This banana bread porridge is the ultimate meal for a perfect start to the day. You are optimally supplied with healthy nutrients and can start the day fit and full of energy.
Personally, I am rather the sweet breakfaster and therefore love porridge. In all variations – it just never gets boring! In addition, you do not need much time, especially if you have a Thermomix, then you can even do something else while your porridge is simmering.
But even without Thermomix, this recipe is very easy to make and just as delicious. How you get this porridge creamy and super tasty, I tell you in this post.
These Are the Ingredients You Need for the Banana Bread Porridge
Banana bread porridge consists of very simple and few ingredients that are not difficult to get. Simple recipes are the best recipes in my opinion. I just love it! All you need for the porridge is
What Ingredients Can I Substitute When Making the Banana Bread Porridge?
However, if you don’t have one of the ingredients on hand, you can substitute ingredients as follows:
Coconut chips: The coconut chips serve only as a topping. Here you can of course also vary according to your wishes.
Cinnamon: Some love the taste, others do not like cinnamon so much. However, it is important here that you better use Ceylon cinnamon instead of cassia cinnamon.
Cassia cinnamon, unlike Ceylon cinnamon, has a lower quality and can be harmful to health (in larger quantities).
Sweetener: I must confess that I quite like to use honey here. However, the recipe is then of course no longer vegan!
You can also simply use agave syrup or rice syrup. Keep your quantity as low as possible, because no matter what sweetener you use, it’s still sugar in the end.
Plant-based milk: There are no restrictions when it comes to choosing plant-based milk – so use whatever milk tastes best to you here.
My personal favorite is and still remains the oat milk. It has the best taste for me and can make your porridge nice and creamy.
I would find almond milk less suitable here. It often has significantly fewer calories and you can taste that in my opinion.
Oats: If you want to increase the protein content in your porridge, you can also mix the oatmeal with some protein powder.
For example, you could use 1 oz. (30 grams) of rolled oats and add 0.7 oz. (20 grams) of protein powder.
Just make sure you like your protein powder, too. There’s nothing worse than a questionable-tasting protein powder that ruins your porridge.
How To Prepare the Banana Bread Porridge
Put oats, vanilla extract, a pinch of cinnamon and salt, and the plant-based milk in a saucepan. Slice half of the banana and add it as well.
Bring to a simmer over medium heat. Stir occasionally. When the oats have combined with the milk and become a creamy mass, you can remove it from the heat.
Transfer the porridge to a bowl and top with the other half of the banana, the coconut chips, and a little sweetness. Enjoy your meal!
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Quick Banana Bread Porridge
- 1.8 oz. oats 50 g
- 6.8 fl. oz. plant-based milk 200 ml
- 1 banana
- vanilla extract
- coconut chips
- sweetener of your choice
- Put oats, vanilla extract, a pinch of cinnamon and salt and the plant-based milk in a saucepan. Slice half of the banana and add it as well.
- Bring to a simmer over medium heat. Stir occasionally. When the oats have combined with the milk and become a creamy mass, you can remove it from the heat.
- Transfer the porridge to a bowl and top with the other half of the banana, coconut chips and a little sweetness.
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