Porridge is a popular dish in Korea often served as the first meal of the day or as a snack. There are many variations — some are made with chicken, some are made with kabocha, and others are made with abalone. This one is made with pine nuts, and is often served traditionally during the celebration of the Lunar New Year. — Will Budiaman
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"The Scots have been enjoying their porridge for centuries, and rightly so. Made from oats, which are one of the few grains that grow well in Scotland's climate, Scottish porridge is tasty and nutritious, and it's also packed full of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. As part of a healthy diet, it's a great way to help reduce cholesterol, and the slow-release carbs mean it keeps you full (and full of energy) until lunchtime." — Scottish At HeartThis recipe is courtesy of Scottish At Heart.
With its pleasant flavor and distinct texture, think of teff porridge as oatmeal with soul. An excellent source of both calcium and vitamin C, this Ethiopian whole grain is a great way to start your day. Cinnamon and nutmeg perfectly complement its natural nutty sweetness, while warm apple compote makes this breakfast porridge as delicious as it is healthy.
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It's no secret that I love oats. I also love the holiday season! There is something about cuddling up indoors with loved ones that makes me feel so cozy inside. I make this dish throughout the year and it always reminds me of those special celebrations.
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How great would it be to wake up on a busy morning and have breakfast already cooked? You could slow down and eat at home or pack up a bowl of this multi-grain porridge to take to work with you. With a slow-cooker, it can happen.— Shelby KinnairdClick here for more recipes from the Diabetic Foodie.Click here for more of the 101 Best Slow-Cooker Recipes