I never wanted this bowl of porridge to end, but alas, it did. So I just keep making more 😉 The low FODMAP diet says that you should avoid gluten as well if you can so I am making a conscious effort to choose foods without it. I love my oats though so for me this was a bit earth shattering.
Here is it. The famous, (well at my yoga classes anyway) the delicious, APPLE CINNAMON GRANOLA !
Granola is a staple in my kitchen. I always have to have a jar of it otherwise my kitchen feels naked, (same goes for my seed crackers). This is my go to breakfast, topping and snack.
Warning : It granola is very, very moorish. Like pour the amount you are going to eat and then lock the granola in a cupboard moorish ツ
Magical matcha, oh so tasty and versatile. I’ve put it in smoothies, balls, granola bars and now porridge. I adore the flavour and the colour so in my opinion matcha is just all around awesome. There’s still a bit of winter left, even on the Gold Coast. This porridge is perfect for those cold mornings, a bowl of sustained energy and antioxidants to keep you full and nourished. If you want to learn a bit more about matcha check out this post ☾
I couldn’t resist a couple of pieces of Loving Earths dark chocolate >> match made in heaven ! Matcha made heaven.. Haha, sorry. Crunchy cacao nibs and fresh blueberries were excellent choices too. I think some berry chia jam and banana would also be delicious if the chocolate is a bit too extravagant for you to have in the morning. But seriously, just look at it oozing into itself!
Matcha does it again. I adore the taste in this smoothie, nice and thick so its almost like green tea ice cream.
I always add toppings, it makes a smoothie more of a meal and makes you chew which helps digestion. Plus toppings are plain delicious. To me, they are just as important as the smoothie. I am a huge fan of texture in my food, the crunch of nuts and chewiness of mulberries on top of a silky smooth green jar of goodness, mmm mmmm.
Love matcha like me?