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'MAGIC PORRIDGE'

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Donnie46, 25 August 2009 Social URL.

  1. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Magic Porridge

    Mullerlite Yoghurt
    28g Porridge Oats

    Just mix a mullerlight with 28g porridge oats in a bowl & leave in the fridge overnight.....and enjoy hot or cold, although cold is really nice..especially with a sliced banana.

    Could be eaten for breakfast or as a dessert.




    There are no syns in 'magic porridge' if you count the porridge oats as 1 HEXB,

    But, if you have to syn the porridge oats they are 5 syns per 28g
     
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  3. sugar_lipswales

    sugar_lipswales Well-Known Member

    This'll be handy! Thanks Donnie!
     
  4. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    My pleasure. X
     
  5. miss jelly tot

    miss jelly tot CWP Consultant

    Thanks, sounds great
     
  6. Claire1981

    Claire1981 Is so very nearly there!

    Im gna try this - what flavour yog do you use?
    x
     
  7. slimlinetonic

    slimlinetonic Well-Known Member

    i like the sound of this and i am gonna try this in the morn, thanks.
     
  8. CEB

    CEB Well-Known Member

    as an alternative, so you don't use a HEXB on a green day you can cook up some pudding rice with water and sweetner and mix with your muller - completely free.

    I have tried both and both equally yummy :eek:)
     
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  9. Claire1981

    Claire1981 Is so very nearly there!

    Iv just made it lol!

    Ill let you know the outcome in morn! I used WW toffee yog x
     
  10. Claire1981

    Claire1981 Is so very nearly there!

    Very Nice! Im gna try hot next time :)
    xx
     
  11. miss jelly tot

    miss jelly tot CWP Consultant

    Just out of interest how do you do it hot? Can you warm up yogurt?:)
     
  12. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Just pop it in the mircowave when you want to warm it - BUT, only warm it, if you make it too hot you may curdle the youghurt....
     
  13. sweet-tooth

    sweet-tooth Well-Known Member

    I made this last night and had it this morning-I tried it cold first and then decided to warm it up, it was really nice, thanks for letting us know
     
  14. loobylou

    loobylou Reached Target. woohoo

    Thanks for recipe hun, will give it a go. x Loobylou
     
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  15. Joanne24

    Joanne24 Restarting!

    Gonna syn it with a layered mullerlight, having dessert for breakfast. It looks delish!!
     
  16. Brightonrosie

    Brightonrosie I want to be fitter again

    The rice was very very yummy xx
     
  17. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    So glad you enjoyed it everyone. X
     
  18. loobylou

    loobylou Reached Target. woohoo

    Had Magic porridge for breakfast today OMG its gorgeous, made it with Mullerlight banana & custard yogurt and had chopped banana with it. Thanks for the recipe, gives me more variety at breakfast time, would actually have it as a pudding too. xxx Loobylou
     
  19. malaika

    malaika Lover of Extra Easy

    Silly question, please forgive me if I am daft - do you cook the oats first?

    I have done the rice pudding - it is lovely!
     
  20. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    No Sonia - the oats swell while they are in the fridge overnight and soak up all the yoghurt (that's the magic bit) and it tastes delicious and creamy - you could warm it slightly in the microwave if you prefer, but don't make it hot in case it curdles the yoghurt.

    Enjoy, I know you will. X
     
  21. malaika

    malaika Lover of Extra Easy

    Thanks Donnie. I am going to give it a try.
    It sounds really yummy!
     

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