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Breakfast With Benefits

Updated: Oct 22, 2017

A great recipe from 100percentnaturalfoods.co.uk

This Turmeric Porridge is the perfect warming way to start your day in winter filled with lots of health benefits. This is also an ideal breakfast for on the go. Pre-prepare the night before in a jar, take to work with you the next morning and just add hot milk, non dairy milk or water.

1 cup buckwheat flakes (or just oats if you prefer) 3 cups hazelnut milk (or any nut milk of your choice) 1 tsp ground turmeric 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon 1/2 tsp ground ginger 1/2 tsp ground cardamom 1 tsp maple syrup

Suggested toppings; 1 banana 1 tsp chia seeds 1 tsp bee pollen small handful of activated nuts (fancy word for nuts soaked overnight which makes them easier to digest)

Add all dry ingredients and 1 cup hazelnut milk to a jar (plastic containers disintegrate into food so use glass). Soak overnight. The next morning add this to a pan with 2 cups hazelnut milk. Simmer on a low heat for 10 mins, stirring regularly. Meanwhile, cut the banana in half lengthways, sprinkle with cinnamon and fry on a low heat for 2 mins. Turn up the heat for the last 30 secs so it goes caramely and slightly crispy. Once the porridge has reached a rich a creamy consistency, add to a bowl, top with banana, chia seeds, bee pollen and maple syrup.

Spice Benefits

Turmeric Dramatically increases the antioxidant capacity of the body & linked to improved brain function

Cinnamon Protects heart health & contains Anti-inflammatory properties

Ginger Can help fight infections, lower bloods sugars and reduce muscle pain or soreness

Cardamon This spice helps the body eliminate waste through the kidneys

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