Oats Porridge Recipe For Breakfast

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Making a porridge with oats only takes about five to six minutes to cook and is a real fast formula.

With the early morning getting too busy at times, this oats porridge formula may come to your rescue as a fast, instant breakfast option. This oats porridge can be served to children as well as adults.

In addition, avoid adding any dry fruits or big pieces of fruits to the porridge. You may add some mango puree, mashed bananas or apple puree and mix with the powdered porridge oats, when it becomes warm or cools down.

Avoid making porridge with dairy, if you plan to add fruit purees in the end.

Also Read: Healthy Breakfast Ideas: Vegetarian Porridge Recipes

If you purchase oats or oats products for infants, do check the content on the pack. It must only mention oats and no other flavourings or extra elements.

You may easily make the oats porridge with only water or with only dairy or a combo of both. Oats porridge may be served hot or warm or at the average room temperature.

Have a look at what are the ingredients that you require and also the method of preparation.

Oats Porridge Recipe For Breakfast

Ingredients:
1 cup of quick cooking oats or rolled oats
2 cups of water and 1 cup of milk

OR

2 to 2.5 cups of water or 2 to 2.5 cups milk
2 tablespoons of sugar, or as per taste

Also Read: Egg White Oatmeal Omelette For Breakfast

Procedure:

  • A cup of milk provides a slightly thicker consistency.
  • For a thinner consistency, you may add more milk or water.
  • If you want to add some honey, then add it when the porridge becomes warm or cools down to room temperature, as honey becomes toxic on being heated.
  • Take a cup of quick cooking oats or rolled oats in a saucepan.
  • Stir it very well and heat the porridge mixture by adding water or milk on a low to medium fire.
  • Add sugar and do stir it frequently and allow the porridge to simmer.
  • Serve the oats porridge hot or warm or at room temperature.
  • If you want to add some chopped fruits, then add them when the porridge becomes warm or cools down entirely.

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