Easy Porridge Loaf

This is one of the easiest loaves you will ever make!

It has 5 ingredients and does not lack in the taste department porridge Loafeither!

Porridge loaf is low in fat and really healthy too. It makes a great breakfast as it’s wholesome and filling.

This loaf is so easy the kids can get involved using a large yoghurt tub to measure out the porridge – no scales needed.

If you’re a fan of fruit loaf, you will love this. When it’s cooked the porridge is hidden and the loaf itself is so moist.

Have fun, get messy!



  • 1 large tub natural yoghurt (use fat-free if you wish)
  • 2 tubs of fruit porridge
  • 1 tablespoon cinnamon
  • a handful chopped walnuts (optional)
  • a handful sultanas (optional)


Preheat the oven to 180°c /  gas mark 4.

Pour all the yoghurt into a mixing bowl.

Refill the yoghurt tub with fruit porridge and add to the bowl, and repeat.

Add a handful of chopped walnuts and a handful of sultanas.

Throw in the cinnamon and mix well.

Line a loaf tin with grease proof paper and pour in your mixture.

Bake for 50 minutes.

When cooled, serve with a smear of butter and jam and a nice cup of tea!


13 thoughts on “Easy Porridge Loaf

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  2. Hi. Just wondering what fruits are in the porridge. Have plain porridge & don’t want to buy the fruit porridge especially for this. Thanks

    • Hi .. the thing is if you use plain porridge it ends up very stodgy and doesn’t really work for some reason.. i would use the fruit porridge or luxury fruit porridge.. you can get it in lidl or aldi….
      thank you for your comment.. and let me know how you get on with it

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    • hi Jane… you would have to check with your sw consultant to get your exact syns.. it is low in syn value not using extra nuts and rasins.. but i would hate to give you the wrong syns as im not a consultant myself.. Just an ambassador for healthy eating for all the family x thank you so much for taking the time to comment

    • I have never tried it that way myself Donna… it could be a bit dense in texture.. but give it a try and let me know how it goes for you x thanks for taking the time to comment x

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