The Porridge Series- 1 (Summer Fruits)

Welcome to the porridge series episode 1, porridge is something we eat on a regular basis (okay almost every day). It is so versatile and there are so many different toppings you can add to keep it interesting. You don’t even have to add sugar/syrup or honey to make your porridge taste delicious.Stayed tuned and let us know if you try any of our recipes.

Strawberry Porridge

British strawberries means summer has finally arrived here in the UK. Bet you didn’t think you would enjoy anything more than fresh strawberries and cream this summer but wait until you try our fresh strawberry porridge.

Strawberries are only around in Britain during the summer months (June to August to be more precise). Strawberries from a local provider are by far the best, lots of people in the UK visit strawberry farms and pick their own (PYO). The flavour is incomparable to shop bought strawberries and think of all the delicious creations you can make with your handpicked strawberries.

Make sure you are gentle when washing your strawberries to avoid bruising and it is important to know you should remove the green hull after washing.

Healthy Facts- Did you know 5 strawberries contain more vitamin C than an entire orange. They also contain significant levels of antioxidants which help to fight disease.

Recipe
50G Porridge Oats

250ml Almond Milk/ Milk or water

6 Medium sized strawberries (other berries can also be added)

Method

Place the Porridge oats in a bowl

Pour your choice of liquid on top of the oats

Place in the oats in the microwave for 2-3 minutes (you might want to keep an eye on it as it sometimes has the tendency to bubble over the edge).

Once your porridge is cooked remove bowl from the microwave.

Remove the hull from your strawberries and put them in a clean bowl.

Stew the strawberries for 1 minute in the microwave

Pour your steaming hot strawberries on top of the porridge

Mix well and enjoy

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