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Recipe: vegan high protein porridge (oats)

Recipe: vegan high protein porridge (oats)
[gifted] Includes a review of a product that was sent to me. All opinions are my own.

I love, love, love, love porridge (oats). Especially high protein porridge after a workout for breakfast on the weekend. Really this recipe is very straight forward, super simple but most importantly vegan and yummmmmy!

It’s so filling, and I ended up only have half of it, so this recipe definitely serves at least 2 if not even 3. 🙂

Ingredients:

  1. 45g rolled oats (I use Quacker’s wholegrain jumbo rolled oats – these come in a cardboard box as well – yay, for reduced waste)
  2. Approx 320ml plant milk (I used a mixture of Alpro’s unsweetened soy and almond) – depends if you like your porridge on the runny side or thicker
  3. Approx 30g vegan protein (I use MyProtein unflavoured vegan blend)
  4. Approx 200g plain soy yogurt ( I used Asda’s free from one)
  5. Vanilla flavor drops (I add these just because my protein powder in unflavoured)
  6. 30g flax (I use Linwood’s flax with bio cultures & vitamin D)
  7. Approx 2 TBS chia seeds (you could also do soaked chia seeds and skip the yogurt)

Toppings:

All of these are optional, and you can switch them out to whatever you like. However, I used:

  1. Blueberries
  2. Raspberries
  3. Dragon Fruit (this was a treat, and I very rarely buy it as it’s so expensive)

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Directions:

  1. Combine all dry ingredients in a suuuper cool Thai coconut shell bowl like this one*
  2. Add milk to the dry ingredients – mix well so that all the protein powder is mixed in (you don’t want chunks of dry protein powder in your porridge)
  3. Mix in yogurt and flavor drops – this makes it creamy and also adds extra protein
  4. Pop in microwave for about 2-3mins (you can also boil it on a hob)
  5. Be careful the bowl now is hoooooot! Mix well the mixture, if neede pop back in the microwave
  6. Add your toppings
  7. Enjoy!

It’s a pretty straight forward recipe, but it’s one of my favorite meals to have on the weekends as it’s sooooooo satiating yet super macro friendly.

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Anyways, can we appreciate the cool bowl? I was kindly sent a set of two, and I must admit it’s become my favorite bowl to eat out of. They’re eco-friendly, seems to be okay to be put in a microwave and hold a huge meal (if like me like to eat out of a bowl). For those zero waste warriors and chaps out there, these are waste free and hand made from reclaimed coconut shells. What I love most that each bowl is 100% unique with its own color, shape, design, pattern, therefore, may have dents and imperfections – such a charming feature! Anyways, these are for grabs on Amazon, and if you use the code TKCD9I98, you can get 10% off of these babies (expires March 31st).

With that, I’m off to have some yummy porridge and share some kindness. Yall should do the same if ya ask me!

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