• Nina Haas

THE BEST CAULIFLOWER PORRIDGE

I would be lying when I say that I couldn't eat this awesome "breakfast" bowl three times a day. To me, this is an absolutely satisfying breakfast, lunch or dinner - The best porridge I have ever eaten!

This incredibly good porridge has two special ingredients that push the taste and texture of this oatmeal up to a next level. Instead of mashed banana, applesauce is used, which makes an incredibly delicious taste. To add some fiber to this meal cauliflower is the perfect addition!


Food which are high in fiber will keep you full longer plus if you like to eat large portions but hate feeling overeaten afterwards - this is the best way to add volume to your meals without feeling tired and super full after you ate it. And third, you won't taste the cauliflower at all!


Filling, satisfying, energizing and INCREDIBLY DELICIOUS!

Serves: 1

Time: 15 minutes


This is so easy to make and ready in less than 15 minutes. Feel free to add any toppings you like and prefer. Maybe a piece of chocolate or a big spoon of peanut butter. Or keeping it simple with some fresh fruits!

What toppings did I use?

My favorite porridge topping is the combination of cooked cinnamon apple, almond butter and apricot jam. You definitely should give this a try, it blows my mind every time I eat it and I'm never gonna get enough of it.


Ingredients:

  • 150 g cauliflower

  • 200 g applesauce (I used apple,- and bananasauce)

  • 30 g oats + 10 g oat flour (OR 40 g OATS)

  • 100 ml plant based milk

  • cinnamon and vanilla to taste

  • toppings of choice

Instructions:

  1. Chop cauliflower and cook in boiling water until very soft, for about 5-10 minutes, depending on how big your cauliflower pieces are. Drain and mash with a fork.

  2. In a small pot, heat all ingredients including mashed cauliflower. Let simmer on low heat until thickens, for about 5-7 minutes.


Toppings:

  • 1 small apple, chopped and cooked in 50 ml of water and cinnamon until soft

  • apricot jam

  • almond butter

  • frozen raspberries

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