruity porridge. ENJOY BEBBEHS!
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As created by my best friend, I bring you fruity porridge!
40g of porridge oats
250ml of semi-skimmed milk
1 tsp of honey
So, you want to prepare your fresh fruit first. Cut an apple into quarters and scoop out middle, or use an apple corer (you don’t want those cheeky cyanide filled seeds). Cut the 4 pieces of the juicy Lucy into 8 by slicing each of those pieces longways, and then chop them sideways to get really small chunks. If you like chunkier pieces, then leave them a tad bigger. Part of the beauty of this recipe is that a lot of it is up to you, the eater of the porridge.
Continuing with the fruit prep, cut up the strawberries and any other fruit to your preferred size. (Except for the banana. That bad boy makes an appearance later).
Pour the milk and oats into a saucepan and put over a low heat. Then, pour in the fruit and stir every now and then.
While it’s on the heat, get the banana and use a fork to mash it until it’s like goo. Once the porridge is the thickness you like, take it off the heat and scrape the mashed banana in. Be sure to stir well to get the banana all up in that porridge and then drizzle in your honey.
Plop the contents into bowl and bloody enjoy.
1 Hexa used.
1 Hexb used.
Syn mashed fruit if you wish to do so.
- Serving Size: 1
- Calories: 484
- Sugar: 48.8g
- Sodium: 256.2mg
- Fat: 8.3g
- Saturated Fat: 3g
- Unsaturated Fat: 0g
- Trans Fat: 0g
- Carbohydrates: 90.3g
- Fiber: 12g
- Protein: 15.5g
- Cholesterol: 0g
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