Creamy Chocolate Porridge by @deliciouslyella
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Servings For 2
80g porridge oats
2 heaped teaspoons of cacao powder
2 heaped teaspoons of coconut sugar
2 tablespoons almond butter
A sprinkling of cacao nibs
Pinch of sea salt
Plus coconut milk (or almond)
Add all the ingredients to the pan and stir well, adding the milk once all the other ingredients are mixed together. Heat for 2-3 minutes until thick and creamy then devour! 🤗
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Oats - high in fibre and keep you full for longer
Flax seeds - high in omega 3
Berries - high in antioxidants
Walnuts, sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds are good for maintaining healthy hair, skin and nails. So many other health benefits from eating nuts and seeds.
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Cut down on the processed fats....coconut oil, olive oil etc...they are not good for you.
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