Low Fodmap Diet RICE FLAKE PORRIDGE Recipe

I swear by porridge with a scoop of linseed on a morning, it’s such a great way to get your gut moving. Here’s another favourite flavour combo of mine, it’s very sweet and creamy. I avoid oats and go for naturally gluten-free rice flakes or millet flakes, with a tablespoon of golden linseed for an extra boost of breakfast fibre.

Low Fodmap Porridge INGREDIENTS

  • 30g rice flakes (you can get them online or try millet flakes as an alternative)
  • 150g (ish) non-dairy milk of your choice  (I use unsweetened almond milk)
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tbs stevia/sweetener
  • 1 tsp peanut butter
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1tbs linseed (also called flaxseed)

Low Fodmap Porridge KITCHEN STUFF

  • pan
  • spoon
  • hob

Low Fodmap Porridge METHOD

  • Put the rice flakes, milk, stevia, linseed and cinnamon in your pan on a low heat
  • Break up the banana into small chunks and add to the pan, then warm through  for a couple of minutes, stirring frequently until the edges begin to simmer
  • If your mixture is thickening up too much, throw in a bit more milk to make it even creamier
  • Once your porridge is nicely warmed through, remove it from the heat
  • Put it in a bowl, swirl in the peanut butter and enjoy

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