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Banana, Date & Quinoa Porridge PALEO


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Ingredients

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Banana, date & Quinoa porridge

  • 1 cup quinoa flakes, (Or Whole)
  • 1/4 cup chia seeds
  • 3 Pitted medjool dates
  • 1 banana
  • 1.5 cups Almond Milk, (or more for thinner consistancy)
  • 1 tablespoon 100% Nut Butter of choice, (Almond, Cashew, Peanut)
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Recipe's preparation

    Banana, Date & Quinoa Porridge PALEO
  1. 1. Mill Quinoa Flakes and Chia Seeds on Turbo for 4 seconds (more if using whole Quinoa seeds), remove from bowl and set aside. 2. Add Banana, Dates and 1 cup Almond Milk to the bowl. Speed 7 for 1 minute. 3. Add 100g of Chia and Quinoa mix to bowl and additional half cup of Almond Milk. Insert MC. 4. Cook for 6 mins on 90 degrees on Speed 2 5. After 6 minutes, check on the consistency. Add more milk if required, scrape down sides and turn back on for another 5 minutes. (90 degrees, speed 2) 6.Once complete, remove MC and add in Large tbsp Nut Butter of choice. Insert MC and set timer to 1 min, 65 degrees, speed.

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  • I found that by grinding the

    Submitted by Tasty on 27. May 2016 - 16:37.

    I found that by grinding the quinoa flakes in the beginning, it results in more of a baby food puree consistency in the end which doesn't really appeal to me however the flavours are nice. Might make it without grinding next time. I would also cook it for longer as it was just warm. 

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  • Thanks

    Submitted by AliWilt on 15. October 2015 - 16:04.

    Thanks

    Ali

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  • Hi Ali,  Sorry the reverse

    Submitted by Little_Lady_Lalo on 15. October 2015 - 12:21.

    Hi Ali, 

    Sorry the reverse speed being there was a mistake, I have amended this now. Yes, you can store the leftover milled seeds in the fridge and use for another time , or you can use the leftover in baking or just as a sprinkle over fruit or different foods for extra protein

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  • I have left over milled

    Submitted by AliWilt on 15. October 2015 - 08:06.

    I have left over milled quinoa and chia. Is it meant to be saved for another time or is there a step missing? Also, is the reason the reverse button is chosen at speed 7 to break up the dates and banana but not purée it? Thanks.

    Ali

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