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Crunchy nut and pear porridge
Start the new year right with a healthy breakfast of porridge, filled with roasted nuts, cinnamon and pears for a warming bowl of warmth and sweetness. Baked, the fruit caramelises and replaces the need to add any sugar.
Tablespoon coconut oil
Teaspoon ground cinnamon
Add the nuts and coconut oil to a baking tray and place in the oven for 10 minutes at 150 degrees. Toss halfway through.
Pierce the pears and place in the oven for 10 minutes.
Remove the nuts from the oven.
Place in a food processor and blitz to a consistency of your liking - crunchy, but with a few chunky bits.
Remove the pears from the oven and peel the skin off.
Add all of the ingredients to a bowl along with a few dashes of water and place in the microwave for 2 minutes (or heat in a saucepan).
Combine to create a smooth bowl of porridge.
Top with a few of the reserved crushed nuts.
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