Breakfast time today and another decision needed. No compote left, still no bread made, no bacon, no sausages…. oh dear! However with a garden full of apples and blackberries we didn’t dally long on decisions.
Porridge again but today with grated apple (picked straight from the tree and grated directly) and blackberries fresh from the bush, and a good drizzle of maple syrup to boot. This was lovely. I still prefer the porridge with blackberry compote but … this is a close run second. You could get the recipe from the link, but here it is again to save you having to click, with the amends for this version.
- 160g oats
- 600ml milk, (semi-skimmed, full fat, gold top, soya, whatever takes your fancy here really)
- pinch of salt,
- Couple of apples grated
- Few handfuls of blackberries
- Maple syrup to taste
Put the oats, milk and a pinch of salt into a saucepan on a gentle to medium heat and stir.
Bring the pan up to simmering point and simmer until its smooth and creamy – round about 5 minutes should do it nicely.
Remove from the heat, dish up into bowls, add the grated apple and scatter with blackberries before drizzling with maple syrup.