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Paleo Porridge


Posted on February 18th, by Gary in Recipes. 3 comments

Paleo Porridge

There are a few mornings which don’t just revolve around eggs and/ or bacon. We tried out this paleo porridge and it was pretty damn good. Next time we’ll do a big batch and divide the mixture into freezer bags. Breakfast is always the meal for us which takes more effort to vary so I like quick ideas or things you can prep the night before. Frittatas are a good choice and last a few days.

Current brekkie rotation seems to be eggs & bacon/ pork chop/ turkey breast / smoked salmon. Usually with some veg and a small bowl of berries. I’ll usually fast one or two mornings a week so then it’s usually just water and a green tea. I’ve heard matcha green tea contains a lot more antioxidants than the tea-bags so I’ll have to get on that. Any recommendations then let me know!

Also we booked up for a meal at the Pure Taste pop-up restaurant in West Sussex. Gourmet gluten-free and paleo dishes so can’t wait to try that out. A bit out in the sticks but it’s the first place I’ve seen actually serving paleo meals so hopefully it’s worth the journey. This months menu looks good! It’s only open once a month and for a limited time so grab a table while you can.

Paleo Porridge

Recipe

serves 2

  • ½ cup almonds
  • ½ cup pecans
  • 2 small bananas
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • ½ cup almond milk
  • handful of berries

Directions

Add all the ingredients in a food processor and blitz to desired consistency. Add more almond milk if you want to make it more runny.

Heat in a saucepan or microwave.

Top with fruit.

Paleo Porridge Collage

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3 thoughts on “Paleo Porridge

  1. Loved this! Day 16 of whole30 and sick of eggs! I can’t imagine using this for a daily breakfast – seems like a ton of nuts, but really good! I didn’t have Almond milk so I used coconut milk (the unsweetened beverage kind) and added some coconut flakes because I had them. My banana was really ripe so this was the sweetest thing I’ve had in 2 weeks. Thank you!

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