Oatmeal gingerbread porridge with mandarin. A warm breakfast with warm spices and a refreshing effect because of the mandarin.
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Fruit in a breakfast is definitely one of my favorites in a healthy lifestyle. Sometimes I suddenly have ideas for recipes that I want to make right away and sometimes I don’t even understand where those ideas come from. That is also what happened with this recipe. Last week I was working on a planning for the blog for the upcoming months, to be able to also schedule the Christmas and Sinterklaas recipes. But I had a hard time thinking of any nice breakfast recipes that I felt like making as well. And suddenly the combination of mandarin and gingerbread popped into my mind and don’t ask my why, but it seemed like a good idea.
Mandarin and gingerbread
Somewhere deep in my mind I do know where it could have been coming from. Earlier this year my sister and I had lunch at the Koffiepand in Middelburg. I had a yogurt with crumbled gingerbread cookies and mandarin and I liked it a lot. Even though this is almost a year ago, it apparently got stuck in my mind and there was my inspiration. Last week I made it warm for myself which was a big success. Jens doesn’t like almond milk, he likes everything except that haha. For him I made a cold variant with quark which he really liked. Enough options to vary with this recipe, just like with the granola. Of course it is best to make it yourself. Click here for granola inspiration.
Recipe: Oatmeal gingerbread porridge with mandarin
200 milliliters almond milk
20 grams (gluten free) oatmeal
35 grams (gluten free) granola
5 grams gingerbread spices
How to make it?
Put the almond milk with the oatmeal in a saucepan and put on low-medium heat fire. Let the almond milk warm in approximately 10 minutes until it will get a bit thicker and becomes a real porridge. Put the oatmeal porridge in a bowl and lay the mandarin parts on the side. Divide the granola in the middle and optionally. You can divide the gingerbread spices over the granola.
It is best to mix before you will be eating, otherwise you will have a bite of spices in your mouth. Your breakfast is now ready to enjoy!
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