Whats the best way to mix the porridge please

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    Lesley cw Full Member

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    Hi all, please can i have some help on the best way to mix the porridge..Loads of thanks in advance..x
     
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    Hi there

    Someone has just done a recent post on this which was good advice. Add 140 ml of hot water in the blender then add porridge and blend for say 20 to 30 secs. Then place porridge in the microwave for 1 min. It comes out nice and smooth. Just tried this technique tonight and tasted yummy!!!

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    I just whisk mine with hot water then microwave for about 45 seconds. I use a pint of water for all my packs as they last longer and i am a piggy wig!!!
     
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    I add 140ml hot water, microwave for 1 min then add about 50ml hot water to thin it out. It makes it taste much better! Also i add a bit of cinnamon/nutmeg to mine, as i dont like the apple and cinnamon one
     
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