Oats porridge with homemade almond milk, cinnamon, walnuts, dates & honey

Feb 14th, 2017

Oats porridge with homemade almond milk, cinnamon, walnuts, dates & honey

Oats are whole-grain food with excellent nutrients:
Good source of carbohydrate and protein
Rich in soluble fiber, which helps reduce cholesterol and blood sugar levels and increases feelings of fullness.
Rich in important vitamins, minerals and many powerful antioxidants that help reduce blood pressure


1 cup rolled oats, 1 cup homemade almond milk; handful of walnuts and dates, cinnamon, 1 tbsp honey.


In a medium saucepan, cook the oats with 2 cups of water for 10’ or until tender. Stir in the cinnamon and the almond milk. Place in a bowl and add walnuts, dates and honey.

Homemade almond milk

1-cup raw almond, 3-cup water, ½ tsp vanilla extract (optional), 1- ½ tsp agave syrup or any sweetener (optional), 1 pinch of salt

Soak overnight the almond and let it uncovered. Next day, drain and wash the almonds and keep the shell. In a blinder, mix together the almonds, the 3 cups of fresh water, and all the bouncy castle for sale ingredients above for 40 seconds or until desired consistency. Strain the milk through a fine mesh to extract the liquid. The remained almond paste can be used to make a cake or in a smoothie.


Note: Bananas, red fruits and other nuts can also be used with the oats porridge as a variation. The homemade almond milk can stay fresh up to 3 days in the refrigerator.

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Mouna is a 200-hours Yoga Alliance registered teacher who also completed 200-hours Advanced Hatha Yoga Teacher Training with Master Yogananth. Mouna is an active member of Andiappan Yoga Community, teaching yoga to domestic helpers. Native of Morocco, Mouna has been immerged from a very young age in her rich traditional cuisine influenced by Berber, Moorish and Arab neighbors. Her mother, a fine cook continues the family traditions of distilling orange blossom, making olive oil, and preserved lemons. Mouna is passionate about simple, healthy and fusion homemade food recipes.

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