5 oat free alternative porridge ideas

5 oat free alternative porridge ideas

When it comes to breakfast, during the colder months, there’s nothing better than a steaming bowl of porridge to get the day started. But what if you can’t have oats like everyone else seems to? If, like me, you’re an oat sensitive Coeliac, you’ll be pleased to find there are lots of oat free alternative porridge options.

Here’s a round up of 5 alternative oat free porridge recipes to try:

Luxurious and creamy millet flake porridge by yours truly!

This is a year round staple in our house now and is already gluten free, vegan and nut free.

Tureen full of porridge topped with colourful fruits and seeds, surrounded by pretty tableware and fresh flowers

Spiced amaranth porridge by Jasmine Hemsley

Amaranth porridge is wonderful but using the seeds instead of flakes can be a bit too time consuming for most of us – enter Jasmine with this delicious warming porridge using amaranth flakes.

Bowl of tumeric spiced amaranth porridge against a monochrome background


3-Minute Coconut-Almond Porridge by Wicked Good Kitchen

Totally grain free and cleverly using flax and coconut to create a creamy porridge like bowl – this one is really intriguing.

Wicked good kitchen creamy grain free porridge


Clean eating quinoa porridge recipe by Heidi Hearts

Full of lovely warming spices and protein powerhouse quinoa, this porridge should set you up for the day. This would need a few adaptations for those with a nut allergy.


Caramel Almond Sorghum Porridge by Strength & Sunshine

This recipe would need a revamp for those with nut sensitivities but for those looking for a sweeter oat free porridge, this recipe from Rebecca at Strength & Sunshine could tick your boxes.

Strength & Sunshine oat free sorghum porridge

Do you have any oat free porridge recipes you’d like to see added here or favourite porridge recipes you’d like to see me adapt for you? Let me know in the comments below!

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