Protein porridge for breakfast

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Il porridge it is a traditional Anglo-Saxon oat soup: it has a high satiating power and provides the body with the right energy to better face the day. Let's see how the protein porridge for breakfast.


 

Protein porridge, what is it

Il porridge is a oat soup of the Anglo-Saxon tradition that is eaten for breakfast. The porridge is prepared with water or milk and oat flakes and can be enriched with protein powders, yogurt, oil seeds, dried, fresh or dehydrated fruit or dark chocolate.


Porridge can also be sweetened with honey, maple syrup, malt, jam or fruit jam.

Il porridge provides the body with simple and complex carbohydrates, fibers and proteins that provide energy, increase the sense of satiety and they regulate intestinal transit, digestion and absorption of nutrients.

Thanks to the satiating power of porridge, its consumption at breakfast can help maintaining the right body weight, as it avoids resorting to snacks between meals or excesses at the table for lunch.

Furthermore, porridge brings fatty acids to the body, vitamins and minerals necessary for the performance of its functions, thus ensuring good physical and mental performance.


 

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Protein porridge, the recipe

prepare porridge at home it takes just over ten minutes and a few ingredients. Let's see together the recipe for a protein porridge for breakfast, to be customized according to your tastes.

Ingredients
> 50 g of oat flakes;
> 125 ml of soy milk;
> 125 g of soy yogurt;
> a tablespoon of mixed seeds (sunflower, pumpkin, flax)
> a tablespoon of dark chocolate flakes or two tablespoons of fresh or dehydrated fruit.

Preparation
Add the oat flakes to the soy milk e cook over low heat for about ten minutes. When the oats are soft, remove from heat, add the yogurt and mix. Serve and add the chocolate flakes or fresh or dehydrated fruit and mixed seeds.



increase protein intake, at the end of cooking the oats, you can add a teaspoon of soy protein powder.

To make the porridge richer, you can also add a tablespoon of chopped dried fruit coarsely: cashews, peanuts, walnuts, almonds, hazelnuts.


For a sweeter porridge you can add a teaspoon of honey, maple syrup or fruit jam.


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