Raspberry And Coconut Porridge – A Fruity Breakfast

This fruity breakfast porridge makes a good start to any day, whether hiking, camping, or even in the kitchen at home 🙂 It is fruity, tasty, and healthy, and it certainly warmed me up the day I cooked it! 

Ingredients for Raspberry And Coconut Porridge

This will make one serving, so just multiply the ingredients by how many people you have….it makes a decent portion size too.

1 cup of oats.

1 cup of coconut milk – add more if it becomes too stiff, but one was fine for me.

Handful of raspberries – mine were frozen, but to be honest if I’d taken fresh out that day they would have frozen anyway!!

1 teaspoon vanilla essence.

Non essential:  cocoa powder (sprinkle) and desiccated coconut (spoonful).

Method For Making Raspberry And Coconut Porridge

  1. Pour in coconut milk and add oats.
  2. Stir until warm.
  3. Add raspberries and stir until mushy, then add in the vanilla essence.  At this point you can add desiccated coconut if desired. One of our trio doesn’t like strongly flavoured coconut food so we didn’t.
  4. Serve into a bowl and sprinkle cocoa over the top, but make sure it isn’t windy or else you might just end up wearing it!!!

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25 Comments

  1. We love how you’ve made this outdoors and we prefer fruity breakfasts as opposed to chocolate or sugary ones. This looks delicious
    Bella and Dawn recently posted…Going wild at Little Africa, Paultons ParkMy Profile

  2. Oo yummy! This looks like the perfect hearty start to the day 🙂

  3. I love your ideas for outdoor cooking and inspire me so much! This is such a great winter warmer and it looks delicious! Definitely making a note to try this!

  4. I think my youngest would absolutely love this. Will have to try this, though probably indoors 🙂
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  5. I have a similar, vegan coconut porridge very often for my breakfast, but never in such a beautiful scenery! I bet it tastes much better cooked outdoors <3
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    • If when I burn food it still tastes good outdoors!! We are usually so cold and needing sustenance so much, everyone gobbles everything!!

  6. I’m not normally not a big breakfast eater. but I could get on board with this one!

  7. I love fruity breakfasts. They are super healthy and keep me going for longer. Will try this.

  8. I love that you made this outdoors, looks so warming in the cold weather. x
    Newcastle Family Life recently posted…Other Bloggers Family Lives Featuring The Smallest Of ThingsMy Profile

  9. This does look yummy. I made something similar the other day. It does look great warming you up in the snow 🙂

    • It was delicious. Healthy but the raspberries gave it that sweet kick naturally to boost morale out in the cold!

  10. This looks and sounds like a delicious warming treat for a chilly day
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  11. I love reading about your outdoor meals. This is one I’d be very happy to eat. I love your bowl too, so cool!
    Cath – BattleMum recently posted…A Personalised Wooden Sign by Kent-Made: Review and GiveawayMy Profile

    • Ah thankyou…it was my grandparents, hand carved for them. I have one that was made for me but is a little smaller….not big enough for a yummy portion of this!!

  12. I need to head out one morning with my lots for breakfast out. They would love it
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  13. This is a unique presentation, love how you made your grill. Thanks for inspiration!

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