We used to be huge oatmeal girls. We ate it just about every day in college. We remember our freshman year enjoying those quick oatmeal packets, not hot but COLD with milk. We loved the maple sugar flavored one, go figure…sugar!
Then the next few years in college we switched to warm oatmeal and added in almond butter or peanut butter with protein powder stirred in. This makes our stomachs hurt just thinking about it.
Pretty much after college we ate oatmeal less and less. The main reason being that it only caused us to be bloated and constipated. We know you might be thinking, “but it is full of fiber, how can you get constipated from it?” From our personal experiment with fiber we realized we do better with less of it and more healthy fats to keep us regular. We also realized, for us, our bodies do best without oats. We are not saying oats are bad, just our bodies can’t handle them in large quantities.
We do better with plantains. Are you surprised?
During the colder months a warm meal always sounds good. Here is our spin on the classic warm breakfast.
We made this recipe a few weeks ago and finally getting around to sharing it with you. We fell in love with it. Even though we adore this recipe we aren’t giving up on our favorite breakfast just yet, but this is a nice option. It’s also great to enjoy anytime of the day.
Oat-free warm plantain breakfast porridge made easy with a few ingredients
Let’s make this together..
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This porridge is made with no oats. We wanted to put our Purely Twist on the classic oatmeal or warm cereals.
Of course we used a plantain. It is our number 1 go-to ingredient for making grain-free recipes. Why?
Plantains are a great source of fiber and carbs. Plus they are filled with vitamins and minerals like potassium, B6, folates and iron.
We also used coconut milk but feel free to substitute milk of your choice. Need more dairy free milk alternatives?
You can even make your own milk like.
We love all the healthy fats and yumminess of coconut milk. We use full fat coconut milk from a can; we just love how rich and creamy it is!
This breakfast would be great to enjoy on chilly winter morning with a good cup of coffee. Just sayin.
This plantain porridge is delicious, healthy and truly soul satisfying.
Gluten-free, grain-free, paleo and vegan breakfast porridge recipe that serves 2
Our quick and easy plantain porridge is incredibly satisfying as hot breakfast cereals are, it is nutrient rich. Just think of all the good you are doing for your body when you sit down to enjoy your own warm bowl of plantain porridge goodness.
If you are looking for a new way to enjoy plantains or just want something different than your typical porridge you’ll love this recipe.
This recipe is best served warm when the flavors are most prominent.
The texture of this paleo porridge is richer and less “chewy” than true oatmeal or other porridges, but we feel like it is a delicious and healthy substitute.
Dress up your porridge any way you wish.Print
Oat-Free plantain porridge
Say goodbye to unhealthy store bought oatmeal packets. Meet your new favorite breakfast! Warm plantain coconut porridge! It’s naturally gluten-free and grain-free. Paleo and vegan friendly. Add your favorite toppings.Perfect for chilly mornings.
- Prep Time: 1 minute
- Cook Time: 14 minutes
- Total Time: 15 minutes
- 1 ripe plantain
- 1/2 cup of coconut milk
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil
- fresh fruit
- coconut flakes
- Peel and chop plantain into small cubes.
- In a small skillet place 1 tablespoon coconut oil over medium heat.
- Next place plantain cubes into skillet and cook for about 10 minutes.
- Then reduce heat to medium-low.
- Add in coconut milk.
- Sprinkle in cinnamon or cardamom if desired.
- Stir until well combined.
- Remove from heat.
- Pour porridge into 2 small bowls.
- Enjoy warm. Top with favorite toppings.
- Serving Size: serves 2
We know you’re going to love this take of oat-free porridge or “oatmeal”! Please enjoy this plantain oat-free porridge anytime of the day.
Do you like porridge? What is your favorite warm breakfast?
Lori and Michelle