Pukkolla with tropical fruit

pukkolla with tropical fruit

Serves 12

  • 8 large handfuls porridge oats

  • 2 large handfuls ground bran

  • 1 handful desiccated coconut

  • 5 cm piece fresh ginger, grated

  • 5 handfuls each of any dried fruit (banana, apricots, pineapple, mango, papaya and kiwi)

  • 1½-2 litres milk

  • 500 g natural yoghurt

  • bananas, sliced, to serve

  • seedless red grapes, halved, to serve

  • lime zest, to serve

Mix everything together, except the sliced banana, the grapes and the lime zest.



Cover with cling film and put in the fridge to soak and swell overnight. Serve topped with the sliced banana, grapes and the grated lime.

Nutritional Information

Pukkolla with tropical fruit

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Mix everything together, except the sliced banana, the grapes and the lime zest.

Cover with cling film and put in the fridge to soak and swell overnight. Serve topped with the sliced banana, grapes and the grated lime.

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Nutritional Information Amount per serving:
  • Calories 242 12%
  • Carbs 35.5g 15%
  • Sugar 25.2g 28%
  • Fat 6.3g 9%
  • Saturates 3.7g 19%
  • Protein 8.2g 18%
Of an adult woman's guideline daily amount

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