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Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)

Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)
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This perfect and quick to prepare Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP) is silky smooth. It is all thanks to using a ready product – Ready Brek cereal. It has a very smooth consistency that is aimed at children, since it is so easy to eat, but it is also great for people who don’t have much time in the morning for preparing their breakfast.

 

Just chuck it in the microwave, add fruit, nut and maple syrup and voila! 

 

Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)
Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)

 

“Silky smooth, fruit & nut porridge”

 

This recipe for a Ready Brek Porridge with Berries and Almonds has been approved by a Low FODMAP dietitian, Evelyn Toner, from London. Find interesting health and nutrition articles on her new blog.

 

 

Ready Brek Porridge with berries and Almonds for breakfast
Ready Brek Porridge with berries and Almonds for breakfast

 

INGREDIENTS FOR A FRUIT AND NUT READY BREK PORRIDGE (Low FODMAP), 1 PORTION:

30 g Ready Brek 

 

100 ml semi skimmed, lactose free milk

 

50 ml water

 

A handful of frozen blueberries and raspberries

 

12 g flaked almonds

 

A tbsp of maple syrup, drizzled over the porridge

 

 

Low FODMAP porridge with berries, garden
Low FODMAP porridge with berries, garden

 

INSTRUCTIONS TO MAKE A FRUIT AND NUT READY BREK PORRIDGE (Low FODMAP):

Place 30g of Ready Brek in a deep bowl, add milk and water, mix well and cook in the microwave, according to the instructions on the box.

 

You can also cook it on the hob if you don’t have a microwave, on a low heat. The recipe can easily be multiplied to cook for more people.

 

At this stage cooked Ready Brek porridge can be sweetened with sugar or Low FODMAP sweetener, but it isn’t necessary since you are adding a maple syrup in the end.

 

Place the porridge in a medium bowl, top it up with frozen raspberries and blueberries, sprinkle with flaked almonds and drizzle with a tablespoon of maple syrup each. I like to use frozen berries, because I always have them ready. If you do that, then let the fruit sit on top of hot porridge for a few minutes so they thaw, while you get on with your morning jobs. If you have fresh berries, you can use them instead.

 

Enjoy!

 

Other ideas for Low FODMAP BREAKFAST can be found in its category:

 

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Low FODMAP Breakfast

 

Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)

Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP)

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This perfect and quick to prepare Fruit and Nut Ready Brek Porridge (Low FODMAP) is silky smooth. It is all thanks to using a ready product - Ready Brek cereal. It has a very smooth consistency that is aimed at children, since it is so easy to eat, but it is also great for people who don't have much time in the morning for preparing their breakfast.
Prep Time 1 min
Cook Time 2 mins
Course Breakfast, low fodmap breakfast
Cuisine British
Servings 1 portion

Equipment

  • microwave
  • or a small pot

Ingredients
  

  • 30 g Ready Brek
  • 100 ml semi skimmed lactose free milk
  • 50 ml water
  • A handful of frozen blueberries and raspberries
  • 12 g flaked almonds
  • A tbsp of maple syrup drizzled over the porridge

Instructions
 

  • Place 30g of Ready Brek in a deep bowl, add milk and water, mix well and cook in the microwave, according to the instructions on the box.
  • You can also cook it on the hob if you don't have a microwave, on a low heat. The recipe can easily be multiplied to cook for more people.
  • At this stage cooked Ready Brek porridge can be sweetened with sugar or Low FODMAP sweetener, but it isn't necessary since you are adding a maple syrup in the end.
  • Place the porridge in a medium bowl, top it up with frozen raspberries and blueberries, sprinkle with flaked almonds and drizzle with a tablespoon of maple syrup each. I like to use frozen berries, because I always have them ready. If you do that, then let the fruit sit on top of hot porridge for a few minutes so they thaw, while you get on with your morning jobs. If you have fresh berries, you can use them instead.
Keyword low fodmap porridge, low fodmap porridge with berries and nuts, low fodmap ready brek porridge, low fodmap smooth porridge, porridge

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