Health nut Rachael Finch shares the recipe for her 'boosted porridge' breakfast - and it requires SIX ingredientsBy Mary Mrad For Dail
Health nut Rachael Finch shares the recipe for her ‘boosted porridge’ breakfast – and it requires SIX ingredients
Rachael Finch has revealed how she makes delicious winter oats with macadamia nut butter and collagen.
The 31-year-old model shared her ‘boosted porridge’ recipe to Instagram stories on Tuesday, explaining that it requires six ingredients.
‘Kids at school and daycare. Now time for my breaky. Boosted porridge straight from the Body by Rachael Finch app’ she wrote.
That’s delicious! Rachael Finch (pictured) shared her recipe for ‘boosted porridge’ on Tuesday
To make her porridge, Rachael explained you need is almond milk, almond butter, collagen, vanilla extract, salt, quinoa flakes and berries.
First, the former Miss Universe Australia whisked milk, nut butter, vanilla and salt in a small saucepan.
The mother-of-two then added the quinoa and stirred on a low-medium heat for five minutes until the porridge became creamy.
She served the meal with the remaining almond butter and added different berries on top.
Simple: To make her porridge, Rachael explained all you need is almond milk, almond butter, collagen, vanilla extract, salt, quinoa flakes and berries
How to make Rachael’s ‘boosted porridge’
– 1 cup Almond Milk
– 1 tbsp Almond Butter (or nut butter)
– 1 scoop of collagen
– 2 tsp Vanilla Extract
– Pinch Salt
– 1 cup Quinoa Flakes (or rolled oats)
1. Mix milk, 2 tsp nut butter, vanilla, and salt in a saucepan.
2. Add quinoa and stir over low-medium heat for around five minutes until porridge is creamy.
3. Serve porridge with berries and the remaining almond butter.
Rachael’s post comes after she revealed the very healthy lunch she packs for her six-year-old daughter, Violet.
She explained on Friday that she gives the youngster her ‘most substantial’ meal during recess at 11.30 am – and then a second helping of nutritious goodness for lunch.
Little Violet enjoys brown rice pasta, cauliflower, and a boiled egg for her first meal, and then a few hours later chows down on veggie sticks, tamari crackers and half of a raw chocolate doughnut.
Yummy! Rachael’s post comes after she revealed the very healthy lunch she packs for her six-year-old daughter, Violet
Healthy: The 31-year-old explained she gives the youngster her ‘most substantial’ meal during recess at 11.30 am – and then a second helping of nutritious goodness for lunch later on in the day
Rachael – who is dedicated to a clean diet and intense exercise regime – explained: ‘Just wanted to share what I packed for Violet for her food today.
‘For recess, which is her first meal, I’ve given her some brown rice pasta, cauliflower and a boiled egg.
She added: ‘Then for lunch, she’ll have a raw chocolate doughnut, some crackers, fruit and veggie sticks.’
Nutrients: Little Violet enjoys the likes of brown rice pasta, cauliflower, and a boiled egg for her first meal