Last week I was fortunate enough to be invited to an International Women’s Day event at Rude Health Cafe, and left with a hefty goodie bag. I’m trying intermittent fasting at the moment (which I think I’m going to do a blog post on), and needed a substantial meal for breaking my fast that would power me through to lunch without snacking. I found everything I needed in my goodie bag: Rude Health gluten-free organic sprouted oats, Rude Health tiger nut milk, and ManiLife deep roasted peanut butter.
These Rude Health oats are gluten-free. I’m not a coeliac, and don’t think I have any intolerance to gluten. But intolerances can develop as you get older, like my lactose intolerance has done, so if you do have difficulty digesting gluten you should visit a nutritional professional for some dietary advice.
For my exact porridge:
1 tsp ground cinnamon
a small banana
handful of blueberries
and 20g ManiLife deep roasted peanut butter.
Heat your milk on a medium heat for 2-3 minutes until barely simmering. Add the oats, whisking with a fork so they don’t all end up in one clump. Once simmering, the oats will foam up, turn the heat to low and whisk some more. Add in your cinnamon if using, and continue to cook to your preferred porridge consistency.
Whilst your porridge cooks, mash a banana, which you’ll add in just before your porridge is perfect. It will thicken and cool it a little so I like to add it just before I think it’s ready. Top with blueberries and peanut butter. YUM!
I know I’m repeating the brand names a bit and this post isn’t sponsored, but I really like these products from these particular brands. I’ve never had deep roasted peanut butter and the taste is so much more impactful and completely different to other peanut butters I still enjoy.
For other breakfast recipes: