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Vegan protein rice flake porridge

Imagine it's Sunday morning, you slept great and you've had a fulfilling workout. You feel like having a wonderfully nutritious breakfast that gives you enough protein. Then this vegan protein rice flake porridge is just the thing.

It's super quick to prepare, super filling and above all healthy!

 

Vegan protein rice flake porridge


 

Vegan protein rice flake porridge is truly a culinary masterpiece: tender rice flakes refined with cinnamon, vegan protein powder as an additional source of protein, banana as a master of power, blueberries as one of the strongest antioxidants, almond butter as an additional source of protein and source of magnesium, caramelized nuts for that extra Crunch as a topping and cocoa nibs.


Rice flakes are very filling due to their large number of complex carbohydrates, they have fewer calories and fat than oatmeal and are also gluten-free.

By the way, cocoa nibs contain more calcium than cow's milk, who would have thought it.

Almond butter is an ideal food for athletes because it contains a large amount of magnesium, vitamin E and fiber. In addition, almond butter has a very high protein content of up to 24g per 100g.


Well, if all of these aren't good reasons to make this rice flake porridge after your workout, then I don't know what is.


Ingredients:

  • 50 g rice flakes

  • 170 ml oat milk

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1 tsp rice syrup

  • 25g vegan vanilla protein powder

  • 1 banana

  • a handful of blueberries

  • a handful of nuts

  • 2 tsp maple syrup

  • 1 tablespoon almond butter

  • Cocoa nibs

Preparation:

  1. Cook your rice flakes with the oat milk, cinnamon and rice syrup to the desired consistency (about 20 minutes on medium heat). I used my rice cooker for this. But it works the same way in a saucepan. If the porridge gets too firm, just add a little more oat milk.

  2. Heat a small pan. Roast the nuts until lightly browned, then add 1 tsp maple syrup. Now the nuts will caramelize.

  3. Once you have reached the desired consistency, mix the protein powder into your rice flake porridge and serve in a bowl.

  4. Top your porridge with banana, blueberries, your caramelized nuts, mandemus, maple syrup and cacao nibs.



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