This Farro recipe with cinnamon and apples is made with delicious fruits and berries, and cooked until everything is warmed through. You can top your farro with quinoa crunch, any nuts, maple syrup or honey.
Even though I like it warm, you can easily serve it cold with almond milk. It’s a great breakfast bowl that isn’t only healthy, but also delicious. I especially like cooking it on cold autumn mornings.
You can change the ingredients to suit your taste by using nuts that you like more and experiment with fruits and berries. I recommend trying almonds, pistachios, pears and pineapples. Add any dry fruit that you have at home, such as mangoes, apricots, raisins. Try this mixture once and you won’t make your regular oatmeal again. It’s also perfect if you have children.
Quick and easy Farro breakfast recipe
This delicious bowl is a great twist on a traditional oat bowl. It's packed with nutrients and can become your next favorite recipe for breakfast. Experiment with toppings to satisfy your cravings.
- 125 ml farro
- 315 ml water
- 4 ml salt
- 1 apple chopped
- 15 ml coconut oil
- 4 ml cinnamon
- 60 ml cranberries
- 60 ml chopped hazelnuts
- 125 ml Greek yogurt
- 45 ml honey
Take a saucepan and add farro, salt and water. Let it boil, then lower the heat. Simmer the mixture for 40 minutes. Discharge excess water, put on a kitchen table for 10 minutes.
Take a skillet over a medium heat, add apples and coconut oil and sauté everything for about 5 minutes. Apples should become soft and a little golden. Add cinnamon and combine everything together. Add nuts and berries and toss together. Every piece of an apple should be covered in oil. Wait until everything becomes warm.
Scoop one portion in a bowl, top with apples and yogurt and drizzle with honey or any sweet sauce you have at home. Serve immediately.