Will update with the tale of how it went later as I'm assuming we have no mobile signal and pre-authoring this post.
|Loving the retro Blue Willow Ware china|
Recipe can be found here
Updated: 05 July 2012 @ 19:58
I must have been seriously deluded when I wrote the bit above, thinking that he husband would even be present at the breakfast table at the same time as everyone else, let alone that he might consider eating porridge.
Maybe he knew what I was thinking and purposely avoided getting up until Miss A and I had finished breakfast so that I couldn't try and force feed him porridge. Or because he was on holiday, he got to have a lie in every single day where I was up at 6am, which I guess is a lie in for me as I'm normally up at 5 and off to work at six.
Enough of our marital discord. There's not too much to say about this recipe. I enjoyed it enough to make it two days on the trot. The second day, however, I managed to burn the porridge to the bottom of the pan whilst dealing with a Cheerio-related crisis (I hate stainless steel pans on electric hobs) so I've not made it since.
Cooking the bananas in the porridge meant that it needed minimal sugar for sweetening - I normally use maple syrup - so it's a fairly good and filling diet option. Definitely one for a weekend breakfast when I've got the time (and the non-stick pans) to make this.