Bodybuilder porridge with egg and oats

Bodybuilder porridge or protein porridgeA really filling porridge for a power breakfast inspired by bodybuilders. Some of them cook porridge on the egg white, but then you miss out on all the nutrition in the yolk. Use all of it instead!
Vary the taste by using banana and cinnamon instead of the nectarine. Or add some goji berries.
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Chia porridge with coconut and raspberries

Chia porridgeChia seeds contain both protein and omega-3 and are often called a “superfood”. When soaked they turn into a jelly which means you can cook food according to the raw food principle. Without heating up the food. It is eaten cold and good as a summer porridge. They don’t taste much so adding something flavourful is good. The porridge can also be made with for example almond milk instead of water. If you are a vegan, swap the honey for agave syrup.

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Chia pudding – raw food porridge from seeds

Chia pudding or chia porridgeChia seeds are considered to be very healthy seeds, tehy contain protein, omega 3 and iron. If you have read the bare feet runners’ book “Born to run” then you’ll know it’s these seeds they eat between runs and that are the Tarahumara people’s superfood.
A little intro what is special with this dish.
The soy milk can be replaced by almond milk or any other milk.
Cooking time: 1 hour. 5 minutes preparation and 55 minutes gelling.
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Quinoa porridge with apple and ginger

quinoagrot-ingefara-sThis porridge is made of quinoa flakes, not the seeds. The porridge has a bitter taste and needs quite a lot of added flavour like ginger, cinnamon, cardamom or honey.
Quinoa is free from gluten, so all gluten intolerant people; just go ahead and enjoy some porridge.
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Kruska bran porridge with apple sauce – a Swedish tradition

Kruska bran porridge with kruska germ or wheat germThis porridge really “scratches” your insides. It will keep a slow belly regular or keep a fine belly well.
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Molino porridge – graham porridge flavoured with prunes and raisins

Molino graham porridgeMolino porridge is a classic porridge recipe to get slow stomachs in action – the flaxseeds and prunes contribute to this effect. Raisins and prunes give the porridge a sweet flavour, so it’s enough to add some fresh berries and milk. No extra sugar or jam is needed.
The porridge is best eaten fresh, but if you want to make a double load it will keep in the fridge for a day.
Cooking time: Soaking the night before, then 10 minutes.
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Great tasting healthy toppings for your porridge

Porridge toppingsPorridge is both yummy and healthy. With the right sort of topping it will be even tastier and more healthy. The porridge on the picture is topped with cottage cheese (for added protein) and a really ripe and sweet banana.
Firstly, mix in a spoon or two of our Perfect antioxidant keep your tummy fine mix to ensure you get enough fibers and antioxidants.
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Keep-you-regular with oat porridge

Oat porridgeIf you love porridge this one can be eaten every day. It’s quick to make and keeps your belly in shape with extra fibre. You can get countless variations in flavour by using different jams, fruit puree or berries as a topping.
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Buckwheat porridge with figs – a gluten free porridge

Believe it or not, but buckwheat is actually related to rhubarbs! Gluten intolerant people use it as a good gluten free alternative and raw food eaters like it because it contains all eight important amino acids.
The porridge is quite low in protein, so make sure you add something rich in protein on the side, for example an egg.
Cooking time: 15 minutes, quicker if you soak the grains the night before.
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