Porridge – 7 Ways for 7 Days
Stir one grated apple and a handful of blackberries into the porridge for the last minute or two of cooking. Top with a few more blackberries, two tablespoons toasted hazelnuts and two to three tablespoons of runny honey.
Top the porridge with two sliced bananas, zest of one lime and two to three tablespoons brown sugar (this one is awesome if you use coconut milk in porridge).
Stir a handful of blueberries into the porridge pan right at the beginning with the oats. Make the porridge as usual. Stir two teaspoons of vanilla extract into the porridge once it is ready. Serve topped with another handful of blueberries and 2-3 tablespoons maple syrup.
Sprinkle a handful of granola on top of each bowl and sweeten with about two tablespoons honey.
Top the porridge with eight tablespoons Greek yogurt, 10 chopped apricots, a good handful of raspberries toasted flaked almonds or pistachios and four tablespoons runny honey.
Stir two tablespoons cocoa powder into the porridge in the pan once it is ready. Sweeten with about three tablespoons soft brown sugar. Sprinkle with two sliced bananas, a few raspberries and some toasted flaked almonds, if you like.
Crispy Bacon and Maple Syrup
Oh yes, this classic American breakfast mix is just the best porridge. Chop up eight rashers of cooked, crispy bacon and sprinkle over the cooked porridge. Sweeten with a swirl of maple syrup.