Coconut Porridge

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Do you want porridge for breakfast on occasion, without all the carbs?Here's the ninth LCHF breakfast idea from Fanny Lindkvist, who runs a popular Swedish blog and the Instagram account LessCarbs. Ketogenic low carbKetogenic low carb86% Fat10% Protein3% Carbs4 g carbs / serving Easy 10 m0 minutes preparation10 minutes cooking time
Ketogenic low carbKetogenic low carb86% Fat10% Protein3% Carbs4 g carbs / serving Easy 10 m0 minutes preparation10 minutes cooking time

Do you want porridge for breakfast on occasion, without all the carbs?

Here’s the ninth LCHF breakfast idea from Fanny Lindkvist, who runs a popular Swedish blog and the Instagram account LessCarbs.

Ingredients

1 servingservings
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NutritionKetogenic low carb86% Fat10% Protein3% Carbs4 g carbs / serving

Instructions

Instructions are for 1 serving. Please modify as needed.

  1. Mix together all ingredients in a pan on low heat, keep stirring until you get the texture you like.
  2. Serve with coconut milk or cream and put a few frozen berries on the hot porridge.

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64 Comments

  1. Clarissa
    I started making this for my high fat breakfast instead of bulletproof coffee, and I like it so much better! Has anyone tried making this ahead of time and keeping it in the fridge? Does it keep well? I've been making it every day, but it would be nice to make a big batch ahead of time.
  2. Andrea
    I just made this and left out the psyllium and used heavy/thick double cream instead of the coconut cream. Maybe a few extra carbs due to the substitutions, but a very filling tasty dish. Couldn't finish the one portion in one sitting!
  3. Jeanette
    Wow, this was better than I thought it would be. I was really missing my cream of wheat, but I like this better.
  4. Joan
    Just tried this but it was awful, I did use a sachet of coconut cream so it could be that but it was very sickly
  5. Adam
    Don't forget the coconut cream drizzled over the top on serving, I found without it, it is a little too sweet/strong for me, but with that added, it offsets it and is not too bad at all.
  6. Naomi
    Interesting.
  7. Brenda
    Hello, I don"t get it. The coconut cream I found has 22 grams of carbs (per tablespoon) and 20 grams (sugar). Is there a healthier coconut cream? Could the one I bought be okay?
  8. Linda
    Brenda you could try https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JEHHFFI/ref=oh_aui_search_deta... - a 100% coconut powder that can be made up (water added) to whatever consistency you like
  9. LILI EVENHAIM
    Hi,
    Can I make this recipe without an egg since I'm allergic to eggs, and breakfast is difficult foe me on low carb (I'm can't eat diry either)
    Thanks
  10. Cassie
    Because it's a low carb recipe, I would not advise adding oats to it. They are one of the lower GI grains, but a grain nonetheless. They're definitely not a part of the recipe.
  11. Rachael
    Just made this. I added a few toasted walnuts, cinnamon and a pinch of stevia and it was really yummy! May want to add tempering the egg so it doesn't scramble!
  12. Cynthia
    This is outstanding and incredibly filling. I added a little unsweetened vanilla almond milk to improve the consistency while cooking. I drizzled 1 1/2 tablespoons of coconut cream on top and served it with a couple of strawberries. It was really a nice treat for breakfast.
  13. Valerie
    Be aware that there is a difference between Coconut cream and Cream of Coconut. I think the cream of coconut like Coco Lopez, is the super sweet stuff used to make pina coladas. Check the carbs and you'll know the difference.
  14. Nicole
    I like many of these recipes but this came out chunky and very eggy for me. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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