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Anti-Inflammatory Keto Porridge

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This keto porridge will warm your winter mornings and brighten up your days. It's filling, delicious and so good for you. Here are some of the benefits:

  • Turmeric is an often underestimated spice that is a powerful adaptogen. This means that it gives our body the ability to adapt to environmental factors such as stress and toxins and protect against them.
  • Bee pollen has anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties with several therapeutic applications.
  • A great source of electrolytes. Just one serving of this keto porridge will provide almost 50% RDA of magnesium and 25% EMR of potassium. There is no tastier way of beating keto-flu!

If you miss your breakfast cereal, you may also like my Quick Keto Oatmeal and Allergy-Free Healthy Keto Cereal!

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Nutritional values (per serving):

6 grams 9.9 grams 14.8 grams 50.2 grams 18.1 grams 572 calories
Total Carbs16grams
Fiber9.9grams
Net Carbs6grams
Protein14.8grams
Fat50.2grams
of which Saturated18.1grams
Energy (calories)572kcal
Magnesium189mg (48% RDA)
Potassium508mg (25% EMR)

Macronutrient ratio: Calories from carbs (5%), protein (11%), fat (84%)

Ingredients (makes 2 servings):

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Instructions:

  1. Roughly chop the walnuts. Place the hemp seeds, chopped walnuts and flaked coconut into a hot pan and roast for 1-2 minutes or until fragrant.
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  2. Toss a few times to prevent burning. When done, transfer the roasted mix into a bowl and set aside. In a small saucepan, mix the coconut milk and almond milk and heat over a medium heat. Once hot (not boiling), take off the heat. Add the almond butter, coconut oil, ... |Anti-Inflammatory Keto Porridge
  3. ... chia seeds, turmeric powder, black pepper and Erythritol (optional). Mix until well combined and set aside for 5-10 minutes. Add half of the roasted mix from the bowl.
    If using cinnamon or vanilla instead of bee pollen, mix it in with the turmeric powder. |Anti-Inflammatory Keto Porridge
  4. Spoon the porridge into serving bowls and top with the remaining roasted mix. Finally, sprinkle with bee pollen. |Anti-Inflammatory Keto Porridge Serve immediately or store in the fridge for up to 3 days. To keep the porridge crunchy, keep the roasted mix and bee pollen in a separate container at room temperature and add to the porridge just before serving.
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FANTASTIC!!! No sweetener required!

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OMG this is SO GOOD! I made this last night with pecan halves and omitted the sweetener, and had it this morning reheated for breakfast... Divine! The portion size doesn't look like much and I thought I might still be hungry after, but not at all. This is utterly lush and sating and I can't wait to have the second portion for breakfast tomorrow. Thanks so much for this! Btw I assume I can use any nut or seed butter? I'm out of almond butter but I have macadamia nut butter, sunbutter, cashew butter, hazelnut butter and brazil nut butter! (Er... What can I say, I love my nut and seed butters Smile) Could you please provide the macros for these substitutions? Thanks!

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Thank you Anu! Yes, you can definitely use any other nut butters, just avoid cashew butter, as there's 16 g net carbs in just 1/4 cup as compared to almond butter that is less than 4 g net carbs. If you really want to use it, try to only use more than 1-2 tablespoons if you want to keep the carbs low. All the other nut and seed butter substitutions are suitable and will result in a similar carb count.

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Hi Martina!   I don't have hemp seeds but I really want to make this tomorrow.  Do you think I can sub with flax seeds?

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Absolutely, flax is perfect for making porridge! Smile

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I love turmeric with eggs and bacon. Looks like based on the comments I need to add a little pepper too Smile

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Yes, it's been added to the list of ingredients - just a pinch will be enough Smile

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Looks like an interesting recipe but if you're going to go to the bother of using turmeric specifically for it's anti-inflammatory properties you should add pepper to make sure your body can actually use all of it. The fat does increase bioavailability but the pepper will help further.

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It's both turmeric and bee pollen. Yes, you're right, black pepper significantly improves absorption of turmeric and I'll add a note. I did mention this in my turmeric milk recipe but forgot to add it here Smile Thanks for spotting that! ketodietapp.com/.../keto-golden-turmeric-milk

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This porridge was so delicious and much better than oats. I just used a few drops of stevia and it was so good!

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Definitely going to try this recipe out! I found a few online that I was not a big fan of, but this recipe looks great. Thanks for the share!

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