Amazing Tiger Nut topped Porridge

This beautiful creation was made by one of our customers, and it is so amazing I just had to share it here with you all! The clever  lady who made this is in Germany, and you can find this and lots of other lovely creations  on her Instagram account https://instagram.com/paleomunchies/.

The recipe uses gari – which you may not have heard of.  It is made from ground cassava root, and can be difficult get hold of here, but you can easily substitute with oats or a grain free paleo substitute of  your choice.

For the porridge

Mix 40g gari, 100 ml full-fat coconut milk, 100 ml water, a dash of cinnamon (and 1 tsp of honey or maple syrup if you prefer it to be sweeter) in a bowl and let it sit on your counter for about 10-15 minutes to soak, stir occasionally.

For the topping

Place  1-2 tbsp of cashew butter on top, a heaped tbsp of raw cacao nibs, then mix  a handful of blueberries and a handful of tiger nuts organic with a tsp of maple syrup and add that mixture on top.

Thank you so much Jennifer for the amazing recipe and photo, I can’t wait to see more of your tiger nut creations !

2 Comments

  • Alison Hall Posted 2nd September 2016 5:46 pm

    Hi I live in Spain and drink horcheta de chufa everyday. I have been telling my sister about it who lives in the UK.
    We would like to know if you can make ordinary porridge with it instead of ordinary milk.
    I am finding the benefits of this very good and hopefully I will be able to buy it when I am over very soon.
    Thank you for taking the time to read this.
    Many thanks
    Alison

  • Mo Posted 7th September 2017 4:34 pm

    This is a great company. Chris and Ani are so friendly and helpful, and their new website is easy to use and very informative – and I speak as a technophobe. I’m also a big fan of the unsweetened tiger nut milk, and recently have tried drinking it heated, adding freshly grated nutmeg, before bed to see if it helps induce better quality sleep, and more of it. It seems to be working, so I shall continue. Having watched the video and seen how easy it is to make tiger nut milk I think I’ll give it a go. Cheers!

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