Recipe: Sugar Free Buckwheat Porridge

Look ok, I admit it. This is a post that’s all about two amazing recipes really and not one.. can you forgive me..?

I am never the kind of girl who likes making just one thing at a time!

I am on a breakfast roll at the moment – making sure that I start the day the right way by giving myself some activated living nourishment and today is no exception! Having perfected the Chia & Oat Pudding and played with a number of versions I was looking for a new recipe to continue with the excitement in the morning.

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I thoroughly love my Chia & Oat Pudding (pictured above) that I often have for breakfast especially at Raw Juice Camp, but wanted to ‘blend it all up’ so it made a chia & oat smoothie. I did. It was delicious. I recommend it! I didn’t get the chance to take a pic as it went down so quickly!

Chia & Oat Pudding by Stephanie Jeffs

I am always soaking some seeds or nuts in the kitchen and I absolutely adore buckwheat – for it’s nutritional goodness but also for the taste. It’s just so satiating and delicious! I made a batch of almond milk with the last of the nuts I picked up at my Summer Retreat in Portugal last summer (so they are a mixture of bitter and sweet almonds – delish!) and made a batch of my Overnight Chia & Oat Pudding and left the kitchen for the evening.

Two breakfasts by Stephanie Jeffs

Come morning time I separated the batch in to two – and kept one batch of pudding and simply topped with milled activated pumpkin seeds and a pinch of bee pollen. OMG. Fair to say it was pretty terrific! And not laden with sweetness and stickiness, which was just the ticket.

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Then I blended the other half of the batch with some soaked and sprouted buckwheat (sprouting for 2 days) with half a frozen banana, a teaspoon of lucuma and a teaspoon of bee pollen with some of the almond milk leftover from the night before making my chia puddings. Oooh lala! Delish. I couldn’t decide which one to post so I thought I would post both!

Beautifully served in my Nana’s teacups. Bliss.

Buckwheat Porridge by Stephanie Jeffs

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups Chia & Oat Pudding
  • 1 cups soaked and sprouted buckwheat
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 tspn lucuma
  • 1 tspn bee pollen
  • 1/2 large or 1 small frozen banana

Method

Simply blend in a blender and serve to please. It’s delicious. Very low in sugars and will set you up for the day! You can top with fruits and nuts and anything you please! Get creative and bring your food to life!

Enjoy!

Keeping it juicy & raw

Stephanie's Signature

 

 

 

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