A few weeks back I was introduced to the Great British porridge co. by my mother in law and she was raving about how good it tasted so we just had to buy some to try for ourselves. We popped to our local Sainsburys and found the large pouches which makes up to 7 bowls of porridge. We firstly chose the chocolate porridge but there is also blueberry & Banana and Strawberry & peanut.
The first bowl we had was amazing! full of great ingredients, chia seeds, flax seeds, oats dates etc and it filled us up until lunchtime which is always a bonus. For the health conscious this porridge is for you!.
Chocolate Great British porridge Co.
Whilst tasting the first bowl of chocolate porridge I had the idea of making a porridge pot. The next morning I set about my idea and boy its dangerous!! a combination of quinoa puffs, peanut butter, vegan chocolate sauce and cocoa nibs with the chocolate porridge added into the next it was shear naughtiness but with the added health kick too!. I posted my photo of my naughty creation onto our Instagram page which got the attention of the company who then asked me if they could publish our photo and recipe onto their website. I have put the link below. Please check it out and let us know is it a breakfast you would eat?
We love the fact that our porridge tastes so decadent and luxurious yet is still super healthy and full of nutritious goodness. This peanut butter porridge recipe from @voodievie looks and tastes like a pudding but can be enjoyed for breakfast – yes dreams really do come true! Check out the recipe below, it’s a winner! Ingredients 5 tbsp of the classic chocolate porridge 100ml of hot oat milk 1 tbsp of smooth peanut butter 2 tbsp of puffed quinoa 2 tsp of vegan chocolate sauce Handful of peanuts Tsp of cocoa nibs Method Make the porridge as per instructions on the packet and set to one side. Place the puffed quinoa at the bottom of your pot. Return to the porridge stirring to ensure all combined. Spoon on top of the quinoa. Then squeeze the chocolate sauce and spoon the peanut butter on top. Place the peanuts into a dry frying pan and on a low heat gently warm them up until golden. Place on top of the peanut butter along with a sprinkling of cocoa nibs and a few puffed quinoa pieces. Either eat now or place in the fridge overnight.