Carrot Cake baked porridge

No one really knows where the carrot cake came from, but it’s got carrot in so it must be healthy right? This carrot cake baked porridge is so good and the cashew frosting on top adds the perfect amount of sweetness. If you don’t have time to make the cashew frosting then add some peanut butter and you are good to go.

The texture of baked porridge is significantly different to normal porridge you would cook on the hob or in the microwave. The texture is fluffy and much more cake like which we absolutely love as it makes you feel like you are eating cake for breakfast and who doesn’t want cake for breakfast?

Let us know if you decide to bake this porridge as we would love to know! If you take any photos then be sure to tag us in them on Twitter and Instagram, you can find us at @threebrits.

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Makes 2 bowls of porridge
Porridge ingredients
100g oats
1tsp baking powder
1 carrot grated
½ tsp mixed spices
½ tsp ground ginger
½ tsp cinnamon
4 Walnuts chopped
30ml water
30ml milk of your choice

Cashew Frosting
50g cashews
3tbsp almond milk
1tbsp maple syrup/agave nectar

Method
Soak the cashews in water for a minimum of 5 hours or over night
Preheat the oven to 180oc
Place the cashews, almond milk and maple syrup in a blender and blend until smooth
Pop the cashew frosting in the freezer for 30 minutes and chill
Grate the carrot into a mixing bowl (leaving a little for decoration)
Add the oats, chopped walnuts and spices and stir until combined
Pour in the water and milk and continue to mix (add more liquid if you feel it needs extra)
Place in the oven for 25-30 minutes until the oats are cooked and it is golden brown on top
from the oven and place a spoonful of cashew frosting on top of the porridge and sprinkle with the remaining carrot.

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