12 Tasty Porridges with Alternative Whole Grains


Photo courtesy of Reclaiming Yesterday

Humble porridge just hit the spotlight. Overnight oats are still delicious, but foodies have ventured beyond oatmeal, and are now exploring more unusual grains. Really, you can make hot cereal with lots of different grains or blends, including brown rice, barley, millet, amaranth, rye, and more. With pop-up shops and boutique cafes in London dishing out “posh porridge”yes, you can have chia seeds and coconut sugar with that quinoa! And bloggers from California to Copenhagen posting breathtakingly beautiful bowls, filled with plump whole grains, juicy fruit, and artistic drizzles, this tasty trend is taking off.

Discover some outrageously delicious ways to wake up to whole grains with this gorgeous recipe roundup, featuring healthy food bloggers from around the web.


Toasted Coconut Quinoa Breakfast Porridge
Photo courtesy of Pinch of Yum



Breakfast Quinoa with Chai-Spiced Almond Milk
Photo Courtesy of Well and Full



Wintery Quinoa Porridge with Blueberries & Pomegranate
Photo courtesy of Produce on Parade



Brown Rice Breakfast Bowl with Coconut, Orange & Basil
Photo courtesy of Artful Desperado



Coconut Black Rice Breakfast Pudding
Photo courtesy of My New Roots



Cardamom Buckwheat Porridge with Persimmons & Almond Butter
Photo courtesy of Reclaiming Yesterday



Blueberry Amaranth Porridge with Caramelized Ginger Kumquats
Photo courtesy of The Green Life



Carrot & Rye Oatmeal
Photo courtesy of Green Kitchen Stories


Broken Farro Porridge with Coconut Milk, Almonds & Roasted Plums
Photo courtesy of A Beautiful Plate


Wintery Semolina Breakfast with Caramelized Blood Oranges
Photo courtesy of Lucky Star Anise



3 Grain Blend and Breakfast Porridge
Photo courtesy of Edible Perspective



Poached Egg over Spinach Polenta with Mushrooms & Herbs
Photo courtesy of Happy Hearted Kitchen


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