Quinoa porridge

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Alice Nicholls headshotThis warm and nourishing porridge by Alice Nicholls is the perfect thing to get you going on a cold winter morning


You’ll need:
1 cup almond/coconut milk or any milk  you like
½ cup quinoa (rinsed)
1 tbs organic maple or rice malt syrup (optional, can be
substituted with a couple of dates)
1 grated or finely diced apple
Pinch of cinnamon
2 tsp coconut oil
Dollop of coconut cream or yoghurt (optional)
Sunflower seeds (optional)

What to do:

  1. In small saucepan with the lid on bring the quinoa and milk to the boil
  2. Turn down to a simmer and add the cinnamon, organic maple or rice malt syrup, grated apple and coconut oil
  3. Add berries if you are having them
  4. Simmer for 12-15 mins or until liquid has been absorbed and the quinoa becomes see through
  5. Ready to serve

Add any of the following to your liking:
Roasted coconut, flaked almonds, chia seeds, goji berries, hemp seeds, sunflower seeds, blueberries, or sultanas (in the cooking process).

Recipe & image by Alice Nicholls – The Whole Daily www.thewholedaily.com.au

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