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A few additions to porridge will keep you full for hours. Eat cold or warm gently in the microwave.

4 people made this

IngredientsServes: 4

  • 80g quick cook oats
  • 235ml milk
  • 100g Greek yoghurt
  • 1 banana, mashed
  • 3 tablespoons milled flaxseed
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter

MethodPrep:10min ›Extra time:15min setting › Ready in:25min

  1. Whisk oats, milk, yoghurt, banana, flaxseed and peanut butter together in a bowl. Refrigerate until set, at least 15 minutes.

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Reviews in English (4)

by Bethany

Very good! Easy and fast to make it will feed about 3 people unless you cut back some on the ingredients going by the recepe I have more than I can eat. Will definitely make again and just cut it all back some.-04 May 2017

by Tammy Lynn

This was very good. I'd never tried uncooked, cold oats before, and it was OK. I ended up heating it up, but I could eat it cold if I had to. I used vanilla yogurt and sprinkled on some cinnamon sugar and walnuts. I'll make this again. (We got 3 servings from this amount.)-07 Jan 2017

Pregnancy Power Porridge

A legitimate porridge mania has taken over Melbourne this winter. At first, I thought it was just me who was addicted and that it was my pregnancy making me crave it for breakfast, lunch and dinner, but after lengthy conversations with both friends and strangers about favourite porridge toppings and our deep love and appreciation for the humble oat, I learnt that I am not alone in my addiction. It's a thing. And what a wonderful thing it is.

I have a few different variations on rotation, but this version has been my most faithful through my second pregnancy, both because I crave it and because this combination of ingredients packs a powerful nutritional punch. Oats are high in iron, and one of the biggest nutritional struggles for pregnant people is getting enough iron, so starting the day with oats is never a bad idea.

According to the cronometer, which is my go-to site when I want to find out the nutritional profile of a particular food or recipe, this particular combination of oats, seeds and berries contains 20% of my daily required iron. That's the same amount of iron I would get from a serving of steak, but with this brekky I'm getting a whole lot of fibre and omega fatty acids as well. Here's a little bit of (pregnancy specific) info about each individual component so you can see why this recipe deserves its title of Pregnancy Power Porridge.

Oats - as already mentioned, they are high in iron and pregnant people need a lot of extra iron because of all the extra blood they are carrying. Oats are also high in fibre, which is helpful (but not guaranteed) for avoiding hemmorhoids.
Chia Seeds and Hemp Seeds - both contain omega 3 fatty acids, which are important for the development of baby's brain, eyesight and central nervous system, as well as maintaining the overall wellbeing of the gestational parent.
Vanilla, Cinnamon and Nutmeg - ok so the vanilla is just in there because it's delicious, but cinnamon is good for digestion which can get mighty sluggish once all those organs start getting squished to make room for baby. Nutmeg is good for gum health, which is super important during pregnancy as gums become more sensitive to plaque, which can in turn cause swelling, bleeding and gingivitis.
Soy Milk - high in protein, low in cholesterol and saturated fat, and lends a delicious creaminess to the oats. You can substitute for any other plant milk, however it's important to note here that calcium inhibits the absorption of iron, so in cases where you are eating this with hopes of giving your daily iron intake a boost, it's important to use a milk that hasn't been fortified with calcium.
Berries - when iron is coming from plants (as opposed to animals) it's important to consume it with vitamin c to ensure adequate absorption. Berries are high in vitamin c, as well as folate, fibre and antioxidants, which every tired, baby-growing person can benefit from. I was using organic frozen berries throughout the winter (they just taste so much better than non-organic), but strawberries have just started to float into the supermarkets and my new favourite combo is strawberries and blueberries. Just go with your faves and give them a wash first if they aren't organic.
Maple Syrup - If adding a sweetener, maple syrup is my preferred option, both nutritionally (hello Zinc) and flavour-wise. It needs to be the real deal here, not the 'maple flavoured' kind which has zero nutritional value whatsoever, but do keep in mind that it is still a sugar so dousing your porridge in it is not exactly 'healthy'. If I am topping my oats with banana instead of berries, I sometimes like to use coconut sugar (although banana-maple is a dream combo if ever there was one). Other times, I will chop up a few dates and add these in when I am cooking the porridge. They break down and sweeten the porridge which means you don't need to add any sweetener to serve. Unless you want to of course!

Something else worth noting is that caffeine inhibits the absorption of iron, so eating this or taking supplements at the same time as your morning brew is not a good idea. I have my tea really early in the morning and then a couple of hours later I make this and drink it with a cup of nettle tea which is another excellent source of iron.

Without further ado, here is my recipe for my most craved breakfast of all time. It goes without saying that this is just as good for you if you are not pregnant.


1/2 cup oats
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 tablespoon hemp seeds
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon vanilla powder
Pinch of nutmeg
1 cup water
1/2 cup soy milk
Berries, soy milk and maple syrup to serve


Place oats, seeds, spices and water in a small saucepan over a high heat. Stir to combine, then once boiling, lower to a simmer and give it the occasional stir. Once the porridge starts to thicken, add the soy milk and continue to cook, stirring every now and again, until it's thick and creamy. If you forget about it for a moment while you are taking care of other morning duties and it sticks to the bottom of the pot a little, worry not. Simply remove it from the heat and let it sit for a couple of minutes, the bits stuck to the bottom of the pot will easily come away.

Transfer to a bowl and top with berries, additional soy milk and maple syrup to taste. Easy peasy! Enjoy.

An important note:

While I have a keen interest in the subject of food and how it relates to our wellbeing, I am not a nutritionist, nor do I have any qualifications in nutrition. Every nutritional claim I share here it simply regurgitated information, and while I collect and share such information with care, it should not be taken as gospel.

Power Porridge

A high energy porridge that gives you all the nutrients you need to get right through to lunch!

Storage: once prepared, store in an airtight container, in the fridge, for 1 day


  • 50g rolled oats
  • 25g quinoa flakes
  • 10g chia seeds
  • 15g mixed seeds
  • 400ml milk e.g.:
    • Whole/semi skimmed/lactose free milk
    • Coconut milk e.g. Koko or Alpro
    • Almond milk – choose the unsweetened versions

    Place the oats, quinoa, chia seeds and mixed seeds in a blender and blitz to create a fine powder – this will take about 30 – 60 seconds.

    Tip the powder into a saucepan and add the water and milk – if only one portion is required, reserve half of the powder and half the quantity of water and milk added. Cook over a medium to low heat for 3 – 4 minutes until the mixture has thickened.

    *Serve straight away sweetened with a little honey or agave if desired. Top with sliced banana and seeds, spiced apple (see recipe) or mixed berry compote (see recipe). These additions are not included in the nutritional information.

    Nutritional Information:

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    360ml plant-based milk (preferably oat) or water if you want to do it the Scottish way
    For chocolate porridge:
    1 tbsp cocoa or 1 square of vegan dark chocolate
    1 tbsp maple or date syrup (optional)
    For porridge with toasted almonds or large seeds:
    1 tbsp almonds, walnuts, coconut flakes or pumpkin seeds
    A drizzle of maple or date syrup.
    For porridge with grains:
    1 tsp each of as many different seeds as you like – quinoa (well rinsed), flax seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, poppy seeds
    For porridge with frozen fruits:
    Around 2 tbsp frozen fruit
    A sprinkle of cinnamon
    For porridge with autumn fruits:
    A chunk of pumpkin, an apple or pear
    A pinch of cinnamon and ground ginger
    1 tbsp dried fruit (dates, raisins, prunes)
    1 tbsp powdered lucuma (optional)
    For overnight oats:
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    Put the oats and the milk or water into a saucepan and set over a low to medium heat. Let the liquid gradually come up to just under the boil, stirring regularly, then continue to cook, stirring constantly until the oats have swelled and thickened the liquid – the consistency should be thick but pourable.

    Chocolate porridge:

    Add either 1 tbsp cocoa to the saucepan with the oats and cook as above, or serve the porridge with 1 square of vegan dark chocolate to be stirred in. Add 1 tbsp maple or date syrup, if you like.

    Toasted almonds or large seeds:

    Toast 1 tbsp almonds, walnuts, coconut flakes or pumpkin seeds in a dry frying pan, stirring until they smell very nutty and have lightly browned. Scatter over or mix into the finished porridge. Serve with a drizzle of maple or date syrup. ]

    Add 1 tsp each of as many different seeds as you like – quinoa (well rinsed), flax seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, poppy seeds – to the saucepan with the oats. Toast for several minutes until they give off a nutty aroma then add the milk. Continue as above.

    Frozen fruit:

    Frozen berries, either singly or in mixes (e.g. fruits of the forest), can be defrosted and stirred into porridge. Add around 2 tbsp defrosted fruit per serving. Add a little cinnamon for extra sweetness. Or simply add a couple of tablespoons of fruit compote.

    Autumn fruits:

    Grate a chunk of pumpkin, an apple or pear and add to the porridge at the beginning of the cooking time with a pinch of cinnamon and ground ginger. Scatter over 1 tbsp of dried fruit (dates, raisins, prunes) to serve. Some powdered lucuma is really good with this too – add around 1 tbsp per serving.

    Overnight oats:

    Soaking your oats overnight in your chosen plant milk helps the starches to break down and may help you use their nutrients more effectively as well as giving a creamier taste. Soaking chia seeds overnight in the oats will also thicken the oats and add some omega-3s to your morning meal! Best of all, this will last several days in the fridge so you can tuck in whenever you want. Adding in a favourite teabag to soak, such as a chai blend, will add even more flavour. Try your favourite and see

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    Mix together the fresh and fruity apples with juicy raisins and spicy cinnamon for a warming breakfast like no other. This is an age-old combination that’s delicious every single day of the year.

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    Prep Time: 5 mins

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    4) Shake well and seal tightly then refrigerate the jar over night.

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    Fat: 27g

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