11 Recipes For World Porridge Day: Eat Like A King

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day. “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.”  Happy Thursday friends. As today is World porridge day #WorldPorridgeDay I thought I would share some yummy porridge recipes here with you today! Are you a porridge fan? Do you like porridge for breakfast? So filling.

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day: Eat Like A King

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day: Eat Like A King:

So, I am trying to get all focused on getting fit again and my downfall is having sweet things for breakfast. Once I get back into a regular exercise routine, I usually eat more healthier too.

Porridge with syrup, porridge with fruit and nut, porridge with jam, porridge with chocolate spread you name it I eat it!

I often make up healthier versions of porridge up when I am back on my fitness mission but also love the unhealthy versions too!

When I have sugar for breakfast I find I have a sugar craving all day long. Then when I have more sugar I eat more and more sugar!!

To avoid eating sugar, I like to fill up on porridge, fruit and nuts so not getting a sugar boost first thing. This way I am also fuller for longer and I am not snacking on other bits and bobs.

One of my favourite healthier porridge breakfasts is this one with an apple in it. A lot healthier than adding sugar on top!! So happy national World Porridge Day, everyone.

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day: Eat Like A King

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day:

Firstly, Apple And Maple Syrup porridge with Pistachio Nuts. This is simply your usual porridge made up with milk topped with a grated apple, bit of lemon juice on the grated apple to keep it fresh, maple syrup and pistachio nuts. Yummy!!

Secondly, Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge. Roasted Plum and Fennel Porridge anyone? Porridge is a perfect breakfast to start the day for those chilly mornings in Autumn/Winter. How about trying this yummy Roasted Plum And Fennel Porridge? Sprinkle over the pistachios and serve. What is not to love?

Thirdly, Fresh and Fruity Tropical Porridge:

What a great start to the day with this porridge? This porridge is both fresh and revitalising. It’s crammed to the brim with fibre-rich fruit, protein-packed seeds, and healthy fats from the coconut milk and flakes (which also keep it dairy free). How To Make Nutritious, Fresh and Fruity Tropical Porridge. Add some fresh mint and you’ll feel momentarily transported to a beach resort in the Bahamas.

Fourthly, Apple Pie Porridge. Fancy making this Apple Pie Porridge? Tasty. Fancy trying this one by Edd Kimber? Edd Kimber has teamed up with Quaker Oats to celebrate the start of #PorridgeSeason – when Brits are expected to eat over 847 million bowls of porridge – by creating this delicious Apple Pie Porridge recipe.Apple Pie Porridge. I love apple porridge, so yummy.

World Porridge Day, on 10 October, is an international event related to porridge.

Fifth, Podium Power Porridge:

If there were such a thing as the ‘fruit Olympics’ then blueberries would definitely be in podium contention for their powerful antioxidants, fibre and vitamin C. One for the runners out there Podium Power Porridge. Matt Lovell, elite performance nutritionist to Olympic athletes, premiership footballers and international rugby players, has teamed up with Seasonal Berries to create a series of Berry Power recipes and nutritional tips to support their partnership with the BUPA Great Run races.

Sixth, Pumpkin Porridge. Fancy something a little different? How about some Pumpkin Porridge? What do you think of this Pumpkin Porridge recipe? Have you ever tried a savoury porridge before?

Seventh, Maple Pear Porridge:How about trying out this tasty Maple Pear Porridge recipe? Start The Day On The Right Foot. Do you love to start the day with a nice and healthy breakfast? Porridge is a perfect start to the day and today I have a tasty Maple Pear Porridge recipe to share with you.

Eighth, Apple & Raisin Oatbran Porridge. What is for breakfast? Porridge with a twist anyone? Fancy making some Apple And Raisin Oatbran Porridge? Apple, raisin and oat bran anyone? Apple Raisin Oatbran Porridge.

Ninth, Blueberry And Almond Porridge Bake:

By baking the berries and nuts into the porridge you’ll get juicy flavour bursts and moreish crunch in each and every spoonful. Simply delicious! What about this one: How To Make Blueberry & Almond Porridge Bake.

Tenth, Cinnamon Spiced Morning Porridge Bowl. Do you love porridge for breakfast? Fancy jazzing it up a little for porridge season? I love anything sweet with cinnamon in it. Cinnamon Spiced Morning Porridge Bowl.

Last But Not Least, Blackberry and Chocolate Porridge. Lastly, fancy some blackberries in your porridge? Blackberry and Chocolate Porridge. Chocolate porridge, how yummy!!

So what do you think about these recipe ideas? Fancy trying any? Are you having porridge today? What are your favourite toppings?

11 Recipes For World Porridge Day:

Updated Post. First published here 10th October 2017. Do not forget to check out the hashtags on Twitter for more ideas #Worldporridgeday

What is Porridge? Porridge is usually made with oats, buckwheat, quinoa, brown rice, spelt, among other grains. Cooked for a few minutes with milk or water. Once cooked you can then top it with your favourite topping.  

So When Is World Porridge Day? World Porridge Day is on the 10th October. It is an international event related to porridge. Yum!!  

How Do You Cook Porridge? Porridge is a traditional breakfast meal created simply by boiling oats in milk or water. Firstly, cook your porridge using milk or water of your choice. Why not add some of your favourite milk like, cows, oat, soya, almond, or coconut milk to the mixture to make it even more tasty.

What To Put On Top Of Porridge?

After that, you can then top it with your favourite topping. Why not try different spices, fruits, and sweeteners, such as honey, can be added to taste. Summer fruit and berries are great for adding colour and nuts or seeds are also great for a bit of crunch. you can then top it with your favourite topping. To give it lots of sweet flavour or something more simple add treacle or sugar.

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9 Comments

  1. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    10 October 2017 / 12:18 PM

    These are making me hungry, good thing I'm heading out to breakfast soon!

  2. Debbie Roberts - Debs Random Writings
    15 October 2017 / 3:43 PM

    Hi Claire, sugar is my guilty pleasure, it's something I wouldn't dream of giving up, but I do try and control the amount I have. Adding fruits of the forest, honey and cinnamon to my porridge (or yogurt) gives me the sugar kick I need sometimes. You would love it over here, cinnamon is added to everything (not quite, but it's used a lot) and I think the type we use here is much stronger than I remember the cinnamon in the UK being…. I don't think I'd like savoury porridge. Mushrooms on porridge did not look good! … Last week, I made porridge for the first time this winter and I cocked it up big time. It was far too thick and salty, not nice at all. xx

  3. 10 October 2019 / 5:55 PM

    These sound really good!

    • 28 October 2019 / 9:35 AM

      Thanks Heather. Love my morning porridge 🙂

  4. 11 October 2019 / 7:35 AM

    Making me hungry and I’m off to the gym! Can’t eat before working out, but will smash something like this when I get home. x Jacqui

    • 28 October 2019 / 9:35 AM

      This is great for after the gym Jacqui 🙂

  5. 12 October 2019 / 10:07 PM

    What a fun post! We don’t use the word porridge much here in the states, so it holds a bit of mystery! I see most (not all) are from oats, which we just call oatmeal. How boring is that!! ? I really only know the word from peas porridge hot, the rhyme!

    What a lovely array you’ve assembled!

    Moillie

    • 28 October 2019 / 9:36 AM

      Thanks for stopping by, yes porridge is the same as oatmeal I think 🙂

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