Super Quick & Easy Raw Porridge Bowl

[Super Quick & Easy Raw Porridge is vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, egg free, soy-free, nut-free, yeast-free, and low glycemic. Suitable for Stage 2 and beyond on an anti-candida diet.]

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The love affair with raw foods continues! This recipe for Super Easy Raw Porridge will likely be the last recipe in this impromptu “raw series” for a while–though I think I might just have saved the best for last.

Ever since my Google Hangout with Gena a couple of weeks ago, my affinity for raw foods seems to have been re-ignited. I’ve been enjoying lots of new raw recipes, as well as a few of my old favorites–quite a lot over the past few weeks. This porridge is one I hadn’t quite perfected when I posted my Top Eight Best No-Cook Breakfasts last time, but it’s finally ready for its close up!

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And you really can’t beat this bowl for an über-quick yet healthy weekday morning breakfast (I love meals that are ready in less than 5 minutes, don’t you?). Maybe that’s also why I’m so enamored of breakfast: it tends to be the meal quickest and easiest to prepare from scratch (think smoothies or stove-top dishes like pancakes or the Toronto Sandwich). Plus, breakfast is an ideal time to consume leftovers, after a break of at least 12 hours since the previous time you ate that dish.

Now that I’ve savored this breakfast four times in the last two weeks, I can say unequivocally that it’s a keeper. No more excuses–you can have a delicious, satisfying breakfast in just a few minutes. Then, get yourself outside to enjoy the last remnants of summer.

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  1. Looks lovely Ricki!

  2. Nancy Nurse says

    Is there no oats? It said porridge so guess I thought they’d be some oatmeal… looks great however…

  3. I’ll make a few subs, but otherwise, I’m in! I’ve been making a raw cereal like this for a while and really love it as a healthy and tasty way to start my day. 🙂

    Happy Friday, Ricki! xo,

  4. This looks like a winner. Apples and pears are already beginning to reappear so I’ll be giving it a go before too long I hope.
    I might have to double the recipe though as I’m not sure this amount would keep hunger at bay that long. Is it filling?

    • Pears are in full swing here now, Emma! I had a HUGE bag of organic pears and I’ve been using them in everything. And yes, I find this quite filling–the protein powder and all the seeds really give it substance. Let me know how it works for you!

  5. I had a good look for the oats in the ingredients – it really looks like more texture than I would expect from the seeds – sounds interesting – it is only a year or two since I started to eat regular oat porridge so give me time and I might start on some raw porridges like this – I do love the seed combo

    • Nope, no oats, Johanna! This bowl is also grain-free. 🙂 There are lots of seeds, plus protein powder and mashed pear–it really does create a bit of texture. And wow, can’t believe you had never had oat porridge before last year!! It’s such a staple here, from childhood.

  6. If I eat this without the protein powder, will I shortchange myself on nutrition?
    I am trying to stay away from processed foods.

    • Hi Diane,
      Well, it will certainly contain less protein if you omit the protein powder–somewhere between 12 and 18 grams, depending on the powder you use. You could add more seeds or nuts to bump up the protein, if you like. Or, have another source of protein alongside the bowl. 🙂

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