Barley flakes and apple porridge is a delicious alternative to oatmeal. Nutty tasting packed full of fibre and essential vitamins and minerals it’ll help to awaken all your senses in the morning!

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Hello there breakfast loving friends and welcome to today’s barley flakes and apple porridge breakfast recipe!

This is breakfast number 3 in this week’s series of porridge/wholegrain variation breakfasts.

How did you get on with the porridge with blueberries and almonds or the spiced plum millet porridge?

A bowl of barley flakes and apple porridge with half and apple and nuts and seeds in the background as decoration.

I like to vary my breakfast porridges as much as possible, so that’s where this barley flakes and apple porridge comes in. It makes a nice change from oatmeal.

Barley flakes are packed with fibre, contain important vitamins and minerals, are extremely low in fat and, as with all plant products, are cholesterol free.

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Packed full of protein and excellent for the digestive system, barley flakes are also a low GI food. Ideal for those concerned about their consumption of high GI cereals, to choose as an alternative, should they be advised to do so by a medical practitioner.

The apple and added sultanas are perfect to compliment and sweeten the barley flakes enough so that you shouldn’t actually need to add any sweetener.

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Equipment

  • Saucepans
  • Kitchen scale
  • Chopping board
  • Kitchen knives
  • Measuring spoons
  • Measuring jug

This is the measuring jug I use for all my recipes.

Great value for money it’s high quality and easy to use.

A perfect measuring jug, easy to clean and suitable for oven and microwave use too!

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Barley Flakes and Apple Porridge Recipe

Barley flakes and apple porridge is a heart healthy delicious alternative to oatmeal porridge.

Make it your own by adding or trying different fruits nuts and seeds!

I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe 5* if you like it! 🙂

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