Punchy Porridge

Porridge. Even looking at the word evokes images of beige,lumpy wallpaper paste. Don’t fear, I have a recipe here that will change the way you look at porridge forever! (Well, hopefully). Porridge tastes a whole lot better when teamed with something “jazzy” like apples, granola, cinnamon, and honey…. YUM!

Ok, so this recipe is one which has evolved over time. It is a heavy duty breakfast that will fill you right up to dinner time. It has texture, sweetness and crunch, a big huggy bowl of warmth really.

What do I need?

  • 1 Cup of Porridge
  • 1/2 Cup of Granola ( chopped nuts can work equally well here)
  • 1 Apple
  • Handful of raisins or chopped dates
  • 1/2 tsp of cinnamon
  • Honey
  • Knob of butter

What do I do?

  • Chop your apple
  • Heat up a knob of butter in a frying pan and add your apples
  • Put your porridge oats into a separate saucepan with cup of milk salt and little bit of sugar to taste and stir (keep watching it)
  • Back to the frying pan, sprinkle cinnamon over the sliced apples
  • Pop Granola into the frying pan along with the apples and let it warm through and brown off, add in raisins or dates
  • Squeeze about a tablespoon of honey over the granola and apple mix, heat through slightly and take off heat
  • Your porridge should be ready at this stage, take off heat and pop into a bowl, put your apple granola mix over the top, and voila! you have yourself a punchy porridge breakfast for champions!

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Comments

  1. My wife and I thought the porridge in the UK looked amazing, but we never tried it. This looks amazing!

  2. Nice one Dee, serious recipe, will have to try this one!

  3. ruth bogan says:

    i love my porridge every morning..but this looks yummmy..will def give it a go 🙂

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