Berries And Peanut Butter
Easy and delicious, berries and peanut butter make a great topping for your morning porridge. Nom.
Pear, Walnut & Cinnamon
A bowl of creamy porridge served with pears, walnut and cinnamon? This is definitely our new fave for those mornings we'd rather stay in the duvet.
Baked Banana-Pecan Oatmeal
Baked caramelised bananas, brown sugar and pecan nuts? There's so much YUM! in this breakfast.
Cranberry & Orange Compote
Comforting porridge with stewed cranberry and orange compote sprinkled with shaved coconut. Yes please!
Strawberries, Raspberries and Almonds
The perfect healthy start for a sunny day. Try serving your porridge cold with a summer sprinkling of raspberry, almond flakes and strawberries, yes it may seem a little odd, but trust us, it tastes so good.
Sweet Breakfast Bowl
This is one fully loaded bowl of porridge. Topped with juicy mango, avocado, orange, banana, pomegranate, kiwi, apple, and a (huge) scoop of peanut butter and dried fruit. This is a breakfast for champions if ever there was one.
Start your day on a healthy note by topping your porridge with ginger and stewed blueberries.
A creamy, dreamy start to the morning. The flavours of apples and cinnamon is so good, everything a breakfast should be.
Grilled Banana and Lime
We thought banana and honey porridge was the best we could get, but then we tried grilled bananas which takes their flavour to a whole new level. Rich in natural sugars and potassium this will fuel you right through the day, and for a little zest add some lime juice.
Roasted Fig and Pistachios
Get out of your breakfast rut with this porridge topping. Roasted fig and pistachios scattered on a bed of porridge is sure to make your morning so much better.
Nutella Hot Chocolate Oatmeal Porridge
A creamy porridge made with hot chocolate, and not any ordinary hot chocolate, Nutella hot chocolate. Top with chocolate drops and a drizzle of Nutella. Here's how you make hot chocolate porridge.
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This article was written by Tolani Shoneye. Tweet her @tolly_t