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    Default Spice up my porridge.....

    What do you put in your porridge??

    I'm stuck for ideas I normally do banana honey & cinnamon need some new ideas

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    Grated apple and cinnamon!

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    blueberries or any berries

    honey and banana

    apple puree is nice

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    My kids are really enjoying blueberries in their porridge atm.
    Other ideas are stirring though some stewed apple and cinnamon (make a big patch and freeze into single portions big enough for a serve of porridge), apricot, add some vanilla, maple syrup. That's all i can think of..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjalee View Post
    Grated apple and cinnamon!
    Yum I used to grate apple into my yoghurt, don't know I why I didn't think to do that with porridge

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    Perhaps not the healthiest option, but maple syrup is divine!

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    i soak it overnight with apple juice and sultanas, and add cinnamon to taste, yummy!

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    Great ideas here
    Banana, honey and walnut
    Stewed apple and rhubarb
    Any stewed fruit with a dollop of yoghurt

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    it's not healthy ... but maple syrup and (salted) butter is my idea of porridge heaven. I do like grated apple, sultana and walnut too

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    I too like grated apple with cinnamon. Sultanas with nutmeg is good too

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