Paleo Porridge

Serves: 1

Happy Thursday! I hope you are having a great week! I am happy to tell you that it looks like things are finally back to normal on my computer! I don’t know what, how or why, but after a few clicks of some buttons yesterday morning things started working again! I was amazed, but soooo thrilled and thankful to not have to deal with that headache for a 5th day!

Today’s recipe is another one of those single serve, quick recipes that I make very often! It is very simple and very versatile! You can bulk it up to make it a full meal or simply enjoy it as a snack! Either way, it makes the perfect, warm meal on these cold mornings! It also is a great replacement for those who aren’t eating grains but are craving that morning oatmeal! I hope you enjoy! :)

Fit Ingredients

  • 3 large egg whites
  • 2 tbs (14g) coconut flour
  • 2 tbs (13g) ground flax
  • 1/2 c coconut milk (carton – or milk of choice)
  • mix ins of choice! (fruit, nuts, seeds, pumpkin, dried fruit, nut butters, etc! You can even go savory and add in ground turkey, salsa, avocado!)


1. In a microwave safe bowl add your 3 egg whites.

2. Add in your flax and coconut flour.

3. Top off with your milk.

4. Mix well.

5. Microwave on high for 2-3 minutes depending on your microwave*

*be sure to watch this so that it does not explode all over your microwave! You may need to stop it every 45 seconds or so and give it a quick mix.

6. Remove from the microwave and mix vigorously until well combined. It should resembled a thick bowl of creamy oatmeal.

7. Mix in your desired flavors or toppings.

Some of my favorite combinations are: topping with cherries and almonds, mixing in pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice, going tropical with some pineapple and shredded coconut topped with coconut manna or taking it in the savory direction with ground turkey, salsa and avocado! The possibilities are endless! P.S – it’s also great with kabocha squash mixed in and topped with sunflower seed butter! I’m just saying… ?

This one has white chia seeds and almond extract mixed in and then topped with some peach slices! It made the perfect afternoon snack!


Nutrition (for the entire recipe, not including any toppings)

Calories: 192.6, Protein: 16.0g, Carbs: 14.0g, Fat: 8.7g (4g Saturated), Sodium: 202mg, Fiber: 10g* (Net Carbs: 4g)

*YUP!! 10g of fiber!! Oh yeah baby! ?


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