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Paleo Porridge



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Paleo Porridge

  • 25 g chia seeds
  • 90 g Mixed Nuts/Seeds, (Sunflower, pepita, cashews, almonds)
  • 15 g coconut flakes, can use dessicated coconut for a less chunky version
  • 300 g coconut cream/milk
  • 1 teaspoon Vanilla powder
  • 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 tablespoon honey, or to taste
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 egg, (optional)

Recipe's preparation

    Paleo Porridge
  1. 1. Add Chia seeds to bowl and grind 10 sec, sp 9. 

    2. Add mixed nuts/seeds. Chop 5 sec, sp 5. (you can add the coconut flakes at this step if you dont like it chunky)

    3. Add remianing ingredients. Cook 4 min, 80 deg, sp 2.

    4. Add more/ less water depending on whether you like a thick or runny porridge. 

    5. If you prefer a smoother porridge blend 10 sec, sp 5 at the end. 

    6. Serve with fresh or frozen fruit and extra honey and coconut cream if desired. 


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I always activate my nuts/seeds first to make them easier to digest. Just soak the night before if you dont have any on hand. 

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  • GREAT RECIPE! I was struggling to find something...

    Submitted by Jadeikins on 26. January 2017 - 10:37.

    GREAT RECIPE! I was struggling to find something for brekky this morning. Found this recipe and had all the ingredients on hand so thought I'd give it a spin. I'm really impressed with all the nutritious ingredients used in this recipe - I left none of it out. I've tried quite a few different Paleo porridge recipes and had almost given up... This one's a real winner! I love the thickness that it retains and I love the chunkiness! The weather is quite hot at the moment so I cooled it down by adding some frozen berries and chilled coconut milk to serve. I'm sure I'll enjoy it hot in winter. Thanks for an awesome recipe!

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