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magic porridge with ready brek

Pudgy Panda

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#1

Pudgy Panda

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#2
oh brilliant thanks

off to make it after glee
 

hunca

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#3
I bought oats & Mullerlights last night at Tesco then forgot to make it up last night for this morning oh well never mind will remember tonight hopefully. I also used to make a syn free fruity rice pudding - 1 part pudding rice to 3 parts water ( I think it is ) bring to boil then turn heat off put on tight fitting lid & leave for a while then mix in a syn free yogurt.
 

tara40

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#4
the porridge with the mullers is absolutely lovely. i put the muller over my porridge, left it in the fridge overnight and it was lovely.x
 

Donnie46

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#5
Sorry to tell you but - as ready brek is not a HEXB - so you will have to syn your ready brek I'm afraid.

Magic Porridge is 28g of Porridge Oats and that is a HEXB, sorry about this.
 

Donnie46

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#7
Magic Porridge is in the menu section - but basically it is 28g of Porridge Oats mixed with a mullerlight yoghurt and then left overnight in the fridge.

The next day the oats have been soaked up by the yoghurt (that's the magic bit) - and it is delicious, enjoy........
 

tara40

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#8
Just a quick question, can i use any yoghurt that is syn free, for example i have some weight watchers yoghurt in my fridge.x
 

CamilleBates

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#11
I love it with the toffee one, or the vanilla one. But then I don't really have any other flavours... I tried it with a peach one once, but the bits went soggy!
 

Donnie46

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S: 22st0lb C: 19st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 55.1 Loss: 2st7lb(11.36%)
#12
It is a healthy extra B, it's here in front of me, from the list from lifeline online

28g ready break original and 1 ryvita dark rye/original/sesame -

the chocolate and any other flavoured ones arent xx

My apologises, I didn't think it was a HEB, I was wrong, sorry....
 

Donnie46

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S: 22st0lb C: 19st7lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 55.1 Loss: 2st7lb(11.36%)
#13
Just a quick question, can i use any yoghurt that is syn free, for example i have some weight watchers yoghurt in my fridge.x

You can use any syn free yoghurt, so WW will be fine, but you may need two as the Mullerlights are quite a big carton, or you could use a little skim milk as well.
 

Pudgy Panda

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#14
eating it now, i had to use 2 mullerlights as i like mine quite runny.

maybe i picked the wrong flavour banana and custard may try something else next time - great idea Donnie - thank you!
 

hunca

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S: 18st12lb C: 18st0lb G: 11st2lb BMI: 36.2 Loss: 0st12lb(4.55%)
#15
I made magic porridge for brekkie today - 28g oats with strawberry mullerlight & a banana sliced on top. OMG it was so good def make again
 

dancingqueen1987

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S: 15st0lb C: 12st0lb G: 10st7lb Loss: 3st0lb(20%)
#16
This is a good idea, I was wondering about what to do with Ready brek because I'm not sure how much milk I would use in it and I like to save my milk for my daily starbucks (sad I know!) and cups of tea. I think I'll try it on Tuesday morning as I'm in uni early and won't have time to do a cooked breakfast. Looking forward to trying it :)
 

joedenise

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#18
It sounds to me as though people eat it cold, which I didn't fancy! I just do mine in the morning by soaking for about 10-15 minutes in water then cooking for 2 minutes in the microwave. I then stir in the Muller Light and put it back in the microwave for 15 seconds before eating. I love it but my OH hates it - still insists on having his cooked with milk!

Denise
 


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