Check out these quick and easy porridge recipes for easy porridge toppings. We’ve come up with four simple ideas to top your porridge for a healthy breakfast recipe.
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Quick and easy porridge toppers
Tahini, date and toasted almond
- Pit and chop 3 medjool dates.
- Toast 1 tbsp flaked almonds in a dry, non-stick frying pan until golden.
- Drizzle 1 tbsp tahini over hot porridge then add the dates and almonds.
Spiced sultana and apple
- Put 2-3 tbsp golden sultanas or flame raisins in a bowl and pour over just-boiled water to cover.
- Dice an eating apple and toss with a squeeze of lemon juice and a pinch each of cinnamon and nutmeg.
- Drain the sultanas and add to the apple mix. Spoon over hot porridge.
Vanilla yogurt and maple blueberries
- Put a handful of blueberries and 1 tbsp maple syrup in a small pan and heat gently until they soften.
- Mix 2 tbsp greek yogurt with a few drops of vanilla extract and spoon over hot porridge.
- Top with the blueberries and syrup.
Boost your fruit intake by adding frozen berries to a bowl of cinnamon-spiced porridge for breakfast. A handful of whole almonds adds a great texture, too.
Put a savoury spin on your breakfast with our savoury porridge pepped up with ginger and chilli oil. This easy dish also makes a great midweek meal for two.
Add a little indulgent to your breakfast routine with our chocolate, coconut and raspberry quinoa porridge. Coconut sugar and cocoa powder gives a gentle sweetness.
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