Delicious breakfasts do not have to take a long time to make. But this is set to impress, it's a dish to make you excited to get out of bed in the morning that's for sure!
We've teamed up with the wonderful brand Nutcessity to bring you this brilliant breakfast recipe. Do check out their vegan friendly nut butters which come in a range of drool-worthy flavours such as gingerbread almond butter, coffee & walnut treenut butter, date & walnut treenut butter and organic choc haz braz treenut butter.
If you like gingerbread and cinnamon this is a recipe you will truly love. With poached pears to soak in all the flavour.
Pears are packed with Vitamin C which fight free radicals which lead to chronic disease such as cancer and neurodegenerative diseases. They're also fantastic for gut health and digestion and have been proven to lower blood pressure. Vitamin C aids Iron absorption too making it the ideal pairing and something to look out for when choosing your supplements, you may opt for DR.VEGAN Gentle Iron and Vitamin C recommended by leading nutritionists.
This recipe is vegan friendly and completely natural.
Recipe & images by Victoria Purdon
Makes 2 portions
For the liquid:
1/2 mug water
1 tbsp maple syrup
1/2 tsp lemon juice
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1 vanilla pod
For the porridge:
2 cups rolled oats
2 tbsp gingerbread almond butter
3 cups oat milk
1. Peel skin from pears, then halve and core
2. Add all ingredients to a pan and bring to a simmer
3. Place pears in liquid, cover and simmer on a low heat for 15 mins
4. While the pears are simmering, cook the porridge
5. Serve the porridge and top with the poached pears, some of the pear liquid and extra nut butter to taste!
Store pears in juice/ syrup in the fridge up to 5 days.
Thank you to our friends at Nutcessity - our recommended nut butters.
If you enjoyed this recipe, we recommend: The Best Vegan Pizza
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