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Tvp Breakfast

Tvp Breakfast created by Miss Annie in Indy

This is another amazing stick-to-your-ribs kind of recipe.

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20mins
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  • Add all ingredients and bring to a boil over a low heat, stirring occasionally. Reduce heat and cover.
  • Depending on your preferences, you can reduce the heat to lower to a simmer for 5-10 more minutes or until the mush is very dense. You can cover and let sit for 5-10 minutes for a less thick, more chewy mush.
  • The recipe works well in a rice cooker, or overnight on low in a crock pot for hot cereal when you first wake up.
  • You may also put this into a pot overnight without cooking it, then heat it up on the stove or in the microwave.
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  1. Jasmin J.
    So excited to find a high protein version of porridge! I have sweetened with xylitol. I think this will be a new regular breakfast meal for me :)
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  2. Kitsune
    Tvp Breakfast Created by Kitsune
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  3. Kitsune
    This was a nice change from oatmeal. I mixed it up the night before and put it in the fridge. Microwaved it on high for 2 1/2 minutes the next morning. Very nice. I don't have fructose but it worked nicely with 1 Tbls brown sugar. I've made this a few times now and have mixed it up by adding unsweetened coconut, cocoa powder, dried fruit, or milk. Versatile and yummy.
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  4. PansiesForThoughts
    Made this but left out the sugar and put in some cocoa powder...YUMM! I'm making it again tonight.
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  5. Miss Annie in Indy
    I thought this was a wonderfully healthy breakfast and filling. I assembled this the night before to soak the tvp and oats and cooked for about 3 minutes in the microwave the next morning. I love the ease of this. I followed the ingredient list this time but for the future I would use splenda brown sugar for the fructose. I also liked that the molasses were not overpowering but helped to give the dish a nice color. I had no pecans so I used slivered alomonds ( only 3-4 almonds for my serving). While 3 tablespoons of pecans would be good, that added a lot of extra fat calories to this dish. (Not good if you're counting calories!) I do not think this recipe would make 5 servings for the average person. I got 2 servings out of this recipe. I will make this again because it's a wonderful way to get low calorie high protein in my diet. I had only used tvp as a replacement for hamburger in the past, it's nice to find another tasty way to use it. Thanks so much for posting this great recipe Budgiegirl.
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