Quinoa Porridge Coconut Chips from Julia and Libby Blog
Do you like a creamy warm porridge in the winter months?
I for one just love to have Coconut Dry Goods every single morning! I alternate between desiccated medium fine, threads, chips (flakes) and desiccated fine. Coconut Dry Goods go well with oat or quinoa porridge.
Julia and Libby who are sisters, live apart, one in Australia and one in New Zealand. This article with its emphasis on quinoa flakes and Anchor Organic Milk is definately written in New Zealand.
For your reference we have a list of links about Raw milk, which is not the same product as Fonterra’s Anchor Organic Milk. As Village Milk say, Fonterra don’t sell this (Raw Milk) product. I believe there will be an alternative organic milk hitting the supermarkets this season in New Zealand.
If you are in another country, you’ll need to look things up for yourself. Here in New Zealand cows eat grass…it’s healthy, you know?
Now back to this quinoa porridge recipe.
1 cup mixed berries
2 tablespoons manuka honey
1/4 cup walnuts, roughly chopped.
1/4 cup coconut chips or desiccated coconut
Head over to the Julia and Libby blog for more instructions.
After you’ve checked out that post, you may also interested in these other quinoa articles we’ve posted in the past.
If you’re interested in Quinoa, you maybe interested to note that puffed Quinoa is not super heat treated. Here is a puffed Quinoa recipe.
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Neil Smith, The Coconut Oil Shop Team
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