One of my favorites in the morning - warm oatmeal!! Especially in the colder seasons, I like to eat a porridge in the morning. Because of the ingredients, it is healthy, nutritious, keeps you full for a long time, soothing and simply delicious. Another and definitely important advantage is the fast preparation time - so there are no more excuses.
Incidentally, the term porridge comes from English and means porridge. Many also speak of oatmeal (=oat flakes) or oatmeal.
Ultimately, though, they all mean the same thing – (usually) a warm dish consisting of rolled oats, liquid (water, milk, or non-dairy milk), spices (e.g., cinnamon, vanilla, cardamom, etc.), and toppings (e.g., nuts, seeds, yogurt /Quark). Porridge is available in sweet and savory versions. Personally, I'm more of the cute type.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes
400 ml milk or plant drink I usually use almond or oat drink
80 g tender oat flakes
125 g quark 20% fat content (for the vegan version, you can of course omit the quark)
1 piece banana
1 handful of berries
2 tablespoons chia or ground flaxseeds
2 tablespoons chopped nuts eg almonds, hazelnuts or pecans
2 tbsp coconut flakes
Nut butter as required, e.g. peanut or almond butter
Honey or maple syrup as needed
Cinnamon and vanilla as needed
Heat milk in saucepan and stir in oatmeal. Then let it cook for about 5 minutes at medium heat - depending on which consistency you like best, you can of course shorten or lengthen the cooking time.
Cut the fruit at the same time.
Divide the finished porridge between two bowls and place the toppings.