Paleo Dinner, Paleo Recipes

Paleo Porridge

The traditional breakfast of boiled oats, milk and the occasional spoons of sugar is a big no-no in the paleo diet. But the paleo diet isn’t about dwelling on what you can’t eat; it’s about making the best of what’s at hand and then creating something even better. For the true paleo foodie, resourcefulness is your right-hand man.

So how do you get resourceful about a breakfast made solely of grains, dairy produce and processed sweeteners— the last foods you’ll find on a paleo menu? Read on!

Paleo Porridge

Difficulty: Easy

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cooking Time: 10 minutes

Servings: 1



  1. Combine all ingredients in a small mixing bowl.
  2. Transfer to a sauce pan, and heat over a low flame until it reaches desired temperature.

And voila— A completely homemade breakfast that contains your morning dose of macronutrients and isn’t out of a tin or a cardboard box. While the lightly sweet flesh of the coconut is largely fat—albeit the easily digestible, medium-chain kind— the addition of honey and cinnamon transforms a basic bowl of coconut with fragrance and texture. In addition, both cinnamon and honey are naturally medicinal and antibacterial substances, helping you maintain a reasonable level of blood-sugar. Even the almond butter does its part as a light and flavorful protein substitute to milk.

So if you want to satisfy your sweet tooth and detox your system in one go each morning, start it with a bowl of wholesome, organic, paleo porridge.

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