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Semolina porridge with berries - peanut topping

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Even as a child, I always loved eating semolina porridge at my grandma's house. My favorite version today is with whole grain spelt semolina and some protein powder to provide you with fiber and protein in the morning. But I never want to miss out on a sweet topping! That's why it comes with a homemade berry topping and peanut butter.
Preparation is simple and super quick. Whether you want to enjoy it for breakfast, as a sweet dessert or as a delicious snack between meals, this semolina porridge always works.
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Equipment

  • 2 Cooking pots

Ingredients

These Ingredients make:

2 Portions

Berry jelly

  • 100 g Frozen berry mix
  • 1 EL Strength
  • 2 EL Maple syrup or other syrup (agave syrup, rice syrup, etc.)

Toppings

Instructions
 

Semolina porridge

  1. Heat the plant drink in a pan and bring to the boil briefly.
  2. Gradually add the wholemeal spelt semolina, stirring constantly.
  3. Optional: Stir in the protein powder.
  4. Reduce for 5 minutes over a low heat, stirring occasionally.
  5. Gradually add water until the desired consistency is reached.

Berry jelly

  1. Heat the frozen berries over a medium heat in another pan and defrost.
  2. When the berries have defrosted, stir in the starch and maple syrup until the grits have thickened.

Completion

  1. Season the semolina porridge with a pinch of salt and maple syrup.
  2. Portion the semolina porridge into bowls and garnish with the berry jelly.
  3. Top with peanut butter, nut nougat cream and almond slivers as desired.

Nutrition

Nutrition Facts
Semolina porridge with berries - peanut topping
Amount per Serving
Calories
359
% Daily Value*
Fat
 
15
g
23
%
Saturated Fat
 
1
g
6
%
Cholesterol
 
5
mg
2
%
Sodium
 
392
mg
17
%
Potassium
 
340
mg
10
%
Carbohydrates
 
47
g
16
%
Fiber
 
9
g
38
%
Sugar
 
7
g
8
%
Protein
 
21
g
42
%
Vitamin A
 
24
IU
0
%
Vitamin C
 
1
mg
1
%
Calcium
 
402
mg
40
%
Iron
 
3
mg
17
%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.