Honey Porridge with Miso Caramel

Morning! Can you believe we’re already well into January?! and New Years feels like yonks ago! Don’t get me started on Christmas!! Anyway last weekend was a chilled one. Saturday I didn’t move out of my PJ’s until about 2pm but to be fair to me, I needed some self love and care Saturday! That afternoon we went to return a skirt I got for Christmas and then swapped it for another skirt and I may have brought another one too.. Then we went back home, had tea and chilled with my Mum. Very happy now that the voice is back on! Sunday the weather was nice so we went round Derwent reservoirs in Sheffield. I love a Sunday walk, sets me up for the week. Then we just went home and cleaned the house lol and prepped stuff for the week ahead!

Monday was a busy day doing lots and lots of admin for LeitchyCreates as well as new product releases and a ton of emails. But life wise I’ve managed to squeeze in a cinema trip with my Dad and join a new gym and and and book a few cheeky holidays for later in the year!

So today I’m sharing a recipe I made Saturday morning. I have given up trying to recipe develop first thing in a morning in winter as it doesn’t come fully light until about 9am and by that time I’m ready to crack on with work. So Saturday and Sunday I make a little extra effort with my breakfast so that I have something to share with you guys in the week.

I hope you enjoy!

xx

Ingredients – serves one

Porridge –

50g rolled porridge oats

200ml oat milk

a pinch of salt

1 tsp honey

Toppings –

50g mixed fruit – peach, pineapple, mango and strawberries, diced

30g creme fraiche

1 piece of dark chocolate, chopped

Caramel – Mash togteher until smooth, adding water to turn into a runny caramel

15g medjool dates

1 tsp brown rice miso

hot water

Method

Pour the porridge ingredients into a small pan and stir over a low heat until thickened.

Pour the porridge into a bowl.

Scatter the fruit on one side of the bowl and dollop the creme fraiche on the other side of the bowl with the caramel.

Scatter the chocolate down the middle.

​Enjoy,

Leitchy xx

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