- 2 litres milk (to taste)
- 100 g millet
- 100 g quinoa
- 100 g oat flakes
- Handful of raisins
- 2 tablespoons fresh compote (optional)
- 1 tablespoon hazelnut cream (optional)
- Cinnamon, to taste
- Splash of water
Step by step
1. Use a saucepan to boil the milk with all the ingredients except from dried fruit and compote cream. Boil until well cooked. If all the milk boils away, add more to enable the cereal to keep cooking.
2. Once everything is well cooked, add dried fruits and compote cream.
3. With a food processor, crush everything until you get a cream with a very creamy texture similar to a yogurt. Add more cinnamon, compote or dried fruit cream according to taste, until achieving a sweet and delicate flavour.
4. Store in a jar in the fridge for a few days and serve as a yogurt in the mornings, with fresh fruit as a side.
This breakfast has 2 good points:
It provides us with a healthy sweet option that isn’t the typical, very sweet baby foods or conventional breakfast cereals.
It provides cereals and pseudo-cereals that are not common (millet or quinoa) which adds variability to our diet and gives us ideas beyond wheat and its derivatives.