Hello Lovelies, today I’m happy to share one of our favorite breakfast recipes with you: creamy porridge with cashew milk. Especially in the cold season, we like to start with a warm breakfast and there is nothing better than a creamy porridge. Luckily, the children love it too. In the evening, when they go to sleep, they already order their porridge and topping for the next morning.
The porridge is not only made quickly, but it can also be made in so many ways and is super healthy as well.
From the nutritional point of view, oats are the most valuable grain. This is mainly due to its high protein and fiber content as well as the minerals it contains and vitamins B1 and E. The B vitamins contained in the oatmeal not only provide more power, but together with trace elements such as zinc, manganese and copper are responsible for strong fingernails and healthy, beautiful skin.
Here is the recipe for the creamy porridge with cashew milk:
This time I made the porridge with home-made cashew milk, which is especially creamy (you can find the recipe here). But you can use any other milk of your choice. I usually always take 1 cup of water and 2 cups of milk. I also like almond or oat milk in my porridge. Also with the toppings you can be very creative. The kids like their porridge with apple cinnamon compote. Most of the time I prepare a fruit compote the evening before, and then just make the porridge fresh in the morning, which saves time and in 10 minutes a healthy and long-lasting breakfast is on the table.
Instead of bananas, you can also take something else as a sweetener of course. I usually use some maple syrup or even honey, depending what’s around. Porridge is also delicious with frozen berries or can be more exotic with coconut and mango or pineapple. I’ll post more recipes here for you soon.
Do you like eating porridge and what about your kids? Well, I am very happy that they have something warm in their bellies in the morning before school. So they have enough energy for learning and to concentrate. Usually they bring their lunch box back home and it’s still filled half way. They prefer to play instead of eating in their break. But that’s totally fine, since the oats are keeping them full for a long time.
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