Raw buckwheat porridge to go

 

Porridge must be one of the most known Finnish breakfast. We eat it through our lives and the warm porridge in the cold winter morning is definitely comforting. But sometimes there is not enough time to stay in the kitchen cooking and enjoying the porridge so it is nice to have healthy alternative you can take with you. I have been making this raw buckwheat porridge already some years now as it is so simple to make and super easy to take with you in a nice class jar. There is no ingredients that go easily bad so you can have it with you or you can make a bigger amount ready for the fridge as it stays good 3-4 days. And there is endless amount of variations of this porridge as you can use your favorite fruits if you don`t like pears and always add different toppings. Have you already tried raw porridge?

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Raw buckwheat pear porridge

Serves 2

INGREDIENTS 

2 dl hulled buckwheat groats

1 dl almonds

2 pears cored

1/2 tsp cinnamon

1/2 tsp vanilla

1/2 tsp cardamom

2 tbs water

+ for topping example berries, chia seeds, cacao nibs, kiwi, different seeds, coconut flakes, nut butter


METHOD

PLACE the buckwheat groats and almonds in separate bowls and cover with water

SOAK overnight

RINSE and drain

MIX all ingredients in a blender, add more water if needed.

PLACE porridge in two class jars and add your favorite toppings

TAKE the jar with you and enjoy healthy breakfast / snack where ever you are

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I hope you enjoy this easy recipe. I would love to hear some comments as it would help me to make better recipe posts in the future for you, my lovely readers.

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