Pearl’s PPP Porridge (E)

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Pearl's PPP Porridge (E)
This is "Pearl's PPP Porridge" that Pearl talked all about on Episode 182 of the "Poddy". You know... aka "Perfect Poop Porridge". But, if you don’t like that name you can just call it "Pearl Priscilla’s Porridge"! Pearl says that this stuff is amazing! So great for your bowels and your waistline. Be sure to see the Recipe Notes below for some great information about wild blueberries! Think of this recipe as a "colon beautifier" and start soothing your colon today with "Pearl's PPP Porridge"!
Pearl's PPP Porridge (E)
Print Recipe
This is "Pearl's PPP Porridge" that Pearl talked all about on Episode 182 of the "Poddy". You know... aka "Perfect Poop Porridge". But, if you don’t like that name you can just call it "Pearl Priscilla’s Porridge"! Pearl says that this stuff is amazing! So great for your bowels and your waistline. Be sure to see the Recipe Notes below for some great information about wild blueberries! Think of this recipe as a "colon beautifier" and start soothing your colon today with "Pearl's PPP Porridge"!
Servings
1Single-Serve Recipe
Servings
1Single-Serve Recipe
Ingredients
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Ingredients
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Instructions
  1. Place the frozen wild blueberries in a large bowl and set aside.
  2. In a small saucepan put the quick-cook steel cut oats, old fashioned rolled oats, whole husk psyllium husks, ground flax, stevia (plus more sweetener of choice, if you like things sweeter), mineral salt, and the water.
  3. Bring to a quick boil then turn down a little to let boil vigorously for another 5 minutes, stirring several times.
  4. Take off the heat and stir well with a fork for about 30 seconds (it will look goopy but don’t worry that will go away).
  5. Pour the cooked mixture over the bowl of frozen wild blueberries, cover the bowl and let sit for about 15 minutes so that it will set into a cobbler type breakfast before eating.
Recipe Notes

"Pearl's PPP Porridge" was featured on the Trim Healthy Podcast Episode 182!

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Exciting Facts About "Wild" Blueberries:

The benefits of wild blueberries are just incredible. Regular, cultivated blueberries are very healthy but in comparison, they only offer a fraction of wild blueberries' power. Here is a short list of benefits:

  • Twice the antioxidants of regular blueberries.
  • More potent brain fuel power.
  • Powerful prebiotics to help support your gut.
  • More natural ability to detox heavy metals and other poisons.
  • Cancer preventing and fighting substances (they also fight other diseases).
  • 30% less sugars than regular blueberries so easier on your glucose levels.
  • A more intense, sweet and tangy taste than regular blueberries

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NSI - No Special Ingredients

DF - Dairy Free