Fig & orange oatmeal porridge recipe

October 5, 2015
by Trisha Eat

    oatmeal porridge recipe

    At the weekend, when there is way more time to prepare a special breakfast, I love to go to the market and buy a selections of delicious fruits and ingredients. It’s only when I get home that I start to wonder how on earth they will all fit together to make something delicious. Oatmeal is a great way to bring a breakfast together.

    How to make oatmeal

    It’s the simplest thing in the world!

    1. Get some oats
    2. put them in a food processor
    3. press start
    4. Voila oatmeal!

    oatmeal porridge recipe

    This oatmeal porridge recipe has matcha yoghurt, almond milk, plain yoghurt, figs, physalis, satsumas, homemade walnut butter, coconut and honey. It’s pretty rich and very delicious. Full of lots of vitamins and different nutrients as well as being supremely filling

    How to make Walnut Butter

    So, despite what you might think, making nut butters is very easy. The natural oils in the nuts are all you need! Just grab your walnuts, but them in a food processor (or you can use a hand blender if you dont have a food processor). Then blend away until you get a sticky, pasty, buttery consistency.

    oatmeal porridge recipe

    oatmeal porridge recipe

    Fig, walnut & matcha oatmeal porridge recipe

    Ingredients

      • 2 cups oatmeal
      • 1 1/2 cups almond milk
      • 1 1/2 cups plain yoghurt
      • 1 tbsp honey
      • 1 tbsp dried coconut
      • 1 fig, sliced
      • 1 satsuma, peeled and sliced
      • 2 tbsp walnut butter
      • 1 tbsp matcha yoghurt

      matcha yoghurt

      • 1/2 cup plain yoghurt
      • 1 tsp matcha tea powder

    Instructions:

    1. For the oatmeal:

      1. Put the oatmeal, almond milk & plain yoghurt in a pot and cook at medium heat for about 6 minutes until it thickens
      2. Top with walnut butter & matcha yoghurt, figs, satsumas, honey & physalis
      3. sprinkle on some coconut

      For the matcha yoghurt

      1. mix the matcha powder and yoghurt together until fully mixed.
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