This is a sponsored post for Potter’s Porridge (Gluten-free, sugar free, preservative free). After trying this delicious porridge, I reached out to them asking if I could promote their product and host a giveaway. All opinions about the product are my own. Recipe included with option using your own ingredients if you can’t find Potter’s Porridge in your area.
I recently discovered this fabulous, gluten-free porridge called Potter’s Porridge from The Bread Brothers. Thanks to a good neighbor who was giving Potter’s Porridge for her neighbor gifts at Christmas (thank you, Cindy!), Potter’s Porridge is a regular in our house. Gluten-free, high in protein, fiber, and iron- those things are all excellent of course and it’s absolutely delicious. But the best thing about Potter’s Porridge is…
For every single porridge purchase that you make, The Bread Brothers donates the equivalent amount to a local food bank. How awesome is that?! The Bread Brothers’ “buy one give one” mantra makes it easy to buy and feel good about the purchase, over and above the fact that the porridge is so good for you.
First, read this little excerpt from Ben and Bert about how The Bread Brothers got started and what their mission really is-
As is the case with many men when they reach a certain age and find themselves contemplating the meaning of life, Ben and Bert both experienced mid-life crises. “I really wanted to work on more meaningful projects,” Bert said. “I was working for big corporate America and felt like I was stuck in a velvet-lined rut. I was comfortable, but going nowhere, working for the man, not feeling like I was making much difference in the world. I wanted more.”
So, when you buy a Bread Brother’s product, you’re not only feeding your family healthy food, you’re also helping to provide healthy food to people in your own community. Look for the Buy One, Give One symbol on all our products. It’s a powerful idea with powerful ramifications.
About the porridge-
Made with whole seeds and gluten free grains, no sugar, no preservatives, Potter’s Porridge is super filling as well as delicious. Each package contains 6 servings but I’m able to get even more out of it when I make the porridge in my Instant Pot. The Bread Brothers give instructions for making it in a rice cooker or on the stove, which takes about 35 minutes. For 4 servings made in your Instant Pot or other stove top pressure cooker, do the following-
Place 2/3 cup porridge with 2 cups water in the pressure cooker (I first place 1 teaspoon coconut oil in the pot to prevent any sticking, but if you skip this step, it’s still easy to spoon out of the pot). Cook on High for 15 minutes and then do a quick release. This method makes 4 servings of about 1/2 cup each. Then I top it with fruit, milk of choice and a drizzle of honey.
About the giveaway- (Update- Giveaway has ended but you can purchase Potter’s Porridge @ https.potterboy.com)
So, how can you win some Potter’s Porridge for yourself? You can either leave a comment on this post, that counts as one vote. And you can also win by going to my Instagram account @gooddinnermom and find the post with the porridge featured and follow the instructions there (which are to follow me on Instagram as well as Bread Brothers Unlimited, and place a comment on the post tagging a friend.) One vote here on my blog, but you can enter as many times as you like on Instagram. The giveaway will close on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 7am, MDT.
Oh and the porridge isn’t just good eaten as shown here. I’ll be sharing a quick bread recipe that I think you’re going to love here very soon as well! Good luck and happy winning! I wish you all could win, but you all can buy the porridge and support this great cause to help feed others in need.
Porridge in the Instant Pot
For the porridge or oatmeal:
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- ⅔ cup porridge or steel cut oats
- 2 cups water
Finish with toppings of choice:
- fresh raspberries, strawberries, or blueberries
- honey, agave, or brown sugar to taste
- chopped nuts
- milk of choice
- Place 1 teaspoon coconut oil or butter into Instant Pot or other stovetop pressure cooker. Add ⅔ cup porridge or steel cut oats. Add 2 cups water and give a quick stir.
- Seal Instant Pot, set cook time on manual to 15 minutes on High. After pressure has been reached and cook time ends, do a quick release. Remove lid only when you can freely turn it and then stir oats again. Porridge will continue to thicken as it sits.
- Divide cooked porridge into individual bowls and serve with desired fruits, nuts, sweetener, and milk. Get creative and add any fruit, or granola, if desired.
- Other delicious toppings include chia seeds, sunflower or pumpkin seeds, dried barberries or raisins.
- If you can't find Potter's Porridge and want to duplicate the ingredients as close as possible in this recipe, combine 1/2 cup each of steel cut oats, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and quinoa. Place in an air-tight container and scoop our 2/3 cup to place in your Instant Pot when making this recipe.
- Nutrition values are shown without toppings. Use whatever toppings you like or none at all.
- Any cooked porridge that's leftover can be refrigerated for one day and reheated to enjoy again the next morning.