This is one of my favourite family breakfasts and I bet this combination of buttery banana and squidgy blueberries will be a winner with your tribe. A warming bowl of porridge is always welcome on a dark, cold and wet morning before school. And what better to pimp it up with some nourishing brain and immunity foods?
One of my best tricks to make porridge even more nutritious and filling is to crack an egg into the saucepan when you are cooking the oats in the milk – this makes the porridge super creamy and gives a boost of iron and brainy choline to keep everyone energised and sharp all morning.
The oats contain beta glucan for immunity and are also packed with calcium which is so important for keeping bones strong. Blueberries are brimming with polyphenols which are healthy for both the gut and the brain and especially helps focus and concentration.
This recipe feeds one hungry school age child, two toddlers or 3 servings for a baby from 6 months upwards.
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