Use leftover breakfast cereal in muffins. Delicious when mixed with stewed apple and rhubarb.
Want the taste and goodness of oats, but no time to make porridge? Put them in a bowl with some milk and raisins and eat them as a cold cereal. Also good for those warmer mornings when porridge would be too heavy.
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Porridge is cheap but can get a little dull. To make it more interesting, soak the oats overnight in a pot with the recommended amount of water, some sultanas and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon. The cinnamon and sultana flavours infuse through the porridge by morning.
I detest porridge with sweetening so make it with a little salt and heaps of pepper and eat it without milk. Saves on sugar and on milk and is more a savoury breakfast than a sweet one.
Add a teaspoon of peanut butter to your oats, gives it a nutty creamy flavour.
I soak a few dates overnight mix with some rolled oats and cinnamon and cook really tasty and good for you plus no sugar.
To make breakfast porridge more appetising whiz a can of fruit to juice and pour on muesli really tasty and makes a can of fruit go along way. I am going to try it in my porridge tomorrow.
Purchase Oat Groats (oats not processed) put them in a coffee grinder and grind into a powder. Add water and soak overnight. The next day put this in a pan with a touch of olive oil and salt. In a few minutes, you will have oatmeal. The oat groats cost about 88 cents American per […]
Breakfast dish. Cook 1 cup of rice. Don’t let it get too dry. Chop half a cup of bacon pieces, half a small onion together and fry together in cast iron pan if available. There is enough oil in the bacon to do this. Microwave 2 eggs beaten with milk until nearly cooked – about […]