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my spiced bait porridge absolutely loved it why I grew up with it there's something very Scottish about porridge is that kind of sort of great start to the day my father used to say porridge needs salt and so only it separates the men from the boys didn't really like it it was assisted sole puts hairs on it I used to sneak a couple of sugar lumps from cafes and put them in my porridge without and watching these days my porridge has much more flavor than just salt it's packed with fruit nuts and spices add vanilla seeds to porridge oats or oatmeal really important just to rub the vanilla through the oatmeal makes it nice and fragrant now a little teaspoon of cinnamon makes it spicier and then nutmeg already that smells incredible I quite like making this up week at a time and Jack absolutely loves it now whole almonds now if you don't like that kind of crunch running through the porridge you can chop these up or blend them to a powder but I quite like this little texture hazelnuts incredibly good they're really nice crunch keep your vanilla pod in there as well that just gives it even more lift and of course wants his bait just pull it out instead of sugar I'm adding sweetness with fruit fresh pears and raisins cranberries are great as well chopped apricots as well dried apricots in the side mango I love dried fruit next pour in a pint of milk and mix this can be done the night before left in the fridge and then cut them in before you got to bake it add your cream now into your dish it looks quite liquid but by the time it bakes has this really nice rich crust on top and then just a nice little nutmeg on top now bake at 180 for 30 to 35 minutes then take the porridge out sprinkle on Demerara sugar and grill to create a sweet golden crust a sort of glaze on top beautiful literally for three to four minutes look at that that makes me feel proud to be Scottish because it's perfect for a big comfort family breakfast is rich is sumptuous and it's just a humble oatmeal phenomenal especially in the winter my spiced baked porridge with all those nuts and fruit it's a bowl full of love to start the day