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It's December and we have officially entered the coziest month of the year. This is the season of glistening lights, gratitude, Mariah Carrey and of course - food. As with all our Christmas content we firstly want to acknowledge that this season can also be perceived as tough, lonely and cold to many. The constant presence of food can be challenging for people with a history of eating disorders, the emphasize on family can highlight loneliness and the focus on gifts can cause anxiousness in those experiencing economic stress. We understand and we have felt it ourselves at points in our life. That is hy we wish to remind you that we are just a DM away <3


That being said, we now want to share our SOOTHE version of the traditional swedish dish called "Tomntegröt" (Santa's Porrige). It's filled with good fibers, healthy fats, protein, vitamins and antioxidants. And it feels like a warm hug from within.


2 dl of fibre oats

2 organic eggs

4 dl of water

A pinch of cardamom

A pinch of cinnamon

A pinch of himalayan salt


Your choice of milk

Pre-heated frozen lingon berries

Manuka Honey

OPTIONAL: Peanut butter for extra protein and fats

  1. Mix fibre oats, water, cardamom, cinnamon and salt in a pot. Bring it to a simmer and stir while you cook it on low-medium heat. Remove from the heat once it has thickened into a porrige and let it cool for a minute.

  2. Meanwhile, mix your pre-heated lingon berries with a generous dollop of Manuka honey. Set aside.

  3. Once the porrige has cooled down a little bit, add the eggs and mix thourouly.

  4. Put the stove on low heat and continue to stir until the eggs have blended seamlessly with the rest of the oatmeal. The result will be a super creamy and thick consistency.

  5. Top it off with some warm, frothed milk and lingon berry "jam". If you feel like you need an extra boost of protein and fats you can add a spoonful of peanut butter.

  6. Best served in the company of lit candles and and Christmas tunes.


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