Do You Love Lazy Sundays? Have A Delicious Breakfast This Sunday Without Needing To Get Up Early

I like preparing something exceptionally delicious each Sunday. But sometimes I run out of ideas.

This Sunday I decided that I should have a little bit more rest and not rush into the kitchen. Instead I decided to serve our favourite breakfast – porridge, but adding a yummy twist – baked fruit.

Try this very easy to make breakfast and yet very very yummy combination of porridge and baked fruit with seasoning, honey and nuts:

Porridge with Baked FruitPorridge with baked pears&apples

Ingredients (for 4 servings):

  • 2-3 pears

  • 2 apples

  • 1tsp cinnamon

  • 3-4tbsp honey

  • nuts, chopped – almonds, walnuts (optional)

  • porridge


  1. Cut the fruit in pieces or slice them in half and scoop the seeds and put them in a baking tray

  2. Sprinkle cinnamon and pour honey over them

  3. Bake in the oven at 180°C for 25minutes

  4. Prepare the porridge by following the packet instructions

  5. Serve by topping each bowl of porridge with baked fruit and nuts (if using)

You can use your favourite fruit as well (peaches, apricots, etc.). And add any seasoning you like with your fruit.

You can serve the baked fruit with yoghurt for a healthier and lighter breakfast.


  1. Tina

    Hi Ellie.

    This breakfast seems like like a healthy dessert with sweetened apples and pears. Your recipe gives me an idea to incorporate baked fruits in my hot oatmeal. We don’t call it “porridge” here in USA.

    But nevertheless, it’s a good breakfast and easy to make without a lot of fuss.

    1. Ellie

      Hi Tina. Thank you for your comments. I agree that you can use baked fruit both for your desserts, or make the breakfast really yummy.

      This recipe is very easy to prepare and yet very delicious.

      All the bestbfrom me,


  2. G.C.Horton

    I’m a big fan of oatmeal and I love baked apples. Your delicious breakfast recipe is he best of both worlds. Yum!

    Is oatmeal the same thing as porridge? If not, I’m sure your simple recipe can easily be adapted. Unprocessed, whole grain cereals are so healthy.

    Ellie, thanks for sharing all your goodness!

    1. Ellie

      Thank you for the nice words and encouragement.

      Yes, porridge is the same as oatmeal 🙂

      I hope you have a great day. Cheers


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